CAS-E - Charge Analyzing System

The CAS-E particle charge measurement system is especially designed for customers who would like to use their existing external titrator or prefer hand titration. 

With the help of the CAS-E, cationic / anionic and acid / base demands of aqueous charge systems can be determined.

Both, Streaming Potential (mV) and pH can be measured simultaneously, making it possible to easily determine isoelectric and flocculation points of a sample.

The CAS-E system comes with a connection for optional pH detector. This feature allows for the determination of the isoelectric point (IEP), but also the examination of the correlation between pH, Titrant Demand and Streaming Potential.

Technical Data:

  • Mains voltage: 100-240 VAC, 45-65 Hz
  • Weight: 9 kg
  • 16 kg incl. case and accessories
  • Device dimensions: 195 x 335 x 240 mm (WxHxD)
  • Sample requirements:
    • Min Sample Volume: 10 ml
    • Max Sample Conductivity: 11 mS/cm
    • Sample with much higher conductivity can be measured by selective sample preparation.
  • Analytical findings:
    • Streaming potential resolution: 1 mV
    • Measuring range: -4000 – +4000 mV
    • pH resolution: 0.01 pH
    • Measuring range: pH 0 – 14
  • Included accessories:
    • Measuring cell
    • Displacement piston
    • Pipette 10 ml
    • Screen for filtrating
    • 0.001 N PVS-Na 100 ml
    • 0.001 N PolyDadmac 100 ml
    • PC Software
    • Power cable, USB cable

Features:

  • Compact construction
  • All functions monitored by micro-controller
  • High accuracy measuring by using modern electronic components
  • Integrated pH measurement possible
  • Easy menu-guided calibration of the pH probe
  • Stand-alone operation
  • Not necessary to set the system to different mains voltages

Tags: CAS Partikelladung

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