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A moisture analyzer with good connectivity

By Chemical Engineering |

The latest models of Professional moisture analyzers from this company feature USB, Ethernet and WLAN connectivity for easy data transfer. Measurement results, displayed by an instrument on the factory floor, can be sent directly to a regular printer anywhere on the company network, for example in the quality control office. The same data may also be transferred to a file server as a PDF for on-screen viewing and electronic archiving, as well as in standard CSV or XLS format for interchange with laboratory and office software. — Mettler-Toledo, Greifensee, Switzerland

www.mt.com/moisture

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