Eaton’s Training Services Hydraulic Training System (HTS-2) hydraulic trainer is based on many years of instructional experience. This fluid power training simulator is designed to ensure that those involved with the study of hydraulics have the most cost effective, hands-on method of presenting a practical demonstration of the principles taught within the classroom.
The EM38-MK2 provides measurement of both the quad-phase (conductivity) and in-phase (magnetic susceptibility) components within two distinct depth ranges, all simultaneously, without any requirement for soil-to-instrument contact. With a maximum effective depth of exploration of 1.5 m, applications in agriculture, archaeology and general soil sciences are common.
You will benefit from an excellent image quality both if you are sedentary or on the road. Exago is the ultrasound scanner that adapts to all applications. Exago is easily connected to the big range of wide-band probes. This means that one ultrasound system efficiently meets the demands of a wide range of clinical application areas.
The Electrothermal Electromantle Extraction Heater with six recesses has a built-in electronic controller and offers a choice of heater only or heater/stirrer combination. Vented case’s unique air flow ensures the case remains “cool to-the-touch.”
• Individual built-in solid state electronic controls enable easy regulation of heater, while removing sparking associated with mechanical switching
• Three 12.7mm(0.5in) diameter support rods are included
The Falling Number 1900 System is an automatic dual analysis system with automatic start designed for simple operation. The control unit with the built-in thermal printer can be set for local language. The microprocessor controlled system with serial data output and connections for bar code pen includes functions for registration of sample ID number via keyboard or optional bar code reader, calculation of moisture corrected sample weight, mean value calculation, altitude correction and calculation for mixing and malt addition.
In baking, a farinograph measures specific properties of flour. The farinograph is a tool used for measuring the shear and viscosity of a mixture of flour and water. The primary units of the farinograph are Brabender Units, an arbitrary unit of measuring the viscosity of a fluid. The farinograph is a variation of the Brabender Plastograph that has been specialized for the baking industry, and it is used around the world for the objective measurement of a variety of flours.
A baker can formulate end products by using the farinograph's results to determine the following:
The reliable real-time online system for measuring Aleurone, Bran and Ash in flour products.
A quick, analytical, non-destructive and repeatable test, replacing the furnace, muffler or visual inspection tests. Rapid analytical process, obtaining results in 90-120 seconds from a given sample, compared to traditional tests taking anything from 3 – 9 hours.
The Alpha Innotech FluorChem FC2 Imaging System is a scientific grade imaging system at an entry level price with a wide dynamic range for chemiluminescent and fluorescent imaging. This system features: 1.92 megapixel camera, fast optics for rapid imaging, and housed in a flexible MultiImage II FC cabinet with an adjustable shelf for imaging chemiluminescent blots.