DMA 35 series portable density meter

DMA 35 is the new generation of Anton Paar portable density meters, using the oscillating U-tube technology. DMA 35 measures the density and density-related values of your sample and shows the measuring results within seconds on the large display, ready for storage, printout or export to a PC.

The user interface is clearly arranged and you will intuitively find your way through the menu. The display backlight, which switches on automatically when a new sample is filled, makes sure you clearly see your measuring results even in dark surroundings. The seven large keys enable operation of the instrument even when wearing protective gloves.

The robust DMA 35 is designed to withstand the rough conditions of industrial and field applications. The leakproof sealed housing keeps humidity out of the electronics and stops pump spills entering the instrument. 

4 Versions of DMA 35

DMA 35 Standart version - standard version, providing manual selection of sample IDs and methods, is the right choice for performing measurements with constant or only occasionally changing measurement settings. This basic model is an economic solution for general industrial and laboratory applications.

DMA 35 Tag&Log version - Additionaly equipped with an RFID interface, enables you to quickly and conveniently change the method and sample ID automatically, by just reading an RFID tag DMA 35 Tag&Log is a big step forward in increasing the efficiency of your measuring process, especially when regularly measuring different samples according to different measuring units

DMA 35 Ex version -  is predominantly used for battery acid measurements and for chemical applications. It comes with an integrated RFID interface.

DMA 35 Ex Petrol version - is the intrinsically safe product version with a special housing for the petrochemical industry. It is especially resistant to petrols and similar organic solvents and is equipped with an RFID interface. The DMA 35 Ex Petrol fully complies with the ASTM D7777 and IP 559 standards.

 

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