Modular Titrators For Your Titration Applications, and Compliance Needs
Excellence Titrators

Excellence Titrators

Modular Titrators For Potentiometric, Conductometric, Complexometric, and Karl Fischer Applications

 

Titrator exactly to your needs – Titration Excellence

Overview of the METTLER TOLEDO's Excellence Titration portfolio, find customized titrator exactly to your need:

 

The Ti...

Overview of the METTLER TOLEDO's Excellence Titration portfolio, find customized titrator exactly to your need:

 

The Titration Excellence line ensures you get your results easily and quickly. The Shortcuts, which can be set up specifically for each user, are extremely helpful. Whether you want to calibrate the titration electrodes, rinse the titration burettes or start the titration methods – you can define a Shortcut for any operation you like and store it on your Homescreen.

 

  • The T5 Excellence Titrator offers many advantages such as One Click Titration, Plug & Play sensor recognition and method database. The T5 titrator is the ideal entry-level model in this line and offers much more than a simple titrator.

  • The T7 Excellence Titrator offers many advantages such as One Click Titration, upgradabilty to a T9 titrator or solvent sontrol for KF solvent monitoring and automatic replacement.

  • The T9 Excellence Titrator offers many advantages such as One Click Titration, Plug & Play sensor recognition, parallel titration, conditions within titration method functions, result buffer or series sequence.

 
Excellence Titrator
Automated titration for a lab
LabX® titration software
Electrodes used during the titration process

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Additional Burette Drives (Optional)
Optional Extra Sensor Boards
Method Functions per Method
Parallel Titration
Upgradeability
Material No.: 30252672
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Additional Burette Drives (Optional)3 max. (1 for titration, 2 for dosing only)
Optional Extra Sensor BoardsNone
Method Functions per Method15 max.
Parallel TitrationNo
UpgradeabilityNo
Material No.: 30252675
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Additional Burette Drives (Optional)3 max.
Optional Extra Sensor Boards1 max.
Method Functions per Method60 max.
Parallel TitrationNo
UpgradeabilityYes, to T9
Material No.: 30252676
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Additional Burette Drives (Optional)7 max.
Optional Extra Sensor Boards2 max.
Method Functions per Method150 max.
Parallel TitrationYes
UpgradeabilityNo, highest model
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FAQ

What is a titrator?
A titrator, or automatic titrator or autotitrator, is an analytical instrument used to automatically quantify the...

What is a titrator?
A titrator, or automatic titrator or autotitrator, is an analytical instrument used to automatically quantify the amount of a chosen substance in a sample. Autotitrators are programmed to precisely add known amounts of a chemical (called the titrant) to exactly quantify the amount of an unknown chemical (the analyte) in a sample.
 
How does a titrator work?
A titrator does two key things: 1. Adds or "doses" very accurate small amounts of a chemical of known concentration to cause a chemical reaction, and then 2. Measures or "senses" exactly when the reaction ends, called the endpoint. These two functions can give highly accurate and repeatable quantification of a desired unknown chemical.
 
Why do people use titrators?
Automatic titrators greatly improve accuracy, speed and reproducibility of titration analyses vs. traditional manual titration, that is, where a human operator manually adds a chemical drop by drop and watches for a solution color change as the reaction endpoint.
 
Which industries use titrators?
Titrators are used in nearly every imaginable industry doing chemical analyses, including petroleum and plastics, foods and beverages, paper, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, cosmetics, electronics, automotive and aerospace, forensic labs, academia and more.
 
What is a semi-automatic titrator?
Semi-automatic titrators assist users with the two key titration functions, 1. Dosing a chemical very exactly via an automated burette and 2. Monitoring the endpoint via an electrochemical sensor. The user still controls the instrument's dosing until the endpoint, but the automated burette and sensor provide much better accuracy than fully manual operation. Easy EPM is a semi-automatic titrator.
 
What is an automatic titrator?
An automatic titrator or autotitrator performs a complete titration reaction without user assistance. A computer control loop and algorithm instruct an automated burette to keep dosing in small amounts until the reaction endpoint is sensed automatically. The computer then stops dosing and records the endpoint volume. Compact and Excellence Titrators are examples of fully automatic titrators.


 
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