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Thermoreactor, COD Analysis - NACECO 16

Thermoreactor, COD Analysis - NACECO 16

Product Details:

  • Supply Ability : 5-10 Piece piece Per Month

Price And Quantity

  • 1 Piece
  • 5000 INR

Trade Information

  • 5-10 Piece piece Per Month
  • 6-8 Week

Product Description

16-position thermoreactor for Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) with settable temperature (up to 160 °C) and operating time (up to 199 minutes).

Accurate Operation

  • Electronic temperature control
  • Temperature regulation from ambient to 200 °C
  • Analysis time can be set from 1 to 199 minutes or continuous

Large Sample Numbers

  • Processes up to 14 x Ø 16 mm ml test tubes
  • Plus 2 x Ø 22 mm test tubes simultaneously
  • LCD countdown display shows the temperature and remaining time

Reduced Running Cost

  • COD analysis in only 30 minutes at 160 °C
  • 16 mm diameter tubes minimize reagent consumption

Safety in Use

  • Automatic shut-down at run end
  • Acoustic signals, e.g., at shut-down
  • Antisplash cover protects the user
Construction material: Epoxy painted metal structure
Holes number and diameter: 14 pos. (Ø 16 mm) and 2 pos. (Ø 22 mm)
Set temperature: display visualization
Countdown: display visualization
End of the cycle: acoustic signal with automatic switch-off
Power: 550 W
Weight: 3,8 Kg (8.4 Ib)
Dimensions (WxHxD): 168x110x269 mm (6.4x4.3x10.6 in)

Selectable working temperatures: from room temperature to 160 °C, resolution 1 °C
Selectable working times: from 0 to 199 minutes or continuous operation

Temperature stability: ± 0.5 °C
Temperature homogeneity: ± 0.5 °C
Temperature precision: ± 1 °C
Over temperature safety

Reaching of set temperature: visual signal
Countdown: visual signal
End of cycle acoustic and visual signal
Probe interruption: acoustic and visual signal
Broken probe: acoustic and visual signal
Exceed temperature range: acoustic and visual signal



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