Supplier: ASTM International
Description: A Rolling Bottle Device for Measuring the Flow of Liquids and Powders Volume 7, Issue 5 (September 1979) The apparatus described in this paper is a simple and inexpensive device that allows the rapid measurement of a wide range of properties of both liquids and powders by measuring their flow
Standards and Technical Documents - Coriolis Mass Flowmeters in Batching/Dosing/Bottle Filling Applications - ISA EXPO 2004
Description: Coriolis mass flowmeters are the most accurate of the industrial flow measurement technologies, and the only flowmeter that claims to measure true liquid mass flow directly. They are widely used in both continuous and batch processes. They are often used in batch processes as a less-expensive
Digital Thermometers - Digi-Sense Calibrated Wireless Digital Thermometer Set, bottle probe -- GO-37804-10Supplier: Cole-Parmer
Description: • Read up to three separate modules, 100 feet away, without any cables • Transmitting modules have a remote probe for the ability to measure air, liquid, or solids • • Monitors temperature continuously â€“ date is transmitted every 30 seconds &bull
- Fahrenheit Scale: -4 to 140 F
- Celsius Scale: -20 to 60 C
- Local Interface: Digital Front Panel
Chemical Additives and Agents - HANNA Instruments pH Electrode Cleaning Solution 0.46L (500 ML) -- HI7061LSupplier: Cannon Water Technology Inc.
Description: Clean the liquid junction of your electrodes once a day or at least once a week to prevent clogging and to maintain accuracy. Immerse the electrode in the proper cleaning solution for about 5 minutes. HANNA® offers a wide range of cleaning solutions, for general purpose and specific
Description: . These can be used not only for titration, but also for the automated addition of sample, standard and auxiliary solutions such as solubility promoters. Furthermore, you have all of the Liquid Handling commands at your disposal, which means that the aspiration of exhausted reagent and the addition
- Titration Method: Manual
- Titrant Adding Method: Volumetric
- Titration Indication Method: Voltametry
- Computer Interface: Yes
Supplier: Myron L Company
Description: ) or millisiemens (1000 microsiemens). KCI (potassium chloride) is a very stable salt and is an international calibration standard for conductivity measurement. pH Buffer Solutions 4, 7 and 10 are mold inhibited and accurate to within + 0.01 pH units @ 25°C. Myron L® Buffers are traceable to NIST
- Form: Liquids
Supplier: Fritsch GmbH - Milling and Sizing
Description: For representative sample division of solids and suspensions with a division accuracy of 99.9%. Areas of application Rotary Cone Sample Dividers form a symbiosis with high-precision analytical measurement instruments. They are used in every laboratory involved in research, development and process
- Equipment Type: Other
- Application / Material Processed: Abrasives / Ceramics, Chemicals / Fertilizers, Dry / Free Flowing Materials, Construction Materials / Cement, Food Processing / Grain, Lab / Pilot / Inspection, Metallurgical / Foundry, Mining / Ores / Minerals, Pharmaceutical / Cosmetics, Polymers, Wet / Bridging Materials
Cleaning Agents and Surface Treatments - Pro-Blend Bottle Proportioner for Gallon Bottles -- COM-308Supplier: Hesco, Inc.
Description: "Easy to operate, simply turn the top clockwise to raise or counter-clockwise to lower the regulator. Squeeze the bottle to the desired measurement and all excess liquid will flow back into the bottle. Open the safety cover and pour out the measured liquid. Eliminates the need for expensive
Supplier: Cleveland Bottle & Supply Co.
Description: Do you have a need to dispense a measured amount of liquid? Well, now you can with Cleveland Bottle & Supply Co.™ Twin Neck Bettix Bottlesï¿½. These unique bottles have a large section for your main liquid that you can squeeze into a smaller section for easy measurement
- Type: Bottle / Jar
- Materials: Plastic
- Volume Capacity: 0.1250 gallons
- Height: 7.7 inch
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Drip Tray / Liquid Measure Bottle Kit .
The appendix contains information on: liquid measures ; bottle sizes and capacities; casks and their contents; pronunciation guide.
Explosives Detection Using Magnetic and Nuclear Resonance Techniques
Furthermore the magnet must provide a large enough bore for measuring liquids in bottle -size containers.
Detection of Liquid Explosives and Flammable Agents in Connection with Terrorism
Due to the limited spectral range of transparency of some bottles, the spectral measurements of bottled liq- uids at the terahertz range above 1THz might be not informative in general case, when a material of the bottle is not known.
Hilbert spectroscopy based on the ac Josephson effect for liquid identification
A photo of one of the set-ups, used in the reflectance measurements of bottled liquids , is shown in figure 7.
Liquid identifier based on Hilbert spectroscopy: Concept and proof of principle
Schematic (above) and photo (below) of the experimental set-up for spectral reflectance measurements of bottled liquids .
Hilbert spectroscopy for security screening of liquids
A photo of one of the set-ups, used in reflectance measurements of bottled liquids , is shown in Fig.1.
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Reflection polychromatic spectra of various bottled liquids have been measured at the spectral range of 15–300 GHz with total scanning time down to 0.2 s and identification of liquids has been demonstrated. .
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The reflection spectra of different bottled liquids have been measured at several frequencies from 15-300 GHz. " .
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One customer requirement was to measure liquid level in bottle filling hoppers for a wide variety of products with viscosities ranging from perfume to cold cream.
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...SALOME was chosen to give an XRD signal having an equivalent number of photons to that which a 3rd Generation XDi instrument with a scan time per bag of a few seconds would measure from a liquid bottle of moderate volume considered...
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The count per minute (c.p.m.) of each scintillation bottle was measured by liquid scintillation counter and the final results were recorded as c.p.m./106 cells.
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3 methods of quality control are considered, namely, control by sampling; control by automatic check-weighing machines, and using measuring container bottles for liquids .