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Parr™ 6725 Semi-Micro Calorimeter


Compact, and easily operated

Manufacturer: parr instrument co inc  PAR6725EA

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Catalog No. 04-731-190

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Description & Specifications

Specifications

Connector Types Ethernet or USB
Depth (English) 13 in.
For Use With (Application) Measuring the heat of combustion of small samples when only limited amounts of test material are available, ideal for use in marine biology, it can also be used for testing a variety of heat powders and pyrotechnic mixtures
Certifications/Compliance ISO 9001:2008, CSA, CE, ASTM
Depth (Metric) 33cm
Product Type Semi-Micro Calorimeter
Height (English) 13 in.
Height (Metric) 33cm
Memory Stores 1000 tests
Includes 6772 precision calorimeter thermometer/controller, compensated jacket and dewar flask bucket, 1109A 22mL manual valve semi-micro bomb, SD memory and TCP/IP network communications, oxygen and bucket fill
Operating Time 6 to 10 min./test
Precision 0.004
Sample Range 52 to 1200 calorie
Operation Manual
Temperature Resolution 0.0001°C
Voltage 115V
Test Time 2 to 3 Tests/Hours
Width (English) 9 in.
Width (Metric) 22cm

The 6725 Semimicro Calorimeter is a static jacket, combustion calorimeter designed specifically for measuring the heat of combustion of small samples when only limited amounts of test material are available. Ideal for use in marine biology, it can also be used for testing a variety of heat powders and pyrotechnic mixtures.

  • Measures samples in the range of 25 to 200mg
  • 3 tests per hour
  • Operation pre-test time: 10 minutes
  • Maximum sample size: 1200 calories
  • Temperature resolution: 0.0001°C
  • 0.4% RSD Precision Class Instrument
  • Compensated jacket and Dewar flask bucket
  • Includes 6772 calorimetric thermometer

1109A Semimicro Oxygen Bomb

  • 22mL volume
  • Sample size: 25 to 200mg
  • Liberates 52 to 1200 calories when burned in oxygen
  • Used for self-oxidizing heat powders that release <2400 calories per charge