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Manual methods for density measurements

Manual apparatuses such as hydrometers and pycnometers are commonly used to determine the density, specific gravity, and concentration of liquids. While these traditional methods are deemed to be inexpensive, certain factors may drive up costs in the long run:

  • Proneness to breakage
  • Human error in reporting
  • Time-intensiveness
  • High sample requirement for measurement
  • High solvent volume for cleaning

Digital methods for density measurements

Digital density meters based on the patented Pulsed Excitation Method (PEM) are extremely effective instruments that allow fast and precise measurements of fluid densities over a wide temperature range. Results can be printed, sent to a computer, and exported to a LIMS or via Anton Paar’s lab execution software AP Connect. The digital method doesn’t require highly skilled operators, reduces human error, promotes traceability, and much more. Learn more about how Anton Paar redefines digital density measurement.