The Titration Excellence line offers many advantages such as One Click Titration™, Plug & Play and method database. The T50 is the ideal entry-level model for the Titration Excellence line and offers much more than a simple titrator:
Terminal with brilliant Touch Screen Expandable with dispensing burette drives Comprehensive communication connections Preconfigured system application packages
19 days ago
Can it be used for silver assay?
If yes how accurate in comparison with fire assay method?
a month ago
|Results of Blank Method to be use in other method calculation|
T50 - LabX 2014
I created a method to measure my blank and I would like to use this result in other methods calculation so I don`t have to do the blank all the time that I have to measure a sample for a different lot.
Could you help me how I can do it?
6 months ago
|Poor Accuracy |
We are using 0.1N Silver Nitrate to analyze Chloride. We run a daily system suit check with 0.1N NaCl as our "standard" to measure the system. Starting last week we began having issues with the readback running high at ~0.1015N but it was consistently doing this - %RSD with 3 replicates less than 0.5% RSD. We are now seeing the issue swing the other direction - readback is now closer to 0.098N Silver Nitrate but again it is consistently reading three replicates with low %RSD. There is a small amount of silver nitrate at the top of the burette indicating a small/slow leak because it was noted a while ago by another analyst while we were waiting for a PO to go through for a service visit. Is it finally to the point of not functioning due to a leak? But if so, why would it yield such consistent results? I would expect a leak to give results with more variance. (Also to note we tried a new silver electrode yesterday with the same results - granted it had been sitting in a box so that brings up another question of how long does a new electrode (or one that has been sitting) need to sit in the electrode solution before use and is there a lifetime in regards to the liquid inside the electrode and how often should it be replaced?)