Grabner Instruments showcases flashpoint tester at World Perfumery Congress

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Do your flash point tester measures accurately using mere 1-2 mL samples? MINIFLASH Touch does. AMETEK Grabner Instruments is showcasing its MINIFLASH Touch flash point tester from June 5 to June 7 at the World Perfumery Congress. Visit booth 730 at Palais des Congrès Nice Acropolis to verify the benefits of testing with minimal samples, including easy cleaning, safety improvement and cost reduction.

MINIFLASH Touch combines ruggedness with a full-colour touchscreen and hassle-free communication, including USB, Ethernet and LIMS connection. The analyzer performs tests according to ASTM D7094. The MINIFLASH method is considered equivalent to considered equivalent to ASTM D93 / ISO 2719 Pensky Martens.

“With our flash point method available on the market for several years, our user community is convinced that it is a good and precise
method", says Dr. Oliver Sauer, Director of Sales at Grabner Instruments.

Grabner Instruments developed the first MINIFLASH flashpoint analyzer in 1992. The newflashpoint method was standardized 1999 as ASTM D6450 method for 1 mL samples, and in 2004 as ASTM D7094 method for 2 mL samples. Grabner Instruments MINIFLASH flashpoint testers are used in laboratories around the world for testing liquid or solid samples in the petrochemical, flavor and fragrance, chemical and/or waste industries.

During WPC, you also have a chance to interact with MINIVAP VP Vision vapor pressure tester. MINIVAP VP VISION measures vapor pressure between 0-2000 kPa with a mere 10ml sample, including rinsing. Its accompanying PC software COCKPIT lets lab managers gather data from various MINIVAP VP VISION units and speed up analytical work with samples originating from different locations.