The SER 148/3 unit allows a substance or group of substances to be quantitatively separated (e.g. fat)
from a mixture of solids or semisolids.
Extraction is carried out in accordance with the Randall technique, which works in two phases (plus one to recover the distilled solvent).
This technique offers protection against atmospheric pollution, and cuts analysis costs and extraction time.
The instrument, designed to optimize ease of handling, is provided with a microprocessor allowing up to 29 different work programs to be set.
The operational phases set will be carried out in sequence with the temperature and remaining time constantly shown on two different displays.
The analyses are performed in absolute safety thanks to its IP55 protection rating.
The main fields of application include analysis of food products, animal feeds, detergents, rubber and plastic formulations, pharmaceutical products, soils, etc. for the content of soluble products such as fats, detergents, plasticizers and pesticides.
- Construction material: epoxy painted stainless steel structure
- Number of samples: 3 positions
- 2 Displays: working temperature / settable parameters
- Dimensions (WxHxD): 480x620x390 mm
- Weight: 30 Kg
- Power: 500 W
- Reproducibility (RSD): ≤ 1%
- Solvent recovery: from 50 to 75%
- Max volume extraction cup: 150 ml
- Number of programs: 29
- Working temperature: from 100 to 260 °C
- Cooling water: 2 l/min
- Sample quantity: from 0,5 to 15 g (generally 2-3 g)
- Solvent volume: from 30 to 100 ml