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​Model                         Max            Readability             Repeatability          Moist. Read.     Pan size      

PMR 50/1                     50 g            0,0001 g                +/-0,24%-0,04%          0,0001 %            90 mm 

PMR 50                        50 g            0,001 g                  +/-0,24%-0,04%          0,001 %              90 mm

PMR 210                    210 g            0,001 g                  +/-0,24%-0,04%          0,001 %              90 mm 
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The PMR Moisture analyzer determines the moisture content in various materials, by heating the sample, and weighing it simultaneously.

Sample specific heat sources are available to help improve accuracy, and accelerate heating.

The PMR is equipped with a new readable LCD display,
providing an extra text line for information such as supplementary
messages and data, e.g. product name or tare value. 

The PMR analyzer, uses respective pictograms, showing the currently activated mode, computer connection and functions.

Various interfaces are available:
RS232 
USB type A 
USB type B 
Wifi (Android App available)
The moisture analyzer is housed in a durable plastic casing.
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Direct access to information:
Access the functions and databases directly,
using the keyboard soft keys.

Database – access to databases
Function – access to basic functions
F1 and F2 – programmable function keys and
menu navigation keys
Reports – access to database of drying process reports
Profile – access to parameters settings
Sample – access to products database

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With a clear understanding of loss of drying principles, and the appropriate equipment for the sample type, loss on drying results can be as accurate as Karl Fischer Results

GRINDING THE SAMPLE- The larger the particle size, the more difficult it becomes for moisture to diffuse, and the greater the risk of carbonization, as the outside generally heats quicker than the inside. 
It has been noted that during grinding, especially with hygroscopic materials, moisture and volatile loss can occur. In most applications the amount of miscellaneous loss through sample grinding can be accounted for, by weighing the sample before and after grinding, and wiping any residue from the grinder with glass fiber pads, then incorporating the glass fiber pads in to the test. Glass fiber pads are also recommended to help prevent surface burn, as well as to eliminate the effects of sample color on heat absorption.

AUTOMATIC SETTINGS- While most moisture balances have automatic default settings programmed initially, when dealing with sample types that are subject to carbonization, and/or loss of volatiles, while heating, we recommend comparing results obtained at lower temperatures for longer time frames (105 c for two hours is a good place to start), to results obtained with the automatic setting. Compare the results as well as the characteristics of the sample, ie... color, etc... 

Moisture balances, often referred to as Infra-Red, or Thermogravimetric Moisture Analyzers, heat and weigh the sample simultaneously, eliminating accuracy errors resulting from transporting oven samples to a weighing station. They automatically detect the endpoint, by shutting off when the rate of drying changes beyond pre-programmed parameters. 

If the automatic setting results in a carbonized sample, or notably different moisture results, revert to the lower temperature protocol, and gradually raise the temperature and decrease the time on the tests, as much as you can, without altering the end result. It often helps to plot the time and percent moisture and visualize the drying curve Below are examples of drying curves showing the characteristics of carbonization, volatile burn off, and temperature resistant samples. Many moisture balances allow for programming the drying process in steps, so that the drying parameters can be optimized for the samples characteristics at different stages.  
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