NG-CureMate 750 - Climatic Curing Chamber has inner and outer structure made entirely in AISI 304 stainless steel. Up to six extractable shelves (600 x 800 mm, 40 kg max. load) can be fitted. Four shelves are supplied as standard, made of plasticized steel. With 6 shelves it may contain up to 24 molds.
ASTM D792 is a standard test method for the density and specific gravity of plastics by displacement. This test method outlines procedures for determining solid plastics' density and specific gravity in forms such as sheets, rods, tubes, or moulded items. The method involves the measurement of the mass and volume of a test specimen and then calculating its density and specific gravity. It helps ensure that the density and specific gravity values reported for plastic materials are accurate and reliable, making it easier to compare different materials and identify potential properties variations.
To comply with ASTM D792, the equipment used for measuring the density and specific gravity of plastics must have accuracy and precision and be calibrated regularly to ensure reliable results.
NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems comply with ASTM D792 standard.
ISO 2781 is an international standard that specifies a method for determining the density of solid materials by the hydrostatic weighing method. It outlines the procedures for determining the density of both regular and irregular-shaped objects, including powders and granular materials.
NextGen's Digital Densimeter Systems are specifically designed to measure the density of solid materials using the hydrostatic weighing method, which complies with ISO 2781. ISO 2781 is commonly used in the plastics industry to ensure quality control of plastic materials and in research and development to characterize new materials. Compliance with this standard is important for companies involved in producing, processing, and using plastic materials, as it ensures the accuracy and consistency of density measurements.
NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems comply with ISO 2781 Standard.
ISO 1183 is an international standard that defines the methods for determining the density of solid plastics. The standard specifies the general procedures to be used for the determination of the density of both solid and cellular plastics using displacement or immersion methods. The standard is widely used in the rubber industry to ensure that the materials used meet certain quality and performance requirements.
NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems comply with ISO 1183 standard. The systems use the displacement method, which involves measuring the volume of a test sample and then dividing it by its weight.
What are the advantages? NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems are fully automated, which reduces the risk of errors and ensures consistent results. Moreover, they provide measurements within a few minutes. Additionally, the systems require very little sample preparation, making them ideal for use in high-throughput applications.
GB/T1033 is a Chinese national standard that specifies the methods for determining the density of solid plastics in various forms, including moulded articles, sheets, and films. It is a critical quality control parameter for plastic manufacturers as it affects the performance and properties of plastic products. The standard outlines various procedures for sample preparation, such as the selection of sample size, the method of cleaning the sample, and the removal of surface moisture. The standard also provides guidance on how to determine the density of materials with varying shapes and sizes. The displacement method is one of the most commonly used methods for determining the density of plastics & rubber.
GB/T 1033 recommends using pycnometers, hydrostatic balances, and density meters to measure the density of liquids and solids. The standard provides specific requirements and test procedures for each of these instruments to ensure accurate measurements.
NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems comply with GB/T1033 standard.
NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems are designed to test rubber, plastic, tire, shoe materials, macromolecule, composite materials, elastic materials, conveyer belt, transmission belt, soft synthetic leather, leather and many other materials.
GB/T 2951 is a Chinese national standard that specifies the methods of testing the insulation and sheath of electric cables and optical cables. The standard is equivalent to the international standard IEC 60811-1-1.
GB/T 2951 specifies the procedures for determining the insulation and sheath thickness, tensile strength, elongation at break, aging, hot set, heat shock, and other relevant properties of electric cables and optical cables. It deifnes the test conditions, sample preparation, and measurement techniques required to carry out these tests, as well.
The GB/T 2951 standard is important for ensuring the safety and reliability of electric cables and optical cables used in various industries, including telecommunications, power transmission, and construction.
NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems comply with GB/T2951 standard.
JIS K6268 is a Japanese industrial standard that outlines the method for determining the density of solid plastic materials. It specifies using a hydrostatic method to determine the density of plastics. The method involves weighing a specimen of known volume in air, immersing it in water, and weighing it again. The difference in weight is used to calculate the density of the plastic specimen.
NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems are designed to measure the density of various solid materials, including plastic. Our systems are equipped with a precision balance and a sample holder that allows the user to measure the mass and volume of the sample accurately. The system then calculates the density of the sample using the mass and volume measurements.
NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems comply with the JIS K6268 standard because they are designed to measure the density of solid plastic materials using a hydrostatic method. The systems are equipped with the necessary tools and instruments to accurately measure the density of plastic materials, complying with the JIS K6268 standard.
GB/T208 is a Chinese national standard that specifies the method for testing the density of solid materials. The standard outlines the procedure for measuring the density of materials using the displacement method. This involves measuring the volume of the displaced liquid when the sample is submerged in a liquid of known density.
NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems are designed to measure the density of solid materials using various methods, including but not limited to the displacement method. Our systems are equipped with advanced features such as temperature control, automatic calculation of density, and data storage capabilities.
NextGen Material Testing Digital Densimeter Systems meet the compliance requirements according to GB/T208. The systems are designed and calibrated to provide accurate density measurements in accordance with the standard's testing procedure. Moreover, the company conducts rigorous testing and quality control measures to ensure the reliability and accuracy of its products.
GB/T5163 is the Chinese national standard for "Test methods for specific gravity of plastics." It specifies the procedures for determining the specific gravity of plastics using various methods, such as hydrostatic and densimeter methods.
NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems are designed to measure the density of materials, including plastics, complying with various international standards. Our Digital Densimeter Systems use the hydrostatic weighing method to accurately determine a sample's density, a widely accepted technique for determining specific gravity.
NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems are super accurate, which makes them suitable for use in industries that require precise measurements, such as plastics manufacturing, automotive, and aerospace. The digital densimeter systems are easy to operate.
NextGen Material Testing Digital Densimeter Systems comply with GB/T5163 and several other international standards, making them a reliable choice for businesses seeking accurate density measurements.
GB/T 1933 is a standard used in China to specify the methods for determining the density of solid plastics. It is applicable to solid plastics in the form of a block, sheet, rod, tube, or other shapes. This standard describes three methods for measuring the density of solid plastics: the water displacement method, the liquid pycnometer method, and the gas comparison pycnometer method.
NextGen’s Digital Densimeter Systems are upgraded multi-function density measurement instruments that had undergone and extensive researched and developed phase for optimal test results.
NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems are specifically designed to measure the density of various materials, including solid plastics. NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems do comply with the GB/T 1933 standard. These systems are designed to meet various international standards, including the ones used in China, ensuring that they provide accurate density measurements for solid plastics.
The NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems work on Archimedes' principle, which states that the upward buoyant force exerted on an object immersed in a fluid equals the weight of the fluid displaced by the object. In other words, the densimeter measures the weight of an object in air, and then in liquid, and by comparing the two values, it determines the density of the liquid.
The densimeter consists of a balance beam with a sample holder on one end and a reference weight on the other. The sample holder can be filled with the liquid whose density is to be measured. The balance beam is then immersed in a container filled with a reference liquid of known density, usually water. The densimeter takes the weight of the sample in air, and then it is immersed in the reference liquid. The weight reading changes as the buoyant force on the sample changes. The densimeter then calculates the density of the sample by comparing the two readings.
NextGen Digital densimeter systems have numerous applications in different industries, thanks to their precision and accuracy in measuring the density of liquids and solids. Here are 5 key applications of these systems:
NextGen Material Testing Digital Densimeter Systems measure density by the buoyancy method, also known as Archimedes' principle. The weight of an object in a fluid is reduced by an amount equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object. This principle is used to determine the density of solids and liquids.
A sample of the material is placed in a measuring cell. The measuring cell is then immersed in a fluid of known density, typically water or air, and the system measures the weight of the sample in the fluid. Based on the measured weight and the known density of the fluid, the system calculates the density of the sample.
NextGen's Digital Densimeter system is highly accurate and can measure densities with a precision of up to four decimal places. The process is automated and easy to use.
You can order a Digital Densimeter System with additional features like temperature control, automatic liquid dispensing, and measurement of other physical properties such as refractive index and viscosity.
The accuracy of NextGen's Digital Densimeter Systems varies depending on the model and the type of material being measured.
The system's accuracy is affected by various factors, such as the sample size, temperature, viscosity, and the presence of any air bubbles in the sample. Samples must be prepared and handled carefully to ensure the most accurate measurements, following the measurement procedure closely.
The typical accuracy of the Digital Densimeter Systems ranges from 0.001 g/cm³ to 0.0001 g/cm³, with a repeatability of 0.0001 g/cm³ to 0.00001 g/cm³. This accuracy level is achieved through advanced measurement technologies, such as oscillating U-tube and the Archimedean buoyancy method.
Furthermore, at NextGen Material Testing, we adhere to strong quality control processes to ensure that our Digital Densimeter Systems fulfill the necessary accuracy criteria. We also offer calibration and verification services to ensure that their equipment is accurate.
The precision of the instrument's components, the stability of the measuring environment, and the operator's skill all impact the repeatability of a digital densimeter. Digital densimeters provide automatic measurement and data processing capabilities that limit the risk of human mistakes to minimize variances caused by operator approaches. A measuring instrument's repeatability refers to its capacity to deliver consistent and identical findings for repeated measurements of the same sample.
