CSC has been manufacturing loss-on drying moisture equipment for over six decades. The CSC Cenco moisture balance was the first direct reading moisture analyzer. More than 20 years ago the company began to offer moisture instruments based on capacitance technology. In the 1990s, CSC developed the first electronic loss-on drying moisture analyzer designed for the difficult environments of the production line. In 2000, CSC introduced the Aquapal, a Karl Fischer low-moisture measurement titrator. This history resulted in an extensive scope of moisture measurement know-how.
The Moisture Register model 901 is based on a long standing patent that compensates for loss of on-line product, reduction of volume of product flow, calibration simplicity, and operational reliability.
With the addition of the 901, CSC can now develop a plan that delivers moisture detection equipment for nearly any industrial moisture measurement need. This covers traditional loss-on drying equipment, rapid results capacitance instruments, low-moisture detection Karl Fischer titration, and on-line (in-line) NIR meters.
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