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ZAHM & NAGEL - Máy đo khí CO2 & hàm lượng khí trong chai thuỷ tinh hãng: ZAHM & NAGEL giá rẻ

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ZAHM COMPUTERIZED PIERCING DEVICE SERIES 14000
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The Zahm Computerized Piercing Device is a newly developed instrument for testing volumes of C02 gas in bottles and cans. Gas volumes are measured directly by the computer; thereby eliminating the need for C02 gas conversion charts and yielding very accurate, reliable results even in the hands of an inexperienced operator. Both temperature and pressure are LCD displayed and can be re-calibrated by the operator. Two C02 conversion tables can be installed in the computer (for example, sugar and diet beverages/beer and water). Data memory and read out are available for 5 samples. Altitude correction factors can also be entered. Available in one and two litre sizes. Computer and thermometer may be ordered separately for attachment to existing Zahm Piercing Devices. Please specify when inquiring about this instrument whether you wish a beer or soft drink model. Soft drink models also need to indicate whether the unit is for a Coca Cola plant since these require a different formula in the computer.
 
CAUTION: Eye protection must be worn while operating this instrument.
The instrument is ready for product testing as received from the factory, but several checks should be made in order to assure that none of the fittings leak when testing is performed.
1. Apply a small amount of "O" ring lubricant to the temperature sensor stem and work it up and down to lubricate the "O" ring (6008). "O" ring lubricant may be purchased from Zahm and Nagel Co.
2. Pressurize the instrument and apply a soapy water solution to all fittings. The formation of bubbles will indicate any leakage, and the condition can then be corrected. Do not apply solution directly to the temperature sensor, computer housing, or its electrical connections
To Operate:
1. Turn on the computer (14003) by pressing ENTRY button. The display will show "ON" and then 0.0.
2. Close the snift valve (5077) and depress the lock plates (5026) while pulling up on the cross bar (6019) to a height that will clear the top of the container being tested.
3. Release the lock plates and the cross bar will remain in position until the operator is ready to pierce the container.
4. Raise the temperature sensor (14004) so that it touches the thermometer stop (6006).
5. If testing cans, place upside down on the base pad (5023) and center so that the rubber seal (6013) will line up approximately in the center of the container. Bottles should be tested by piercing through the crown.
6. Depress the lock plates and lower the cross bar to a point where the rubber seal just touches the top of the container.
7. Continue to depress the lock plates and with both hands, push the cross bar rapidly downward until the container is pierced.
8. Release the lock plates. The cross bar will remain locked in place with the rubber seal compressed to prevent leakage at the point of piercing. Be careful not to trip the lock plates after piercing as only a slight upward pressure on the lock plates will release the cross bar and cause the container to lose its pressure.
9. Insert the temperature sensor (14004) to its fullest extent into the container.
10. Hold the instrument by the base (5021) and one of the guide rods (5018). Shake the instrument with a rapid back and forth motion until maximum pressure is displayed on the computer. Set instrument down and press ENTRY key to display volumes of CO2 gas. Press ENTRY twice to display temperature. Press ENTRY key again to return to pressure mode.
11. After the test has been completed, bleed off pressure slowly through the snift valve. To prevent product from spraying the operator, a piece of plastic tubing should be attached to the hose nipple (5057) of the snift valve and the product drained into a sink or other suitable container.
12. Withdraw the temperature sensor until it touches the thermometer stop (6006).
13. Depress the lock plates and raise the cross bar to clear the container.
14. Close the snift valve and remove the container. The instrument is now ready for the next container to be tested. If no further testing is required, turn the computer off by pressing the ENTRY key for three seconds.
6006 Thermometer Stop 14004 Temperature sensor
5018 Guide Rod 19" Long (2 req'd) for 2 liter size tester 5057 Hose nipple (Teflon)
14003 Computer 5058 Nipple nut
6019 Cross bar for 2 liter size Tester 5077 Snift Valve
5027 Lock Springs (2 req'd) 6007 Thermometer Adapter
5026 Lock Plates (2 req'd) 5044 Nut Gasket
5028 Lock Screws (2 req'd) 5043 Packing nut
5023 Base Pad for 5021 Base (2 req'd) 6013 Rubber seal
5021 Base (2 liter size) 6011 Piercing Needle 0.703 OAL of Piercing Point
6008 Adapter "O" Ringer 5017 Guide Rod 15" long (2 req'd) for 1 liter size tester
6009 Adapter Nut 6018 Cross bar for 1 liter size tester
5038 Gauge gasket (nylon) 5022 Base Pad (top) for #5020 Base
5039 Gauge Adapter 5020 Base (1 liter size)
5040 Adapter Gasket (nylon) 5022A Base Pad (bottom) for #5020 Base
 
