CSC Scientific News
Posted by Art Gatenby on Sep 20, 2022 3:54:49 PM
Posted by Art Gatenby on Sep 20, 2022 3:25:56 PM
CSC Scientific has manufactured the Bostwick Consistometer for more than 50 years and has seen legions of beat-up, misshapen and mangled devices. CSC devised and now offers an add-on to the Bostwick called the "Abuse Protection Option" which terminates a lion's share of damage caused from mistreatment by operators.
Posted by Art Gatenby on Jun 3, 2013 12:55:00 PM
CSC Scientific has been a resource for solving moisture determination problems for more than five decades. In addition to answering direct inquiries, the company regularly publishes information about many aspects of the subject moisture testing, including Moisture Content and Water Activity.
Posted by Art Gatenby on Jun 3, 2013 12:53:00 PM
CSC Scientific produces the CSC Digital Moisture Balance, renowned for its abilities to work in touch environments. To supplement the Digital, CSC is now offering the Praxis Moisture Balance for moderate requirements.
Posted by Art Gatenby on Mar 28, 2013 12:52:00 PM
CSC Scientific produces the Digital Moisture Balance, known by many as the world's most durable instrument for precise measurement of moisture. CSC has released a new version, powered by an almost indestructible balance engine, further toughening the Digital Moisture Balance.
CSC Scientific, a developer and manufacturer of measuring instruments, announces a new sieve test analysis system. The new system, named the CSC Sieve Analyzer, reduces the time to calculate the results of a sieve test and simplifies the process.
CSC has released a new video which describes the background, application and operation of a Karl Fischer Evaporator/Oven. The Evaporator/Oven is an accessory used to drive the moisture out of difficult materials and transport it to the Karl Fischer Titrator for determination of total moisture content.
Posted by Art Gatenby on Jan 18, 2012 1:13:00 PM
CSC Scientific Company, a manufacturer of surface tension measuring equipment announces a project for the trade-in of discontinued Fisher Tensiomat Tensiometers.
Posted by Art Gatenby on Oct 17, 2011 4:12:00 PM