V30S Compact Volumetric KF Titrator
One Click® Water Determination The KF Specialist
The Karl Fischer Specialist titrator is the flexible and powerful instrument for fast and precise water determination in any industry for samples containing water content between 100 ppm and 100%.
|Short description||V30S – The KF Specialist|
|Automatic burette recognition||yes|
|Number of predefined Mettler methods||11|
|Number of user methods||max. 150|
|Task list (number of tasks)||10|
|Languages||English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Russian, Polish, Korean|
|Drying oven option||DO308 (manual) or InMotion KF (automatic)|
- Color touchscreen with One Click user interface
- User specific homescreen with shortcuts for direct access to all routine tasks
- User interface in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Russian, Polish, Korean and Portuguese
- Task list for queuing different tasks and direct access
- Intelligent burettes with RFID chip saving relevant data
- Connectivity to LabX® Titration PC software via USB or direct ethernet (TCP/IP)
- Common USB printers or the USB-P25 compact printer for secure and GLP-compliant recording
- Homogenizer TTL I/O control
Solvent Control monitors three different parameters and replaces the solvent when necessary with just One Click, or even automatically. The Solvent Manager also empties, fills or replaces the solvent when required, ensuring the titration cell is kept in a good condition.
Automated Karl Fischer Titration
With the ability to perform 26 samples at a time on a 25 centimeter platform the InMotion KF will greatly improve lab operation.
All users have their own homescreen with shortcuts for a One Click start of any task. Users can exclusively run their own shortcuts to perform routine tasks, but cannot accidentally change anything e.g. in the setup. In connection with LabX Titration Server PC software, the Dual operation mode offers full support of FDA 21 CFR part 11 regulations.
Flexible powerful methods
Samples that do not release water easily or that cause side reactions can be analyzed using a homogenizer or external extraction. Predefined methods that trigger the homogenizer or offer direct blank determination of the extracting solvent make these applications simple.