ARIZONA INSTRUMENT LLC: Moisture/Solids Analyzer

November 17, 2008
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Arizona Instrument has announced the release of the newest addition to its line of moisture and solids analyzers, the Computrac® MAX® 4000. The Computrac MAX 4000 builds on the successes of its predecessor, the Computrac Max 2000, with a more user-friendly interface and a slew of additional features designed to offer the end user faster throughput, greater control of testing conditions, and more comprehensive test data.

The Computrac MAX 4000 features a full-color screen that displays separate graphs for rate of moisture evolution and total moisture evolution. It also features a full ten-digit alpha-numeric keypad for entering sample information.

The MAX 4000 facilitates faster throughput via a forced air cooling system that allows the instrument to cool from test temperature to idle temperature 25% faster than previous models. The MAX 4000 also features a Temperature Ramp Rate Control option that allows the user to control the rate at which the instrument heats from idle to test temperature. There are also a number of new options for test ending criteria that offer the user greater flexibility and control.

The MAX 4000 features a web server option that allows test results to be downloaded and test parameters to be uploaded via a local intranet. Using the new USB port, test results can also be captured directly from an instrument using an external flash memory device. The USB port can also interface directly with a barcode reader, a printer or a nitrogen control module.

For more information, visit www.azic.com.

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