Oil Evaporator utilizes azeotropic distillation.
August 16, 2012 -
With heating range of ambient to 200°C, AQUACOUNTER EV-2000L completely separates water from sample matrices, eliminating any side reactions with interfering substances. Carrier gas is N2 gas or dry air and flow is 30-300 mL/min with inlet pressure at 0.8 MPa or less. Measuring 220 x 340 x 265 mm, evaporator uses molecular sieve dessicant and has aluminum block heater. System is useful for determining moisture in difficult samples such as heavy oils, grease, and peanut butter.
AQUACOUNTER® EV-2000L Oil Evaporator
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JM Science, Inc.
355 Lang Blvd.
Grand Island, NY, 14072-0250
Press release date: August 11, 2012
JM Science newest oil evaporator, the AQUACOUNTER EV-2000L utilizes azeotropic distillation and completely separates water from sample matrices, thus eliminating any side reactions with interfering substances. The oil evaporator is especially useful for determining moisture in difficult samples such as heavy oils, grease, peanut butter, etc.
The CE approved EV-2000L can be used with the AQUACOUNTER Karl Fischer titrators, or any other manufacturer's titrators. The heating range is from ambient temperature to 200°C. Carrier gas is N2 gas or dry air and flow is 30-300mL/min with inlet pressure at 0.8 MPa or less. The dessicant used is a molecular sieve and the unit has an aluminum block heater. Sample volume is approximately 10ml or less. Height and weight is 220 (W) x 340 (D) x 265 (H) mm and about 7 kg. A wide variety of sampling devices are also available.
For more information contact us at 1-800-495-1678 or visit us at www.jmscience.com