R20,700 excl vat from
- City: Kemptonpark, Johannesburg
- Country: South Africa
- Listed: August 15, 2019 7:30 am
- Expires: 193 days, 13 hours
PMB Moisture Analysers for sale 2019 – South Africa:
PMB 202 R20,700 excl vat.
PMB 53 R21,700 excl vat.
NEW scales only. These are the 2 Halogen Moisture Analyzer Balances we have for sale. Also called Moisture Drying Balances, since the scale operates on a loss-on-drying method, the moisture content is calculated on weight loss as the sample is dried by heat generated from halogen infrared light.
Prices confirmed August 2019.
R20,700 excl vat PMB202 Moisture Analyzer balance :
Capacity = 200g Readability=0.01g /0.05%
R21,700 excl vat PMB53 Moisture Analyzer scale :
Capacity = 50g Readability=0.001g /0.01%
Pan Size diameter = 90mm
Shipping weight: 8.1kg Dimensions: 48 x 38 x 30cm.
|- 3 settings for heating sample fast ramp up, step and standard|
|- Automatic test start setting for when the lid is closed|
|- Built-in memories for storing products and settings|
|- Calibration facilities for temperature and weight|
|- Capacity tracker|
|- Colour coded, sealed keypad|
|- Date and time|
|- Full range tare|
|- GLP print outs|
|- Large backlit display with dual text prompts|
|- Large stainless steel pan|
|- Mains Power Cord|
|- Multilingual display|
|- Non-slip adjustable leveling feet|
|- Overload protection|
|- Pan lifter to easily remove samples|
|- Quick and easy to configure through the keypad|
|- RS-232 and USB interface|
|- Security bracket|
|- Spirit Level|
|- Splashproof to protect from accidental spills|
|- Zero adjust facility to enable zero reading|
|- Zero Tracking|
|- Security locking slot for Kensington™ type lock and cable (Lock down mounting slot)|
– Moisture determination
Accessories for the PMB53 and PMB202 – 2019
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No.700100046 Security Lock and Cable
No.600002028 AdamDU – Data Collection Program
No.3074010266 RS-232 to PC Cable
No.3074010267 USB Cable
No.301208188 In-use Cover
No.1070010636 Temperature Calibration Kit
No.700100014 F1 50g Calibration Weight for PMB 53
No.700100012 F1 200g Calibration Weight for PMB 202
Address to Collect/View our Laboratory Equipment: Weighing devices and scales.
Corner of Megawatt Road And Megawatt Road,
Spartan ext. 22
Technical support available on the premises.
(Click for Info, map and directions – Page will open in new tab/window). – Collection address for scales.
Please contact us for all the paperwork and to confirm stock.
Email – scales@CateringEquipment4All.co.za or give us a call:
Office – Samantha (066)098-6249
Johan Welgemoed (083)571-2699
International +27 83 571-2699 sms/text/voice (from some countries when phoning to South Africa you might get an engage tone, although it is actually ringing, so just give it another few seconds to ring before hanging up).
Below is just for the sake of interest…
1) First to mind is the moisture analysis of food, but lets see the impact on how glass is made from sand(Silica):
Things changed since 1,500 BC when the Egyptians made glass bottles. It is changing even today when you think of this very basic product catering for all industries.
Old process for Determining Moisture Content: Exactly 2 kg of the sand was pulverized and placed inside a drying cabinet for 2 hours at a temperature of 110 degree Centigrade. After 2 hours the sample was removed from the cabinet and weighed. Repeat this sand weighing/drying process until there is no change in the weight between sessions. The different in weight was determined and presented as a percentage.
NEW process for Determining Moisture Content of sand: Bringing glass manufacturing into the 21st century with the PMB53 balance. Only 5 minutes to analyse the moisture content in sand. Place a 5g to 10g sand sample into the heating chamber and apply heat at 120 degree Centigrade. The PMB’s halogen lamp evaporates moisture and calculates the amount of moisture weight loss to get the moisture content. After testing several batches, it is easy to monitor and control the amount of sand going into the production of each batch of glass.
Keep in mind that 100 tons of sand make 5 tons of glass. This is a huge timesaver.
2) Then onto food, here is some actual test examples of moisture content:
|MATERIAL||SAMPLE MASS(g)||DRYING TEMPERATURE.(ºC)||INTERVAL TIME(s)||AVERAGE MOISTURE CONTENT||DRYING TIME(min)|