 

SERIES 11000 ZAHM MODIFIED PIERCING DEVICE
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The Series 11,000 Piercing Device is a modified Zahm New Style Air Tester (Series 5000) with the burette (5003-25), burette clamp (5006), support rod (5016), level bottle & stand (5047/5050) & connection tubing (5052) omitted. This instrument is used where a separately mounted burette is preferred for air testing or where a fast, simple closure piercing unit is required to measure pressure. Where samples are tested at room or known temperature, gas pressure can be quickly obtained to determine CO2 gas volumes. Refer to the line drawing and parts list for ordering replacement parts.
This instrument comes completely assemble with a 2" Dia. dual scale (0-60 psi & 0-4.2 kg/cm2) pressure gauge. If the gauge is not required it may be removed and the 1/8 NPT gauge plug (11004) inserted in its place. The standard Whitey valve (5056) may be replaced with a straight hose cock (11003) if a hose connection is required. All replacement parts are the same as those found on the Zahm New Style Air Tester (Series 5000).
Operating Instructions
Warning: Eye protection must be worn while operating this instrument.
Note: Before using this instrument it should be tested for any gas leaks that may occur at the various connections. This may be accomplished by pressurizing the instrument and applying a soapy water solution to the various connections. A bubble will form if any leaks are occurring The instrument may also be pressurized, submerged in a glass tank of water, and leaks detected in this manner.
Operation:
1. Place the bottle or can to be tested on the base pad (5022) and lower the cross bar (5024) to the point where the rubber seal (5045) just touches the top of the container The cross bar is lowed by depressing the lock plates (5026) on each side of the cross bar and pushing downwards.
2. With the lock plates still depressed, push rapidly downward with both hands on the cross bar until the container is pierced.
3. Release the lock plates. The cross bar will remain locked in place with the rubber seal compressed to prevent leaking at the point of piercing. Be careful not to trip the lock plates after piercing as only a slight upward pressure on the lock plates will release the cross bar.
4. Hold the instrument at the bottom of the base with the right hand while the left hand holds the guide rod (5017). Shake the instrument with a rapid back and forth motion until maximum gauge pressure has been obtained. Record this pressure if volumes of CO2 gas will be determined.
5. Bleed off the pressure in the container by opening the Whitey valve (5056).
6. Depress the lock plates and raise the cross bar high enough to remove the container.
Determination of Volumes of CO2 Gas
Quick disconnect of the PAT unit for carbonyl analysis (achieved by bubbling the carbonyl into a gas washing bottle containing 0.25% 2.4 dinitrophenylhydrazine in 2/n HCl to form carbonyl derivatives, which can be analyzed by HPLC).
Cleaning of the Instrument:
When the tests have been completed the instrument should be cleaned as follows:
1. Open the Whitey valve and attach a water hose to the nipple of the Whitey valve. Backflush with warm water for several minutes.
2. Remove the pressure gauge from the gauge adapter (5039), rinse in warm water and dry.
Calibration of Pressure Gauge:
The pressure gauge should be tested for accuracy at the beginning of each shift.. Procedures for re-calibration are sent with the instrument and are available upon request from Zahm & Nagel Co.
11001   Zahm Modified Pierceing Device - 1 Litre Size
1030     Pressure Gauge
5017     Guide Rod (2 Req'd)
5020     Base - 1 Litre
5022     Base Pad (Top) - 1 Litre
5022A   Base Pad (Bottom) 1 -Litre
5024     Cross Bar 1 - Litre
5026     Lock Plate (2 Req'd)
5027     Lock Spring (2 Req'd)
5028     Lock Screw (2 Req'd)
5038     Gauge Gasket
5039     Gauge Adapter
5040     Adapter Gasket
5042A   Piercing Needle (.703 OAL Piercing Point-STD.)
5043     Packing Nut
5044     Nut Gasket
5045     Rubber Seal
5053     Can Stop (2 Req'd)
5054     Can Stop Screw (2 Req'd)
5055     Whitey Valve
5056     Whitey Valve W/5057 Nipple & 5058 Nut
5057     Hose Nipple
5058     Nipple Nut
5059     Replacement Parts for Whitey Valve
5059-1 Handle
5059-2 Stem
5059-3 Packing Nut
5059-4 Panel Nut
5059-5 Teflon Washer
5059-6 Top Gland
5059-7 Bottom Gland
5059-8 Body
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Model SERIES 10000
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Description:
The Purity Tester consists of a caustic reservoir and calibrated absorption burette mounted to a PVC polished frame. The reservoir and burette are held to the frame with two neoprene covered mounting bands that are adjustable from the rear side of the frame. The absorption burettes are available in five different calibrations, with the standard burette graduated in tenths of one percent, the total being one percent of the volume of the burette. The caustic reservoir (10100) has a line indicating the level to which caustic solution should be added, which volume is slightly in excess of the capacity of the absorption burette. The line drawings should be used for identification of the Purity Tester parts. When inquiring about our gas purity testers, please specify which absorption burette you require.
Operating Instructions:
Caution: Caustic solution is used in the operation of this instrument. This solution may cause severe burns to the operator if not handled with care. Wear goggles and protective clothing while operating this instrument.
Preparation of Caustic Solution:
A 20% solution of either Potassium Hydroxide or Sodium Hydroxide is recommended for air testing*. To make a 20% solution slowly add 100 grams of Potassium or Sodium Hydroxide crystals to 500 cc's of distilled water and store in a sealed jar. The Hydroxide solution may also be purchased from any laboratory or chemical supply company. *A weaker solution may be used, but the tests will take longer and fewer tests can be performed.
To Operate:
1. Attach a hose from the CO2 gas supply that is to be tested to the nipple of the absorption burette. Use care when attaching the hose so as not to break the calibrated stem of the absorption burette. If using the 1/100th calibrated burette (10102) place your finger on top of the stem and push gently downward onto the support block to prevent the stem from breaking when attaching the hose. Make sure that the gas supply is regulated to below 10 psi before releasing gas into the Purity Tester.
