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The Relaxed Way to Tension

Apr 05 2006 Read 2652 Times

The EasyDyne Tensiometer from Kruss GmbH is intended for portable use. Its low weight and extreme robustness, the possibility of operation by rechargeable batteries and its computer independence make it the ideal instrument for quality assurance in the lab or in the field. During its development Kruss concentrated on providing simple operation without making any concessions to the technical requirements. The sample table, which can be moved manually or motor-driven, allows samples to be changed rapidly; this is also made easier by the large illuminated sample chamber. During the measurement the built-in microprocessor controls the positioning of the sample automatically and precisely.

The firmware provides all the usual mechanical methods for measuring surface and interfacial tension; a useful tool for measuring the density rounds off the program. The semi-automatic operation and programmable procedures reduce both the measuring time and the necessary familiarization time to a minimum. Common correction methods for ring measurements and standardized statistical estimation of the accuracy are included; the result is shown on the easy-to-read display and can be stored in the memory if required. The automatic storage of measuring parameters and calibration data additionally results in considerable savings in time.

Whenever measuring problems have to be solved quickly and flexibly, both in the lab and on-site, EasyDyne is your reliable partner.

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