After more than 5 decades of innovation, the name of Anton Paar has been synonymous with quality and innovation in density measurement technology. We are now proud to bring you our latest innovation – the most accurate density meter yet.
Driven by our unique Pulsed Excitation Technology, the unit combines what was best from previous models with a new intuitive interface, updated hardware, and an even-smarter measuring algorithm to give 0.000001g/cm3 resolution and 0.000005 g/cm3 accuracy. This Iconic Density Meter is the best yet.
- Intuitive user interface with 30+ guided user workflows.
- Customised industry profiles with common methods available
- Improved operating system for faster operation and data transfer
- Built-in pressure and dew-point sensors for optimal system performance
- High-resolution, zoomable camera and enhanced Filling Check™ to ensure error free sampling
- The most accurate full-range Viscosity correction of any density meter
All three models in the range are characterised by a unique feature set to suit the needs of every industry, from chemicals and petroleum, to beverages and pharmaceuticals:
- DMA 4101: 4 decimal place measurement. High throughput for quality control, with ultra-fast measurement mode. 4 place results in 20 seconds.
- DMA 4501: 5 decimal place measurement. The “all-rounder” for high-accuracy measurements applied to a wide range of industries and samples
- DMA 5001: 6 decimal place measurement. Super-precise measurement mode for the ultimate performance in demanding, high-end R&D applications
The Next-Level Density Meter offers a range of solutions for multi-parameter analysis, and high-throughput automation options. With AP Connect software, data integrity and regulatory compliance is assured. Whatever your application we have the ideal solution.
The Next-Level Density Meter stands as an expression of quality and reliability.
LIVE DEMO – Launch webinar featuring a live product demonstration – The Next Level Density Meter
We invite you to join our product manager Steven Vincent who will discuss and demonstrate new Next-Level Density Meter.
Date: 17-06-2021, 11:00am-12:00pm (BST)