Ceramic Industry

Quantachrome Instruments: Water Sorption Measurement

May 4, 2001
The latest innovation in porous materials characterization from Quantachrome Instruments is the Hydrosorb¿ 1000.

Water sorption measurement has traditionally been slow, laborious, costly and limited to extremely small quantities of material. The latest innovation in porous materials characterization from Quantachrome Instruments, the Hydrosorb¿ 1000, overcomes these limitations. The unit offers fully automated rapid measurement of adsorption and desorption water isotherms, including BET surface area calculations. Sample temperature is thermostatted in the range 12-47°C, and accurate water dosing is made possible by using a heated (100°C), unique manifold design. The fully integrated control system provides color real-time status, graphic data review and reporting functions via built-in color monitor and printer port.

For additional information, call (561) 731-4999 or visit http://www.quantachrome.com.