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The automatic Kjeldahl analyzer UDK 169 colorimetric titrator guarantees accuracy, precision, and a long lifetime.
With a limit of detection (LOD) of 0.015 mgN and a limit of quantification (LOQ) of 0.04 mgN, UDK 169 is perfect even for challenging analyses with samples containing a low amount of Nitrogen.
The system relies on a colorimetric measurement of a chemical reaction with automatic endpoint detection.
VELP colorimetric titrator benefits:
The UDK 169 allows to constantly monitor the titration with the real-time graph displayed on the instruments.
The UDK 169 is provided with the most complete set of safety features to ensure maximum operator safety. Sensors monitor tube in place, safety doors, reagent levels, cooling water flow-rate and more.
The VELP Patented Steam Generator guarantees safe working conditions working without pressure:
The bright 7" color touch screen and easy-to-use software guide the operator step-by-step.
The optional barcode technology simplifies distillation data management and results calculation.
The UDK 169 software can be upgraded with the optional 21 CFR Part 11 Package for Pharmaceutical, Cosmetic and Food industry laboratories that require compliance with FDA regulation.
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