Calorimetry

The Calorimetric Bomb is a procedure that determines the calorific value of liquid products, such as hydrocarbons, and solid materials that are burned as fuels. This is a test of primary importance for the following sectors: coal production, power plants, fuel analysis, environmental analysis laboratories, training and research institutes, propellants, armaments, analysis of building materials, waste disposal and classification of transport (ADR).

CAL2K

Complete System.
Second ASTM methods D240, D4809

ECO, Complete System

Mahler’s Calorimeter

(n.code 7160)