As part of our line of moisture measurement instruments, we produce a Karl Fischer titrator, We call it the Aquapal. The heart of the Aquapal is a series sophisticated electronics. Its purpose is to measure small amounts of moisture.
When it’s new it looks like this:
Making the instruments easy to use is one of these objective. Another significant objective is to provide designs that will withstand tough operating environments.
One of our dealers, related a situation that made us feel that we have achieved some success with the second objective.
Here is what it looked like.
I think I might want it checked. —— How about you?
The fact is it was still running and meeting a tight moisture detection tolerance.
You might like to read the story —“The Ugly Aquapal That Could“.
I think we partially met the objective of operating in a tough environment. Do you think so?