Whether you’re making syringes or turkey basters, pacemakers or milk jugs, maintaining the correct moisture content in your resins is essential to your production process.
Join us February 9-11 in Anaheim, CA at Plastec West / MD&M West, booth 3920, and see why our instruments are considered the leaders in moisture analysis for the medical device industry.
Register Here with the Source Code ‘JOINUS’ to take advantage of complimentary expo admission.
Why Choose Computrac®?
For high value resins, there is no better option for moisture testing. With as little as a .25 gram sample, the Computrac® Vapor Pro® delivers moisture specific readings that correlate well with Karl Fischer without using hazardous chemical reagents or fragile glassware. It requires very little upkeep and is significantly easier to operate than traditional testing methods, which increases the reproducibility of results. Overall, the Vapor Pro helps you reduce defects and minimize waste while improving product output. The Vapor Pro is also backed by ASTM method D7191: Standard Test Method for Determination of Moisture in Plastics by Relative Humidity Sensor.
We take great pride in our instruments and would love to speak with you further. If you currently use Karl Fischer titration to test for moisture in your high value resins, visit our booth (3920) at Plastec West / MD&M West to see how Computrac® can help you.
- Computrac® Vapor Pro® – Chemical Free Karl Fischer Alternative
- With a sample size as low as 0.25 grams for very low moisture plastics, the Vapor Pro is ideal for measuring moisture in the high value resins often used in medical devices.
- Computrac® MAX® 4000XL – Loss on Drying
- Improve your ability to monitor and adjust processes and ensure quality products while minimizing waste, energy requirements and man hours.
- Computrac® MAX® 5000XL – Loss on Ignition
- With a maximum temperature of 600°C and a maximum sample size of 100 grams, the MAX 5000XL has the ability to perform a wide range of material testing tasks, making it the ideal alternative to expensive thermogravimetric analyzers.