2. Open both cocks (5005) and allow the gas to sweep through the absorption burette and caustic reservoir to completely displace air in the glassware. If preferred, the bulb may be first filled with water and the water displaced with the gas to be tested.
3. After the sample has been taken, close the cock on the absorption burette first and then close the cock on the caustic reservoir.
4. Pour the caustic solution into the reservoir to the line indicated on the bulb (approximately 105 cc).
5. Open the cock on the caustic reservoir and allow the solution to flow down into the absorption burette. Absorption of the CO2 gas now takes place until only air in the sample remains, the small bubble of which may be moved around by tilting the Purity Tester slightly, thereby insuring complete absorption of the gas.
6. Close the cock on the caustic reservoir and turn the instrument 90 degrees so that it rests on its other frame side. In this position, the unabsorbed gas enters the calibrated neck where the volume is directly indicated. The percentage purity of CO2 gas is 99%. plus 1/10 of 1% for each division as indicated by the level above the bottom graduation (Using the standard absorption burette #10101). There are our other types of absorption burettes available which are listed below.
7. After the test is completed, empty the caustic solution from the Purity Tester. Place the Purity Tester over a container and open both cocks to allow the caustic to drain out. Rinse out all traces of caustic with warm water and dry the glassware before returning the tester to its case.
Absorption Burettes Available:
P /N
Graduated In
Scale:
10101
0.10%
99 to 100%
10102
0.01%
99 to 100%
1.00%
79 to 99%
10103
1.20%
99 to 100%
10104
1.00%
50 to 100%
10105
0.10%
95 to 100 %
10001  Standard Tester W/Stand, Bands, Reservoir & Burette (99 to 100% In 0.1% increments)
10101  Calibrated Absorption Burette (99 to 100%In 0.1%)
10100  Caustic Reservoir
5005    Teflon Stopcock
10107  Rubber Covered Band W/Nut (Fits #10101 Burette)
10109  Rubber Covered Band W/Nut (Fits #10100 Reservoir)
10110  Frame - 2Pc W/Center Block
10113  Metal Case
10114  Plastic Connector
10003     Tester W/Stand, Bands, Reservoir & Burette (99 to 100% In 0.01%)
10102     Calibrated Absorption Burette (99 to 100%In 0.01%)
10100     Caustic Reservoir
5005       Teflon Stopcock
10108     Rubber Covered Band W/Nut (Fits #10102 Burette)
10109     Rubber Covered Band W/Nut (Fits #10100 Reservoir)
10111     Frame - 2Pc W/Center Block and support block
10113     Metal Case
10114     Plastic Connector
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Model SERIES 8000
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Since pressure gauges subjected to agitation frequently go out of adjustment, means for easily detecting and correcting such error is imperative, particularly when the gauge reading is critical, as in use with the Series 1000/2000 Zahm CO2 Gas Volume Meters and the various Zahm Piercing Devices. The Zahm Gauge Tester (Series 8000) provides a highly accurate means of re-calibrating pressure gauges in the laboratory.
NOTE: Pressure gauges can be re-calibrated by mounting them directly to one of the threeadapters supplied with the instrument. If checking the gauges on either the Series 1000/2000 CO2Volume Meters, the gauge does not have to be removed from theVolume Meter. The connection can be made directly to theGaugeTester via teVolume Meter's clampingdevice andP/N 8081 adapterwith bleeder valve.
Be sure to use the correct adapter for the gauge being tested as gauges with 1/2-20 and 1/4 NPT bottom connections are similar in appearance. The Zahm & Nagel gauge with bleeder valve isa 1/2-20 thread while allother gauges are 1/8NPT or 1/4 NPT pipe threads.
The Model8000-P is an extremely accurate pneumaticgauge tester
It is simple to use and requires no messyoils or lubricants. Cost is much less than a comparable dead weight tester.
Unit comes standard with a 100psi NIST certified test gauge.
Standard test gauge has been calibrated at 5 points: 30, 35, 40, 45, & 50 psi.
Maximum test pressure is 65 psi.
+ MÁY ĐO KHÍ CO2 & HÀM LƯỢNG KHÍ TRONG CHAI THỦY TINH – CHAI PET – TRONG LON
Model SERIES 7000
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This instrument is used to test beverage or product for CO2 gas and air content in either glass or PET containers and cans. It is automatically adjustable to various size bottles and cans and is available in either one or two litre sizes. Two standard pressure/temperature relationship charts are furnished with the instrument for the determination of volumes of CO2 gas in alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. The instrument is equipped with a dual scale pressure gauge (0-60 psi and & 0-4.2 kg/cm2) and an adjustable 2" dual scale dial thermometer (25.125ºF & -5/55ºC). This piercing device is also equipped with a 100cc burette that measures up to 25cc's of the product's air content. The parts list and line drawing should be used for assembly and as a reference for ordering replacement parts.
7001 Zahm New Style Air Tester W/Dial Thermometer Complete Instrument - 1 Litre Capacity
7002 Zahm New Style Air Tester W/Dial Thermometer Complete Instrument - 2 Litre Capacity
6003 Dial Thermometer 2" Dual Scale (25/125 F. & -5/55 C.) 8" Long Stem-Adjustable
6007 Dial Thermometer Adapter
6008 Adapter "O" Ring
6009 Adapter Nut
6011 Piercing Neddle .703 OAL of Piercing Point
6013 Rubber Seal
6014 Stop Pin Collar W/Pin
6018 Cross Bar - 1 Litre Size
5003-25 Burette W/Teflon Stopcock (0-25ml) O-100ml Capacity
5005 Replacment Stopcock for Burette
5006 Burette Clamp Complete
5017 Guide Rod (2 Req'd)
5017 Guide Rod / Support Rod for Burette(1 Req'd)
5020 Base 1 - Litre Size
5022 Base Pad (Top) 1 Litre Size
5022-A Base Pad (Bottom) 1 Litre Size
5026 Lock Plate (2 Req'd)
5027 Lock Spring (2 Req'd)
5028 Lock Screw (2 Req'd)
5038 Gauge Gasket
5039 Gauge Adapter
5040 Adapter Gasket
5043 Packing Nut
5044 Nut Gasket
5046 Rubber Coupling
5047 Level Bottle
5050 Level Bottle Stand
5052 Connection Tubing
5053 Can Stop (2 Req'd)
5054 Can Stop Screw (2 Req'd)
5055 Whitey Valve
5057 Hose Nipple
5058 Nipple Nut
5079 Caustic Trap
5080 Plastic Coupling
1030 Pressure Gauge (0-60psi & 0-4.2kg/cm2) 1/8 Npt Lower Male Connection
 
