Automatic Densitymeter

The Rudolph DDM 2911 PLUS / 2911 / 2910 / 2909 Density Meters have the features to meet the needs of today's industries.

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Digital Refractometer

Rudolph have a large bouquet of various models of Refractometers to choose from. It varies depending on the application, the RI range, accuracy, budget among others.

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Digital Polarimeters

Rudolph manufactures various models of Polarimeters depending on accuracy, resolution, application, Temperature maintenance and budget. They vary from Autopol I to Autopol VI

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AUTOPOL VII Automatic Polarimeter

Rudolph’s latest in the series of Polarimeter - Autpol VII comes with fully automated sample loading combined with versatile sample loading, cell cleaning, rinsing, and drying built-In quartz plates automatically performing 3 point validation etc. comes as a total package.

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Portable Brix Meter

KEM, Japan Brixmeter model BX-1 is an automatic, digital system with an LCD display. The range is continuous between 0 – 85%Brix. The resolution is 0.1%Brix. This system is equipped with temperature compensation and has an IP-65 protection. This means that the system can be washed under the tap directly for cleaning the previous sample.

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Portable DensityMeter

The KEM, Japan portable Densitymeter model DA-130N is a microprocessor controlled system with an LCD display. It operates out of the ASTM approved "oscillation of the U-tube" method. It displays Density, Temperature-compensated Density, Specific Gravity, Temperature-compensated Specific Gravity, Brix%, Alcohol Concentration, Sulfuric Acid Concentration, API degree, Baume degree, Plato degree, Proof degree etc.

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Portable Refractometer

KEM, Japan portable Refractometer model RA130 is a light-weight, easy-to-use and a handy system. It is a microprocessor controlled instrument with an LCD display. The sample can either be dripped on the prism or the prism of the system can also be dipped into the sample beaker to measure RI. Since the system is IP-65 protected the system can be directly immersed into the sample beaker also.

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Texture Analyser

Shimadzu Texture Analyser is ideal and effective for testing Food (Texture Profile Analysis), Pharmaceutical Substances, Packaging materials, Medical Devices etc.. It can be fixed with a variety of jigs and fixtures. For the Food Industries many parameters including Hardness, Brittleness, Adhesiveness, Cohesiveness, Elasticity, Rubberness, Chewability etc. can be obtained from the user friendly software Trapezium X Texture

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UTM

Shimadzu Universal Testing Machine helps you to determine Tensile strength , Shear Test , Elongation Test for various materials which includes metals , plastics , rubber , wires etc .

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Contact Angle Meter

Kyowa Contact Angle Meter can perform Sessile Drop Method, Extension/Contraction method, Surface / Interfacial tension of liquids with Pendant drop method, Sliding Method & Dynamic Sliding Method. Model DMe-701 is the most automatic model and even stage movement and Droplet deposition are controlled through the PC. Right from the basest of models right upto Model DMe-701 are available depending on the application, capabilities, budget etc..

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Surface Tensiometer

Surface Tensiometers are widely used to check Surface Tension of Paints , Inks , Additives , Surfactant etc & same instrument is also used for the measurement of IFT - INTERFACIAL TENSION. The Interfacial Tension is mostly used in the study of quality of Transformer Oil.

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Information

The soil-pH influences the availability of minerals for the plant. Each plant has a certain pH at which it is optimally grown and produced. The pH analysis is the most common parameter carried out on soil samples. Specialized laboratories analyze the soil and provide farmers with the required information. Based on the analysis results, the best method can be selected to improve the soil quality resulting in increased crop quantities and cost reduction.

Steps of Automation
  • Addition of extraction solution
  • Samples stirring
  • Automatic probe calibration
  • Probe rinsing
  • Measurement op pH
  • Result calculation

The Robotic Analyzer can be configured for measurement of soil-pH in water extracts as well as in KCl, CaCl2 or other extracts. The procedure includes the automatic calibration of the probe and addition of water, KCl or CaCl2 solution for extraction. Depending on the prescribed procedure, the samples are left to settle for a pre-defined time and / or stirred before the measurement continues. A multiple probe configuration is available to increase sample throughput.

