The Chloridemeter CM20 provides quick and exact determination of the chloride ion concentration in liquid micro samples with a minimum volume of 10 µl.
Modern chloride titrators measure the amount of chloride directly in a sample and are based on the principle of coulometric titration by using an end point which is determined by measuring the current between two silver electrodes.
To meet the current and future need for chloride determination, a cutting-edge digital instrument has been developed by GONOTEC: The Chloridmeter CM20.
The instrument has an easy, intuitive user interface with a modern touch screen and multi-language prompts, which lead the operator through the entire measurement process.
The instrument is factory calibrated so that manual calibration by lab personnel is not required. It can be equipped with an integrated printer and the results are sent in document-ready format or a PC for data transfer can be connected via USB or RS232.
The measurement principle is based on coulometric impulse titration as an absolute measurement method. Through automated sample recognition, the measurement proceeds fully automatically after the sample is inserted without the need for manual confirmation by the user.
The end of the titration is determined by the measurement electrodes, which permanently determine the conductivity of the solution. This allows the CM20 chloride meter to be operated quickly and easily without the need for many years of experience in the classic chloride determination method. If the chloride ion concentration is very low, it is possible to raise the concentration using the standard solution.
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