Transformer Oil moisture content test set, Automatic Coulometric Karl Fischer Moisture Vibrator with Main unit, Amber color titration vessel, Teflon lid fitted with generator, Dual platinum sensor, Titration vessel, Magnetic stirrer, Suitable syringes, PC interface cable and 04 copies of operating manuals.
What does KF stand for?
KF stands for Karl Fischer (laboratory titrator)
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We have 11 other meanings of KF in our Acronym Attic
- Kamenori Earth Youth Summit (Japan)
- Keep Educating Yourself and Staff (various locations)
- Keep Empowering Yourself Successfully
- Keeping Every Youth in School (Corpus Christi, TX)
- Kingdom Education for Young Scholars (Virginia Beach, VA)
- Kingston Employment Youth Services (Canada)
- Kosciusko Endowment Youth Services (Warsaw, IN)
- Kontrola Ekologického Zemedelství (Czech: Control of Organic Farming; inspection and certification; est. 1999; Chrudim, Czech Republic)
- Kosovo Engagement Zone
- Kalman Filter
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Developed by YYY Third Avenue LLC, and designed by Karl Fischer with interior architects McCartan, The Nathaniel is located at 138 East Twelfth Street at the corner of Third Avenue.
technology to accurately measure moisture making it a green alternative to Karl Fischer titration.
the premier provider of laboratory automation solutions announces that the new Tix system will offer a fully automated robotic system for conducting Karl Fischer moisture assay.
DISPENSING STUDENTS Ahmed Abou-Shanab, Karl Fischer and Seetal Savania enjoyed an all-expenses paid trip to the 33rd BCLA clinical conference and exhibition in Manchester courtesy of Ciba Vision.
A compact instrument for Karl Fischer titration of difficult materials is now available from Metrohm.
This includes titration for total base and acid numbers, viscosity at dual temperatures (40[degrees] & 100[degrees] Celsius), Karl Fischer method for presence of water, lasernet fines for shape particles, and ferrographic analysis for determining types of wear as cutting, spalling, rubbing and normal wear.
This testing laboratory is now able to perform Karl Fischer titration to determine the water content of gases, liquids and solids, including polymers.