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December 10, 2008
1 Min Read
A forced-air cooling system allows the new Computrac Max 4000 moisture and solids analyzer from Arizona Instrument LLC (Chandler, AZ) to cool from test to idle temperatures 25% faster than previous models, facilitating faster throughput. It also features a temperature ramp rate control option that lets you control the rate it heats from idle to test temperature in addition to several new options for test-ending criteria that provide you more flexibility and control.
A Web server option allows test results to be downloaded and test parameters to be uploaded through your local intranet. The unit is equipped with a USB port, so you can easily capture test results or interface with a barcode reader, printer, or nitrogen control module. And its easy-to-use Parameter Expert option helps you develop repeatable, sample-specific test results simply by following on-screen prompts.
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