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Model SERIES 6000
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The instrument is ready for product testing as received from the factory but several checks should be made in order to assure that none of the fittings leak when testing is being performed.
Apply a small amount of "O" ring lubricant to the dial thermometer stem (6003) and work it up and down to lubricate the "O" ring (6008). "O" ring lubricant may be purchased from Zahm & Nagel.
Pressurize the instrument and apply a soapy water solution to all fittings. The formation of bubbles will show any leakage and the condition can then be corrected. The instrument may also be pressurized and submersed in an aquarium filled with water and bubbles observed in this manner.
To Operate:
Close the Whitey TM valve (5056) an depress the lock plates (5026) while pulling up on the cross bar (6018) to a height that will clear the top of the container being tested.
Release the lock plates and the cross bar will remain in that position until the operator is ready to pierce the container.
Raise the dial thermometer (6003) so that it touches the dial thermometer stop (6006).
Place the can to be tested upside-down on the base pad (5022) and center so that the rubber seal (6013) will line up approximately in the center of the container. Bottles could be tested by piercing through the crown.
Depress the lock plates and lower the cross bar to a point where the rubber seal just touches the top of the container.
Continue to depress the lock plates and with both hands push the cross bar rapidly downwards until the container is pierced.
Release the lock plates. The cross bar will remain locked in place with the rubber seal compressed to prevent leakage at the point of piercing. Be careful not to trip the lock plates after piercing as only a slight upward pressure on the lock plates will release the cross bar.
Hold the instrument at the bottom of the base with the right hand while the left hand holds both the guide rod (5017) and the dial thermometer stop (6006). Shake the instrument with a rapid back and forth motion until maximum gauge pressure has been obtained. Record this pressure for future chart calculations of CO2 gas volumes.
Insert the dial thermometer down into the container to its fullest extent and leave it there until a steady temperature is obtained. The time required for a steady temperature reading may be thirty seconds or longer, depending on the temperature of the product being tested. Record this temperature for future chart calculations of CO2 gas volumes.

