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Horiba OCMA-500 Oil Content Analyzer
Horiba OCMA-500 Oil Content Analyzer
Horiba Instruments

Horiba OCMA-500 Oil Content Analyzer

Regular price $9,374.00 Sale price $10,900.00 Unit price per
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Horiba OMA-500 Oil Content Analyzer

Fully automated one-touch operation, from oil extraction to sample measurement and draining

The OCMA-500 Oil Content Analyzer has been redesigned for even better operability, maintaining its user-friendly features. After injecting the sample, all you have to do is press a button to get the monitoring operation done quickly, from oil extraction to sample measurement and draining. This machine is easy for anyone to use. The OCMA-500 cuts solvent consumption by 20% compared with our previous products, reducing environmental impact. It also reduces the running costs.

Unit includes: OCMA-500, 2.5mL dropper, B heavy oil 10mL, (5) filters, absorbent sheet, power cable and manual.

Specifications

Measurement principle: Solvent extraction, NDIR
analysis (Infrared spectroscopy)
Measurement range: 0mg/l ~ 200mg/l dynamic ranging
Resolution 0 to 99.9 mg/L; 0.1 mg/L
100 to 200 mg/L; 1 mg/L
Repeatability 0 to 9.9 mg/L; ± 0.2 mg/L ± 1 digit
10.0 to 99.9 mg/L; ± 2 mg/L ± 1 digit
100 to 200 mg/L; ± 4 mg/L ± 1 digit
*For standard liquids 
Display Method 3.5 inches, 320×240 dots
Backlight Colour graphic LCD
Calibration Method Zero, Span Calibration
Extraction Solvent S-316 solvent
Amount of test sample required Sample water : Solvent = 2 : 1 
Amount of extraction solvent required 8 mL
Extraction Method Built-in extractor
Ambient Operationg Temperature 0 to 40 ℃ (non condensation)
Power supply AC 100V to 240V ±10%, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption AC 100V:Approx.60VA
AC 240V: Approx.90VA
External Dimensions 200(W)×313(D)×342(H) mm
Mass Approx. 7 kg
External Output Output to an USB memory stick
Functions

300-item data memory
Stabilized measurement value display
Self error determination
Clock