Dietrich-Fruhling Calcimeter

Instrument to determine the fast contents of CaCo3 (calcium carbonate) according to the method Dietrich-Fruhling. Essentially consisting of a sample-holder, one serpentine for cooling and one graduated cylinder with readings on the result of reaction between calcium carbonate and diluted chloridric acid. Since the volume of Co2 (carbonic anhydride) is in relationship with CaCo2 (carbonate contained in the material) it shall be possible to calculate the percentage of CaCo3.
Technical Specifications

Steel epoxi painted base.

Chromium plated steel rods.

Bottle for sampling.

Graduated glass test-tube  0 ÷ 200 cc.

Collecting glass container for returned water.

Cooling coil.

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