Note: DO not record pressure readings when the dial thermometer is inserted into the container. This will cause a false pressure reading and resulting error in the number of volumes of CO2 gas.
 When the pressure and temperature have been recorded, refer to the correct pressure/temperature relationship chart. Be sure to refer to the correct chart when determining the volume of CO2 gas. Charts for both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages accompany the instrument.
After the test has been completed bleed off the pressure in the container by slowly opening the Whitey valve. To prevent the product from spraying the operator a piece of plastic tubing should be attached to the hose nipple (5057) of the Whitey valve and the product drained into a sink or suitable container.
Withdraw the dial thermometer until it touches the dial thermometer stop.
Depress the lock pates and raise the cross bar to clear the container.
Close the Whitey valve and remove the container. The instrument is now ready for the next container to be tested.
6001 CO2 Tester Complete W/#6003 Dial Thermometer & #1030 Pressure Gauge
6003 Dial Thermometer 2" Dial, Dual Scale (25/125 F -5/55 C.) 8" Long Stem, Adjustable
6006 Dial Thermometer Stop
6007 Dial Thermometer Adapter
6008 Adapter "O" Ring
6009 Adapter Nut
6011 Piercing Needle .703 OAL of Piercing Point
6013 Rubber Seal
6018 Cross Bar For 1 Litre Size
5017 Guide Rod
5020 Base 1 Litre Size
5022 Base Pad (Top) For 1 Litre Base
5022-A Base Pad (Bottom) For 1 Litre Base
5026 Lock Plate (2 Req'd)
5027 Lock Spring (2 Req'd)
5028 Lock Screw (2 Req'd)
5038 Gasket
5039 Gasket Adapter
5040 Gauge Gasket
5043 Packing Nut
5044 Nut Gasket
5053 Can Stop (2 Req'd)
5055 Whitey Valve
5056 Whitey Valve Complete with #5057 and #5058
5057 Hose Nipple
5058 Nipple Nut
1030 Pressure gauge, 2" dia. (Dual scale 0-60psi & 0-4.2kg/cm2) 1/8 NPT lower male connection.

