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Titrator Use The Operation Is Very Simple
Jul 20, 2017

The determination of the quality of the horticultural base, the control of bioplastics degradation under specific environmental conditions, or the detection and analysis of citric acid content in known soft drinks - the use of titration to detect the types of samples that are almost infinite and the most commonly used in titration Is the so-called Karl Fischer titration. It can be used for quantitative determination of water content in different matrices.

The basis of titration is the reaction of iodine with sulfur dioxide in water. Quantitative determination of water can be measured by capacity titration method can also be used between the two electrodes to determine the potentiometric titration. This example tells us that the use of the titrator is not fixed in a constant application area. From food production enterprises to pharmaceutical companies, until the routine inspection and analysis, usually to be efficient and reliable determination of material content can almost see its shadow.

As an example, we examine the salt content in food production as an example. In the future, all pre-packaged food packaging in the EU area must be marked with the amount of calories and six nutrients: fat, saturated fatty acids, carbohydrates, sugars, proteins and salts. In order to more quickly and easily prepare the test sample, the use of temperature titration method can be directly and accurately determine the sodium content of food.

The use of modern titrators is very simple, using a complete set of titration detection technology program, has a very transparent purchase price, and can provide very accurate detection and analysis results. It also through its own many unique technical features to facilitate the detection and analysis of the monitoring process to ensure compliance with safe operating procedures. And titration testing can also be applied in the production environment of mandatory regulatory products. This also gives the manufacturer a possibility in accordance with the European Pharmacopoeia, or in accordance with GXP technical specifications, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the US Food and Drug Administration FDA.

The various possibilities of the titrator are also required to accurately meet the requirements for use in a variety of different test samples. For this reason, many users have made such a request: a modular structure of the titrator.

Automated titration tests can be achieved with different attachments, such as sample disks; thus unattended titration analysis can be achieved. In addition to the actual detection, such an automated system can automatically complete some sample preparation tasks. One of the most important and important requirements for automation is the traceability of the test results and the ease of operation of the large amount of test data produced.

Therefore, the titrator often uses different operational control schemes to control. In addition to simplifying the operation of the touch screen, the titrator manufacturers also provide a large number of control software package: it to undertake the development of auxiliary detection methods and massive detection data processing.