Why choose a Karl Fischer volumetric titrator? The volumetric method is ideal when working with samples containing higher levels of moisture (generally over 1% or 2%), and also when samples may contain ketones and or aldehydes.
In a volumetric system the reagents will be either a composite or a titrant. The reagent is introduced into the titration vessel by way of a piston burette where a precise amount of dosed reagent travels through tubing and out of a titration nozzle. The amount of composite or titrant delivered is based upon the amount of detected moisture found in the sample.
Models available: MKV-710B, MKV-710S, MKV-710M
A word about Volumetric reagents, titrants, and solvents:
"Composites" are referred to as one-component where as "Titrants" are referred to as two-component. What exactly does that mean?
Whether your new or just need a refresher here is a quick discussion we know you will find helpful.