 
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Model SERIES 5000
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To assemble, use a little lubricant on the stem of the burette (5003-25) and the level bottle (5047) and immerse the connection tubing (5052) and the rubber coupling (5046) in hot water to facilitate insertion of the tubing. Now connect the rubber coupling (5046) to the center stem of the burette and connect the other end of the coupling to the hose nipple (5057) of the Whitey valve (5055). Connect the connection tubing (5052) to the side stem of the level bottle (5047). Assemble the burette clamp (5006) around the burette and fasten in place on the support rod(5016). Operation: Warning: Caustic Solution is used in the operation of this instrument. This solution may cause severe burns to the operator if not handled with care. Wear goggles and protective clothing while operating this instrument. The instrument is now ready for operation but should first be tested for any gas leaks that may occur at various connections. This may be accomplished by pressurizing the instrument and applying a soapy solution to the various connections and joints. The instrument may also be submerged in a glass tank of water, and leaks observed in this manner. The generally accepted temperature for gas analysis is 77ºF/25ºC. Therefore, it is good practice to bring samples to this temperature prior to testing. The volumes of CO2 gas may be determined by taking the maximum pressure reading during the test and then, immediately after the test, inserting a laboratory thermometer into the sample and recording the temperature. The CO2 content can be determined from any standard temperature/pressure relationship chart using the above information.
1. Close the Whitey valve (5056), open the burette cock (5005) and put approximately 100cc's of water in the level bottle(5047), elevating the same above the burette so as to allow the water to run down into the burette to the bottom of the calibrations.

2. Close the burette cock and lower the level bottle to its stand (5050)

3. Place a small beaker of water under the rubber seal(5045) and lower the cross bar (5024) so as to submerge the rubber seal in the water. Note: The cross bar is lowered by depressing the lock pates (5026) on each side of the cross bar and pushing downwards. When the lock plates are released, the cross bar will remain firmly locked in position.

4. Open the Whitey valve (full). This will cause the water top be drawn upward through the Whitey valve, displacing any trapped air in the system. Tap the tubing to release air into the burette

5. Close the Whitey valve and remove the beaker from the piercing needle (5042A)

6. Open the burette cock and allow the water to return to the level bottle. Discard the water.

7. Replace the water in the level bottle with caustic solution, filling it approximately half full. Note: Wear protective clothing and goggles when using caustic solution. A 20% solution of either Potassium Hydroxide or Sodium Hydroxide is recommended for air testing. (* A weaker solution may be used, but the tests will take longer and fewer tests can be performed.) To make a 20% solution, slowly add 100 grams of Potassium or Sodium Hydroxide crystals to 500 cc's of distilled water and store in a sealed jar. The above solutions may also be purchased from any laboratory/chemical supply company

8. Raise the level bottle to fill the burette completely and close the burette cock. To prevent overflow, the caustic trap (5079) is furnished for attachment at the top of the burette. While filling the burette, check the plastic connection tubing (5052) and work out any air bubbles that may be present

9. Place the bottle or can to be tested on the base pad(5022) and lower the cross bar to the point where the rubber seal just touches the top of the container.

10. Depress the lock plates and push the cross bar rapidly downwards until the container is pierced.

11. Release the lock plates. The cross bar will remain locked in place with the rubber seal compressed to prevent leakage at the point of piercing. Be careful not to trip the lock plates after piercing as only a slight upward pressure on the lock plates will release the cross bar.

12. Hold the instrument at the bottom of the base with the right hand while the left hand holds both the guide rod (5017) and support rod (5016). Shake the instrument with a rapid back and forth motion until maximum gauge pressure has been obtained. Note: The burette is very fragile and may break if it comes in contact with an object while shaking the instrument. Also, be sure that the level bottle and stand are located in such a manner that they do not tip over while shaking the instrument.

13. Open the Whitey valve (5056) and allow gas to flow into the burette, reducing the gauge pressure to 5 psi or less. Shake the instrument a few times to allow absorption of CO2 gas by the caustic solution. It is also advisable to invert the instrument and allow the gas that was released into the burette to be absorbed in the larger bottom bulb of the burette. The shaking of the instrument allows for more build up of gas in the test container and for the next release of gas into the burette.

