Kruss USA Force Tensiometer K100

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Force Tensiometer - K100 - Kruss USA
Matthews, NC, United States
Force Tensiometer K100
Our universal Force Tensiometer – K100 performs high-precision, automatic and reliable measurements of surface tension and interfacial tension, critical micelle concentration CMC and contact angle on solids, fibers and powders. With high-quality components and a uniquely wide range of methods, the instrument carries out many tasks in the field of surfactant analysis and wetting measurement for your quality assurance or research. The simple changeover between different measuring methods takes place entirely without reconfiguring the instrument. High-quality components for precise measurements The principal measuring methods used by the K100 are based on the precise measurement of the force which occurs when wetting a measuring probe or a solid sample. We use a special force sensor with a particularly high resolution for the instrument in order to obtain reliable, accurate measurements, for example for determining surface and interfacial tension or contact angle. To ensure accurate measuring results, we use measuring probes such as rings and plates with highly accurate contours. This guarantees an exact correlation between measured force and the surface or interfacial tension. The software-controllabl e sample stage moves in a wide speed range and communicates its exact position to the software with a resolution of 0.1 μm. This adds to the accuracy of results where position control is essential, e.g. for Du Noüy ring or contact angle measurements. The option of saving standard positions supports you in preparing the analyses. An integral, automatic stirring function ensures optimum homogenization of dispersions before measuring or rapid equalization of concentration or temperature. The ionizer inside the sample chamber ensures reliable contact angle measurements on solid samples and single fibers. The ionizer automatically removes the troublesome effect of static charge before the measurement is carried out. Otherwise, this could falsify the result in the form of an additional force. As an addition to software control, the easy-to-use keypad for controlling the sample stage and other components such as the illumination or the stirrer, saves even more time. Thanks to the large sample chamber, the sample is loaded quickly, conveniently and safely into the instrument. Magnetically locking glass swing doors shield the sample chamber from troublesome air currents. Tasks and applications Determination of the effectiveness and efficiency of surfactants by CMC measurement Wetting behavior of tablets, pharmaceutical active ingredients and excipients Wetting of varnishes and paints Decomposition product content in oils Tank clearance and cleaning validation in the foodstuffs industry Wetting and adhesion of coatings Development of cosmetic products Wetting properties of inks Wetting of fiber bundles and textiles Sedimentation and ductility of dispersions Checking of surface modifications Measuring methods and options Surface tension and interfacial tension using the ring, plate and rod method Surface tension and interfacial tension using the ring tear-off method, for example for measurements in accordance with ASTM D‑971 Critical micelle concentration (CMC) of surfactants Contact angle and surface free energy of solids, powders or fiber bundles Density of liquids and solids Sedimentation behavior of dispersions Penetration resistance of sediments Measurement from -15 to 300 °C, temperature measurement with internal or external sensor
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  Kruss USA
Product Category Property Testing Equipment
Product Number K100
Product Name Force Tensiometer
Methods, Technology & Standards Force
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