Labfit Carbon & Sulphur Analyser The Labfit Carbon and Sulphur analyser is designed to determine Carbon and Sulphur in minerals and organic materials. The Labfit Carbon and Sulphur Analyser uses a vertical resistance furnace that significantly simplifies the design and makes automation much more reliable. The vertical furnace provides and “airgap” around the combustion crucible inside the combustion chamber. This method of heating prevents any unwanted thermal shocks from cold combustion boats as used in other instrumentation. More even heating and advanced thermal insulation further reduces power consumption to less than 15 amperes at temperature.
Theory of Operation The CS1232 Carbon Sulfur Analyzer Principle is a non-dispersive, infrared, PC controlled instrument designed to measure the Carbon and Sulfur content in wide variety of organic materials including, Coal, Coke, Oil, as well as some inorganic materials including, Soil, Mineral Ores, Cement and Limestone to name a few.
Why Measure Suspended Solids? The measurement of suspended solids or total suspended solids is to quantify the quality of various aqueous treatment processes and for testing of wastewater quality. The level of suspended solids in water and wastewater effect the quality of water and how it can be used. It is important in some industrial processes to accurately measure the suspended solids for determining the effectiveness of the control process being employed.
Titration is a commonly used laboratory technique of quantitative analysis used for determining the concentration of the desired substance in a solution. In a acid-base titration, the titrant (solution with known concentration) is added to the analyte (solution with unknown concentration) whose concentration is yet to be determined.