After weighing the samples are placed in a rack. The racks are transferred to the analyzer. The analyzer adds extraction solution and stirs all the samples. Between each operation the analyzer rinses the probe. After a pre-defined settling period the samples are again stirred. The pH value of each sample is measured. The measured values of each sample is calculated and stored.

The SP10 and SP50 provide an economical solution for small sample loads. The SP100 and SP1000 models can be configured with up to four probes for larger sample batches. Parameters, such as conductivity (EC), can be added.

Comparison Skalar
soil analyzers
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SP10
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SP50
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SP1000
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SP100
Sample capacity

128 bottles

(50 ml)

216 bottles

(50 ml)

360 bottles

(50 ml)

528 bottles

(50 ml)

Probes 1 Up to 2 Up to 8 Up to 8
Multiple parameters analysis Yes Yes Yes Yes
Barcode reader Option Option Option Option

 

 

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Steps of Automation
  • Bottle de-capping (option)
  • Sample mixing
  • DO and temperature measurement
  • Sample draining to beaker an titration vessel
  • EC/Turbidity/Color measurement
  • pH measurement
  • Titration
  • Alkalinity calculation

The Skalar Robotic Analyzers can handle the automation of these paramet ers combined into one system for sequential or simultaneous analysis. Custom-made configurations are available to meet the requirements of any laboratory. This includes the choice of various applications, the running sequence and the integration of a variety of sample racks and sample beakers. For instance, when the system is configured for the analysis of drinking water, pH, EC, Alkalinity and Turbidity, it can be user-defined whether the applications are required to run parallel or sequentially. The system also allows the selection of the analysis performed on each individual sample.

Depending on the application, calibration of the instrumentation can be performed automatically to ensure an accurate performance. Quality control checks and standards can be placed in between samples and probes can be re-calibrated automatically.

This flexible design of the Robotic Analyzers allows combinations of various applications like Alkalinity, Dissolved oxygen, Conductivity, Color, pH, Hardness, Turbidity, Titrations, Ion Selective Electrode (ISE) in one economical system.

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analyzers
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SP10
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SP50
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SP1000
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SP100
Sample capacity 32 bottles (2x16) 54 bottles (3x18)

90 bottles (5x18)

120 bottles (6x20)

Probes 1 Up to 2 Up to 4 Up to 5
Auto capping/decapping - - Dual Single
Sample pipetting station Option Option Option Option
Multiple parameters analysis Yes Yes Yes Yes
Barcode reader Option Option Option Option

 

 

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Chemical Oxygen Demand

Skalar's robotic analyzers can be configured to automate COD according to the classical method ISO 6060 or to the small scale sealed tube method ISO 15705 and EPA 410.4.

1. COD according to ISO 6060

Steps of Automation
  • Sample preparation
  • Sample digestion
  • Flushing reflux condensers
  • Sample homogenization
  • Sample titration
  • Burette tip/stirrer between each measuremen
  • Calculation of COD value

COD analysis is commonly used to determine the amount of organic pollutants found in surface water and waste water. The COD value is a useful indicator for measuring the water quality.

All Skalar Robotic Analyzers can provide the automation for COD (according to ISO 6060/ EPA 410.1). This procedure includes a two-hour digestion with sulfuric acid, an oxidizing agent and a catalyst. After refluxing, the samples are cooled and are automatically titrated with iron-ammonium-sulfate to determine the excess of oxidizing agent.

SP5000 Automatic digestion system

altThe system is used for digestion during COD analysis (according to ISO 6060). It consists of a lift system, cooler rack, digestion block, tube rack and a controller with display. The controller sets the temperature and time for the heating and also takes care of all lift movements and the placing of the cooler rack. The samples are boiled for exactly 2 hours under reflux. The process runs completely automatically after the tube rack is loaded by the operator into the system. And after the digestion the tube rack is set ready to be rinsed.

