The K100 tensiometer from Krüss, a development of the K12, offers a wide range of measurement methods including surface and interfacial measurements, contact angle, CMC, and more
The new K100 tensiometer from Krüss, a further development of the
K12, offers a wide range of measurement methods including surface
and interfacial measurements, contact angle, CMC, and more The
new K100 tensiometer from Krüss offers an extremely wide range of
measuring methods: surface and interfacial tension measurements
(plate, ring with corrections according to Harkins and Jordan,
Huh and Mason, Zuidema and Waters); contact angle measurements
(advancing and retreating angles) CMC measurement; Surface energy
determination, dynamic adsorption measurements; and density
determination and sedimentation measurements.
On top of all this,
the combination of the K100 with the new 'LabDesk'
Windows software from Krüss provides maximum flexibility - a new
scripting language incorporated in the software means that
measuring procedures can easily be adapted to special
The further development of the well-known new
design used from the K11 onwards with its spacious and
well-illuminated sample chamber allows quick and easy sample
The automatic balance locking protection system also
makes changing samples easier while at the same time protecting
the high-resolution motionless force measuring system.
has a precise high-dynamic drive for positioning the sample at
speeds from 0.099 to 450mm/min; this greatly accelerates the
The extremely high measuring accuracy of
0.001 mN/m with a distance resolution of 0.1micrometre makes the
K100 into an outstanding tensiometer.
For special applications, a
sample holder which is thermostatable up to 130C is provided,
along with a built-in stirrer without magnetic field influences
on either the sample or the measuring system.
Also included as
standard are facilities to work under protective gas and for
connecting an automatic dosing system.