New Density Meter Series: Simple. Reliable. Precise.
May 12 2022
Bellingham + Stanley is pleased to announce the arrival of the DSG Series Density Meters. Use of a density meter is commonplace throughout industry; from raw material testing to multiple instrument experiments within food, beverage, chemical, pharmaceutical and general industrial processes.
Comprised of two instruments with varying measurement accuracy, the DSG Series offers flexibility for your laboratory. The DSG40 has a density measurement accuracy to 4 decimal places, whilst the DSG50 offers a higher specification resolving to 5 decimal points (g/cm3). The versatility of the DSG Series is evident through its METHODS system, common throughout Bellingham + Stanley’s range of RFM refractometers and ADP Polarimeters. The METHODS system allows users to adapt to sample measurement with a collection of predetermined selections. DSG Series results can be expressed as Brix, % alcohol (w/w or v/v) as well as specific gravity (20/20 or 25/25) with the potential for even more application specific methods to be introduced over time.
The common design language used throughout Bellingham + Stanley’s high-quality engineering means that the DSG Series Density Meters not only sport a great touchscreen, but also fast networking abilities, USB functionality and more.
Users familiar with Bellingham + Stanley products will recognise how the simple, bright, 7” colour-coded touchscreen makes reading and configuration simple, even when wearing PPE gloves. Those new to the system will be blown away by the ease of use, whether that be during configuration or taking readings. For a more traditional method of operation and to aid accessibility, DSG Series Density Meters are fully operable with optional mouse and keyboard.
Peltier temperature control is used to ensure stablisation before analysis, whilst a powerful internal air pump, humidity sensor, and integrated desiccant means the DSG Series has no need for external devices for venting after cleaning, so your precious bench space isn’t taken up by needless peripherals.
Extensive reporting and security features within the instrument’s user-friendly menu ensures auditability and data integrity when choosing to incorporate the instrument into any laboratory operating in accordance with GLP or FDA regulation 21 CFR Part 11.
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