14. Open the Whitey valve and repeat the above process again. Usually eight or ten shakes are enough to remove most of the air in the sample. For very accurate work, however, the operation should be continued until a constant air reading is obtained. When making the air reading in the burette, the level bottle should be raised so as to bring the liquid in the burette and level bottle to the same level.
Air Readings: If air readings tend to increase after a period of testing, the caustic solution may be diluting and should be replaced with a fresh solution. The number of tests that can be expected from the caustic solution may vary according to the strength of the solution being used.

15. Close the Whitey valve and release the lock plates by pressing them in an upward direction and then raise the cross bar to a level that will allow the removal of the container

 

5001

 

  Air Tester Complete W/All Accessories
5003-25 Burette W/Teflon Stopcock (o-25ml) 0-100ML Capacity
5005 Replacement Teflon Stopcock
5006 Burette Clamp Complete (5007 Through 5014)
5007 Clamp Slide
5008 Thumb Screw
5009 Support Band
5010 Clamp Band
5011 Screw (2 Req'd)
5012 Wing Nut
5013 Screw
5014 Plastic Band
5016 Support Rod
5017 Guide Rod (2 Req'd)
5020 Base
5022 Base Pad (Top)
5022A Base Pad (Bottom)
5024 Cross Bar
5026 Lock Plate (2 Req'd)
5027 Lock Spring (2 Req'd)
5028 Lock Screw (2 Req'd)
1030 Pressure Gauge (0-60psi & 0-4.2kg/cm2)
5038 Gauge Gasket
5039 Gauge Adapter
5040 Adapter Gasket
5042-A Piercing Needle (.703 OAL Piercing Point-STD.)
5043 Packing Nut
5044 Nut Gasket
5045 Rubber Seal
5046 Rubber Coupling
5047 Level Bottle (250ml)
5050 Level Bottle Stand (250ml)
5052 Connection Tube (30")
5053 Can Stop (2 Req'd)
5054 Can Stop Screw (2 Req'd)
5055 Whitey Valve Only-Plated
5056 Whitey Valve W/5057 Nipple & 5058 Nut
5057 Hose Nipple
5058 Nipple Nut
5079 Caustic Trap
5080 Plastic Coupling

 


MÁY ĐO THỂ TÍCH KHÍ CO2
Model SS-60
Hãng sản xuất: ZAHM & NAGEL - Mỹ

 

 
The Zahm SS-60 Volume Meter was developed to determine average CO2 levels of gas in tank stored
beverages. Its improved design over the older Zahm-Hartung Volume Meter (Series 2000) greatly improves accuracy and time required to run a test. A precise piston release mechanism eliminates bleeding off of the sample and the potential for human error. Samples undergo repeatable, precise volumetric expansion test after test for more accurate measurements. The lightweight design reduces operator fatigue while the stainless steel construction increases strength and resists corrosion. The thermometer may also be replaced in the field without the need to return it to the factory for replacement. The parts list and line drawing should be used when ordering replacement parts or operating the instrument.
1000 SS-60 Volume Meter 1017 Thermometer Guard Screw (2 ea.)
1040
Vent Cock Swivel
1001 Body 1018 Thermometer Cushion Ring (2 ea.) 1042 Aspirator Bulb
1002 Base 1019 Thermometer Seal Ring (2 ea.) 1042-A Aspirator Bulb "O" Ring
1003 Base Shield 1020-B Valve (2 ea.) 1045 Gooseneck
1004-A Neck Shield 1021 Clamping Device Assembly 1048 Clamp Handle Assembly
1005 Piston 1022 Clamping Device Body 1048-1 Front Brace
1006 Piston Body 1023 Clamping Device Yoke 1048-2 Milled Brace
1007 Piston Handle 1024 Clamping Device Screw 1048-3 Rear Brace (2 ea.)
1008 Piston Lock Pin 1025 Clamping Device Gasket 1048-4 Screw - Left Side (2 ea.)
1009 Piston "O" Ring 1029 Pressure Guage 1048-4A Screw - Right Side (2 ea.)
1010 Piston Body Gasket 1036 Sight Glass 1048-5 Lock Washer (6 ea.)
1011 Base Screw (6 ea.) 1037 Sight Glass Cage 1048-6 Cap Nut (4 ea.)
1012 Thermometer 1038-A Sight Glas Gasket (Top) 1048-7 Handle w/Rubber Sleeve (2 ea.)
1016 Thermometer Guard 1038-B Sight Glass Gasket (Bottom)