Selecting a Titrator on Amazon.com
Titrators and other pieces of titration equipment are used to measure concentrations of a particular substance within other substances and solutions, such as salinity in food and water, vitamins and minerals in food products, acidity in wine and juices, titanium content in mining solutions, and water content in fuels, foods, and extracts. The process involves the introduction of a chemical compound, called a titrant, until the solution reaches a particular color. The titrator is a piece of equipment that is used to perform the test. A titration kit includes a chemical compound to test for a particular substance. An autotitrator performs the process digitally, which speeds processing and reduces reading errors. Titrators are heavily used in petrochemical, food production, paper and pulp, and beer and wine industries.