Water content or moisture content or moisture content is how much mass of water is present in a substance such as soil (called soil moisture), stone, ceramics, natural products, wood, cheese, unrefined ingredients of commercial plastics, powders, etc. The Mettler Moisture Balances activity uses the rule to estimate the moisture content of the material using the Unfortunate Drying (LOD) criterion. This is one of the most reliable techniques available to determine moisture content. of dust
What is the working principle of Mettler fluid balances?
Moisture content is usually reported as an average weight of the “wet” item tested (e.g. wet starter) and cannot exceed 100%. At the start of the cycle, the wet core sample is looked at. The test is then dried and weighed. more than once until the weight of the sample shows no weight fluctuation. The weight of the sample after completion of the drying system and the weight of the sample before drying are compared and a specified or relative total moisture content (percentage) is obtained for the first sample weight. It is essential to heat the body sufficiently so that the material can provide moisture/heat/water without consumption.
Therefore, a maximum heating temperature should be set on the thermometers to account for the current resistance of the sample material. The actual drying time will depend on the moisture/moisture content of the sample and the amount of sample tested.
Mettler moisture balances are designed to turn the most popular method of moisture determination into an essential and useful material, combining a drying chamber, micrometers and a state-of-the-art mechanical processor with exclusive programming.
How does a moisture analyzer work?
The Moisture Analyzer performs a moisture check using the “false dehydration” (LOD) strategy. This is the most well-known moisture search strategy.
The sample is weighed using a moisture analysis scale with moisture expelled. This is achieved by continuously recording the charge while the sample is heated and dried with an incandescent lamp or other infrared emitter.
By the time the example fails, the variance between the two loads is estimated, which is used to calculate the moisture content. This is also known as the gravimetric canteen index.
Why is it used for moisture analysis?
A moisture analyzer is essential because moisture research is essential in many companies. For example, measuring the moisture content is very important in food, pharmaceutical, material and agricultural companies. This is because it affects quality control measures such as weight, useful life, estimation and quality.
For example, higher humidity levels will reduce the value of products and shorten the actual use time due to a higher chance of microbial action. Most items have an ideal moisture content for larger items, and many regulations and guidelines exist to determine the correct moisture content for specific controlled items. For example, there are general dietary guidelines that specify the highest reasonable moisture content for specific foods.
Thus, moisture testing is critical to the consistency of these guidelines and the creation of a high-quality item. The best moisture testing strategy is to use a moisture analyzer.
Accurate moisture analyzer
At Precise, our Moisture Analyzer employs the finest Swiss precision in movement and design.
Our smaller, more powerful XM 330 Series models offer fully programmable moisture verification, providing fast, error-free, high-quality moisture verification with the most accurate measurement performance and accuracy.
Precise is the leading manufacturer of scientific thermogravimetric estimators, and from the section level XM50 model to the top of the line EM-120HR, we offer a range of moisture analyzers that are cost effective and meet the most demanding requirements. Construction and quality control.
Best practices for using moisture analyzers
Here are some tips to ensure accurate results when using a moisture analyzer:
- Position the analyzer accurately. Make sure the device is away from electrical currents.