Freezing Point Osmometer
Single-Sample Osmometer Superior Accuracy and Reliability in Two Minutes
Single-Sample Osmometer uses the industry-preferred freezing-point method for an accurate determination of total concentration. With on-board sample identification, broad measurement range and optimal sample size requirement, provides precise results in a wide variety of laboratory applications in just 2 minutes. The Intel microprocessor optimises on-board data management capability and promotes seamless instrument operation.
Other features such as simple push-button design, multi-language capability, statistical analysis, and automated calibration make the the single-sample osmometer of choice in laboratories around the world.
Combines advanced features with simplified operation - a low maintenance, high quality laboratory instrument.
Versatile instrument that provides a wide measurement range and accurate results for a variety of clinical and industrial laboratory applications.
uses the preferred freezing-point method, which optimises the accuracy and reliability of results.
Wide Measurement Range
An expanded measurement range of 0 to 2000/4000 mOsm/kg H2O offers ideal versatility.
Optimal Sample Size
Get the greatest precision in a variety of applications with a 0.2ml to 0.25ml sample volume.
Ease Of Use
Microprocessor control makes operation simple. Even occasional calibration requires no user adjustment; just follow the instrument's prompts.
A frost-free cooling chamber eliminates most routine maintenance.
Flexible Reporting Options
offers a full range of data handling capabilities with an on-board printer and connects easily to an external printer, computer, and barcode scanner. Instrument memory provides electronic storage and retrieval of up to 30 test results.
Osmometry, a measurement of osmolality by the freezing point method, is an important diagnostic method used in a broad range of clinical applications not currently available by any other means.
For example, osmometry is critical in improving patient care by its direct measurement of body fluid osmolality, thus providing clinical information not available by any other means. Clinicians can make more timely diagnoses and institute more appropriate patient care which can translate to decreased health care costs of the institution.
Freezing-point depression osmometry is capable of measuring all osmotically active solutes within the range of 0-4000 mOsmol/kg H2O, including volatile substances, making it the most sensitive and accurate technology available.
Practical Applications for:
Internal Medicine/ Endocrinology