Sartorius’s moisture meter and analyzer

Fast and reliable determination of the moisture content of liquids, pastes, and solids using a thermocouple measurement method.

Brand: Sartorius ma 150

Designation Code Mother-of-pearl: NB.71

Additional information: Weight: 8.60000kg


The basic model with a small footprint provides extremely accurate results. The automatic selection of endpoints prevents the detection of completion criteria.

The moisture meter monitors the drying method and stops the measurement as soon as the weight of the sample is constant.

The integrated 1 mg weight system is specially optimized for use in high-temperature ranges and offers the required measuring accuracy.

Ideal for use with routine measurement tasks.

Two powerful heating elements in the form of metal pipes heat the samples. It warms up quickly and shortens the measurement time.

The heating elements are fast, strong and durable, they are particularly dirt and vibration resistant compared to glass heat lamps.

The status display shows the status of the current measurement: START/operation in progress / STOP, STOP Analyzer or error.

The status indicator is visible at a distance of up to 10 meters.

Intuitive user interface with a touchscreen and easy to understand the menu.

The Better Clean design allows the user to easily clean the parts of the tool.

The heating unit is therefore equipped with a removable plate for the sample chamber and dishwasher safe.

Removable lid with Soft Close mechanism with the large opening angle

Select the language: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Polish, Japanese, Portuguese, and Turkish

Sample room with LED lighting, check the window with the grid on the lid

External calibration with optional calibration weights

Printing through the optional internal printer is via YDP30, but the YDP20-OCE printer can be used with an adapter (YCC03-D09).

Transfer data directly to Microsoft ™ Windows ™ without additional software

Deactivated setting (optional): Fully automatic, semi-automatic mg, semi-automatic%, timer setting, manual

Data interface: Mini USB

DSC and TGA Q600 analyzer simultaneously

Simultaneous thermal analysis of the SDT Q600 measures both heat flux and sample mass as a function of temperature and time in a controlled atmosphere. Events…

Simultaneous thermal analysis of the SDT Q600 measures both heat flux and sample mass as a function of temperature and time in a controlled atmosphere. Endothermic or exothermic events associated with mass change (solubility, decomposition) or none (fusion, crystallization) are detected simultaneously. The wide temperature range of the tool (from room temperature to 1500 ° C) enables the characterization of polymers, pharmaceuticals, ceramics, metals, and inorganic products.

The Q600 analyzer is equipped with a double and balanced scale (eliminating the buoyancy effect), which avoids deviations and subtracts the gravity base installed in a separate chamber.

Powerful alumina arms with platinum DSC sensors (coupled with 10% rhodium-heated platinum and platinum heat), each carrying sample and reference crucibles.

Waterproof horizontal alumina furnaces with resistance to metal heating (Pt / Pt + Rh).


  • Automatic calibration of the mass over the entire temperature range to correct the extension of the arms.
  • Calibrate the temperature by measuring the melting points (up to 5 points).
  • Continuous calibration of the heat flow over the entire temperature range, creating a heat capacity curve for the sapphire standard.

Quantify the DSC heat flow (in grams per gram) with continuous weighting as a function of sample mass measured at the transition temperature (Dynamic Normalization ™).

Gas scan: Flow rates of up to one liter per minute to protect balance and DSC sensors. These high flow rates (typically 100 ml/min) promote rapid regeneration of the atmosphere around the sample. (Due to the horizontal and symmetrical design of the double scale, the influence of gas purging on gravimetry is negligible.)

Automatic climate change with program control of temperature or weather changes.

Compatible atmospheres are nitrogen, helium, argon, oxygen or air.

Corrosive gases are introduced directly into the furnace via a special inlet.