The precise temperature/time control ensures a secure digestion process.
Meets the requirements for analysis results of international standards, e.g. DIN/EN/ISO, AOAC, EPA, ASTM, EU regulations, APHA, VDLUFA, GAFTA and Ph. Eur. 2.5.33 method 7, Procedure A.
The world-wide unrivaled combination of inspection window and illuminated digestion area enables permanent monitoring of the digestion process.
The data are documented in accordance with QM standards, e.g. ISO 9001, ISO 17025 and GLP. This makes the KJELDATHERM the only digestion block to support the user with the complex requirements for the data management of the QM standards.
The motorized multi-level console (KT-L) enables convenient and safe lifting and lowering of the loaded rack.
The exhaust manifold and water jet pump provided or the powerful (optional) TURBOSOG suction station ensure effective extraction of acid fumes.
The digestion data can simply be exported, e.g. to a LIMS.
The 3.5" (KT-L) or 2.5" (KT) color display is unique on the market and convinces with a clear user interface. The self-explanatory symbols also facilitate the operation.
Standard Kjeldahl methods are predefined and can be operated by the user easily. A further 99 methods, each with 40 temperature/time programs can be stored on the device.
Due to the high degree of automation of the KT-L models, the user only has to insert the samples and start the digestion process. The device executes the digestion autonomously with the recording of all relevant data. In this time the user can perform other important tasks.
Another innovation is the individually adjustable heating capacity which allows for greater flexibility during digestion of difficult samples.
The cover plate around the heating block as well as all other relevant parts are provided with a special coating. As a result, they are protected against aggressive chemicals and heat even after years of use. The particularly smooth surface allows easy and thoroughly cleaning in the shortest possible time.
An all-round heat shield is used to prevent injuries even in a bustling laboratory day.