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   Densometry / Pore Size       Densometers are used for measuring porosity, air-permeability, or air resistance of sheet-like or bulk materials such as paper, woven cloth, porous plastics, nonwoven textiles, filtration media, and membranes. Densometers measure by determining the time required to drive or flow a fixed, known volume of air through a sample. Some densometers or densometry instruments also provide smoothness and softness indications through permeation measurements. Nuclear densometers are used to measure porosity, density, and moisture content in soil, asphalt, concrete and pavement field applications. 
   Porosimetry / Pore Volume       Porosimeters measure the pore volume and distribution in a bulk material. They use either liquid intrusion into pores or liquid extrusion from pores to measure pore volume. Porometers or bubble point testers determine the point at which pressure can overcome capillary action in a porous material. 
   Pore Distribution       Pore distribution is the frequency with which pores occur in a sample.  
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configurations.  
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   Adhesives / Coatings       Devices test substances that coat, fasten, bond, or seal materials. Adhesives that bond and seal are called adhesive sealants. Coatings are thin layers of protective or decorative compounds that are bonded to the surface of a substrate by a variety of methods. Wetting and surface energy are key properties in the processing and function of coatings, adhesives, and sealants. 
   Asphalt / Pavement       Devices are designed to evaluate the properties of asphalt or other types of pavement materials. 
   Building & Construction Materials       Devices are designed to evaluate building and construction materials such as metal, plastic, rubber, asphalt, concrete, cement, mortar, adhesives, sealants, rock or aggregate, soil, wood , textiles, and foam. 
   Ceramics / Glass       Ceramics consist of oxides, carbides, nitrides, carbon, and other non-metals with high melting points. Ceramics are suitable for applications requiring wear resistance, refractoriness, low electrical resistivity, or other specialized characteristics. 
   Chemicals       Devices test liquid, gas, powders, or solid substances that have a distinct molecular composition and are produced by a chemical process. 
   Concrete / Cement       Devices are designed to evaluate the properties or workability of concrete, mortar, or cement products. Concrete is a mixture of Portland cement, water, and aggregate. Mortar contains these same ingredients along with hydrated lime and sand to facilitate workability and decrease working time. 
   Food / Drugs       Devices are designed to test food, drugs, drug additives, food additives, beverages, pharmaceutical materials, active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), or food ingredients for properties such as contamination, flow, texture, stability, melting point, freezing point, foamability, dissolution, or water absorption. 
   Geological (Rock, Strata, etc.)       Devices are designed to test or perform geophysical analysis on geological materials such as rock, stone, soil, strata, etc. Such test equipment is used to provide tests in the field, core or extract specimens (sampling), or provide laboratory analysis on samples (cores, specimens) taken from the field. 
   Metals       Devices are designed to test metals or alloys with two or more metallic elements. As a category, metals include electropositive elements that are generally good conductors of heat and electricity, and that can be melted or fused, hammered into thin sheets, or drawn into wires. 
   Packaging Materials       Devices are designed to test packaging materials, which include films, tapes, bags, and containers of plastic, elastomer, glass, or foam compositions. 
   Polymers (Plastics, Elastomers)       Devices are designed to test polymers, plastics, and elastomers. Polymers are organic, synthetic, or processed materials typically consist of thermoplastic or thermosetting resins. Plastic testers or test equipment tests any of various organic compounds produced by polymerization. These materials can be molded, cast, or extruded into various shapes and films. Rubbers and elastomers are polymers that exhibit very high elasticity and resilience compared to plastic polymeric materials.  
   Porous Materials (Filters, Foam, etc.)       Devices test foam, filters, filtration media, and other porous materials. 
   Powders / Granular Materials       Powders and granular materials are finely divided forms of metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, minerals, or other raw materials. 
   Pulp / Paper       Paper is made of cellulose pulp and derived mainly from wood. 
   Rock / Aggregate       Devices can be used to evaluate rock, stone, crushed ore, or aggregate in the field, or to test a sample removed from the field. Minerals and ores are raw materials that are crushed, milled, extracted, refined and/or processed to produce finished products such as glass, fillers, reinforcements, cement, metals and ceramics. 
   Soil       Soil, the top layer of the earth's surface, consists of rock and mineral particles mixed with organic matter. 
   Textiles       Devices are designed to test woven or non-woven textiles, cloth, or other fiber-based materials. 
   Wood / Wood Product       Devices are designed to test the properties of wood or wood products such as timber, lumber, plywood, engineered wood products, particle board, wood flour, and other wood-based materials. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary media. 
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   Analog Meter       Data is displayed with an analog meter or simple visual indicator. 
   Computer Interface / Networkable       The instrument can be connected to a network or personal computer for the transfer of data or test control. 
   Digital Readout       Device uses numerical or application-specific displays. 
   Graphic / Video Display       The data is presented in video form with a cathode ray tube (CRT), liquid crystal display (LCD), or other multi-line form. 
   Handheld / Field       Handheld or portable devices are used in field applications to test soil, construction materials, and pavement.  
   Laboratory / Batch       Devices are benchtop, table-based, or floor-mounted gages or instruments where a part is both manually loaded and measured. The tester, instrument, or test equipment is a larger, free-standing or floor-mounted unit. 
   Process Line Mounted (Continuous)       Sensors, instruments or monitors are mounted within or on a process line, piece of equipment, or machine tool in a production environment to allow continuous monitoring and control of specific materials or media properties. 
   SPC Software / Capability       Instruments have integral or optional SPC software or analysis capability. 
   Other       Other unlisted display option types. 
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