 

Comparison Skalar COD
Analyzers (ISO 6060)
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SP100
Sample capacity 40 tubes (2x20) 60 tubes(3x20) 40 tubes (2x20)
Extendable to 120
Probes Up to 2 Up to 5 Up to 5
Sample pipetting station Option Option Option
 Titrator Up to 2 Up to 5 Up to 5
Barcode reader Option Option Option

2. COD according to ISO 15705

Steps of Automation
  • Pipetting of the sample (option)
  • Sample pick up
  • Sample positioning in heating reactor
  • Sample heating for two hours at 150˚C
  • Sample transfer to cool down rack
  • Sample mixing
  • Measurement COD concentration

Typical analysis sequence for the small scale sealed tube method (st-COD), according to ISO 15705 and EPA 410.4, starts with pipetting either manually or automatically (option) the homogeneous sample into the reaction tubes. Tubes are placed in the sample racks and transferred to the analyzer. The analyzer picks-up the tubes, mixes them and automatically positioned them in the reactor where they are heated for two hours at 150 C. The analyzer keeps track of the reaction time. When the reaction is completed the analyzer places the tubes in a sample rack to cool down to 60 C, after which they are mixed whilst still being altwarm. When the samples are cooled down to ambient temperature they will be measured with a photometric detector at the required wavelength. The concentration is shown in the result screen of the software and the data can be transported to the LIMS system.

The analyzers can be used with commercial available or self-made COD reaction tubes and is compatible with several photometers. Skalar's SP10COD Robotic Analyzer (or for more capacity the SP50/SP1000) has been designed for the cost-effective automation of st-COD analysis

 

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Analyzers (ISO 15705)
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SP1000
Sample capacity 96 COD tubes 160 COD tubes 224 COD tubes
Barcode reader Yes Yes Yes

 

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Overview

Skalar's extensive range of Robotic Analyzers offers the routine analytical laboratories flexible and tailor-made automation solutions. Automation is available for e.g. BOD, COD, pH, Conductivity (EC), Alkalinity, Carbonate/Bicarbonate, Turbidity, Color, Ion Selective Electrodes (ISE) applications and Clay fraction analysis etc.. Combinations of analyses or custom-made applications are possible. All applied methods are in compliance with international regulations ISO, EPA, Standard Methods and DIN etc.

The Robotic line consists of four different models:

  • SP10 (small sized batches)
  • SP50 (Medium sized batches)
  • SP1000 (Large sized batches)
  • SP100 (Large sized batches)

Every model has their specific advantages, but all providing hands-free, walk-away automation. Each Robot has a different capacity, from small to large sample batches and from small to large sample volumes.

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The design of the Robotic Analyzers allows the instruments to meet your exact requirements resulting in increased productivity and accuracy of results, while reducing the sample turn-around time, costs per sample and eliminating errors and operator/sample interaction.

The analyzers are equipped as standard with a probe and stirrer and optionally the analyzer can be extended with dispenser(s) and diluent pump(s). Some models have multiple probe(s) and automatic bottle (de)-capper possibilities. Various removable sample racks are available for both standard and customized sample containers. A range of detectors (up to 6) can be connected to the analyzer for multiple analyses either sequential or simultaneous depending on application and analyzer model. Standard commercially available meters and probes are used.

Optionally the system can be configured as a pipetting station that can dilute the original sample to different sized vials, which can be offered to different instruments for analysis.

The analyzers are supplied with software for data handling and instrument control. The versatility and flexibility of the analyzers and the software allows an easy integration into any laboratory environment.

    • Food
 
    • Soil
 
    • Plant
 
    • Grains
 
    • Solid Waste
 
    • Industrial control
 
    • Process control
 
    • Sludges
 
  • Sediments and many more

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  • Instruments from World- renowned manufacturers
  • Efficient after-sales service
  • Wide range of Instruments to choose from
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