The repeatability of Digital Densimeter Systems is typically within 0.0001 g/cm³, or 0.1 kg/m³, depending on the model and type of sample being tested. This is achieved through a combination of advanced technology, including digital measurement, automatic temperature compensation, and calibration protocols.
In addition to the internal mechanisms that ensure accuracy and repeatability, the user can also take steps to optimize the repeatability of the instrument. These include proper sample handling, cleaning and maintenance of the instrument, and calibration checks on a regular basis.
No, Digital Densimeter Systems are only designed for determining the density of solid materials because their functioning is based on Archimedes' principle, which states that the buoyant force exerted on a body immersed in a fluid is equal to the weight of the displaced fluid.
The rubber testing process involves measuring the density of a rubber compound to ensure that it meets the required specifications. The density of a rubber compound affects its mechanical and physical properties, such as tensile strength, elongation, and hardness. Digital Densimeter Systems from NextGen Material Testing can accurately measure the density of rubber compounds.
Similarly, the plastic testing process also requires measuring the density of plastic materials, as it is an important factor in determining the quality and performance of the plastic. Digital Densimeter Systems from NextGen Material Testing can accurately measure the density of plastic materials, including thermoplastics, thermosets, and elastomers.
Yes, NextGen Material Testing Digital Densimeter Systems can measure the density, specific gravity, and volume value of solid, granular, and floating objects, and colloids.
For powders, a sample is placed in a container that is weighed, and the weight is recorded. The container is then placed in the densimeter, and the system calculates the volume of the powder by measuring the displacement of a liquid, as with liquids and gases. The density is then calculated by dividing the weight of the sample by its volume.
For solids, the process is similar, but the sample is usually shaped into a regular geometric shape to ensure accurate measurement of volume. The sample is placed in the densimeter, and the system calculates its volume by measuring its dimensions. The density is then calculated by dividing the weight of the sample by its volume.
Here are the features & functions of NextGen’s Digital Densimeter Systems:
The NG-DM-A series is a range of high-accuracy digital densimeters that provide a wide range of material testing needs. They have a capacity range from 150g to 3000g with an accuracy of 0.001g/cm3 down to 0.0002g/cm3. The densimeter is suitable for rubber, plastic, tire, shoe materials, macromolecule, composite materials, elastic materials, conveyer belts, transmission belts, soft synthetic leather, and leather. The digital densimeter systems are upgraded multi-function density measurement instruments that offer instant density reading values.
The NG-DM-A series densimeters have been commonly used in virtually all rubber testing facilities. They have a large tank design that decreases inaccuracy caused by the supporting wire's buoyancy, high capacity injection moulding PC water tank, and special windproof and dustproof cover designed to make the structure more convenient and durable.
The standard accessories for NextGen’s Digital Densimeter Systems are:
NextGen's Digital Densimeter Systems have a temperature range of 10°C to 40°C and a relative humidity range of 10% to 95%. Maintaining the sample and instrument at a constant temperature during the measurement process is a must because temperature changes can affect the sample's density. NextGen's Digital Densimeter Systems have a built-in temperature compensation feature that minimizes the effects of temperature fluctuations during the measurement process.
Remember to keep the instrument in a temperature and humidity stable environment. Condensation might form in the sample chamber due to high humidity, reducing measurement accuracy. As a result, the systems should be kept dry, and the sample chamber should be wiped clean after each measurement.
You can use an air conditioner or dehumidifier to control the temperature and humidity range of the machine. Calibration should be performed at a temperature and humidity range that is similar to the range in which the instrument will be used.
The NG-DM-A Series provides high-accuracy digital Densimeters for various material testing applications. These sleek and compact densimeter devices have capacities ranging from 150g to 3000g with precision ranging from 0.001g/cm3 to 0.0002g/cm3.
NextGen offers multiple models of Digital Densimeter Systems, each with its unique features and specifications. For example, the ND-1200 model is designed for measuring the density of solid materials such as rubber and plastic, while the ND-1700 model is optimized for liquids and gases.
Some models can measure densities as low as 0.0001 g/cm³, while others can measure densities as high as 300 g/cm³. The measurement accuracy and repeatability can also vary between models, with some models offering higher levels of precision than others.
Additionally, the sample size requirements and measurement times can differ between models, with some models requiring smaller sample sizes and providing faster measurement times.
DIN 53516 is a standard that specifies a method for determining the abrasion resistance of rubber compounds. The test involves rotating a cylindrical rubber specimen against a rotating abrasive wheel under specified conditions of pressure, speed, and abrasive material. The amount of abrasion is determined by measuring the mass loss of the specimen or the volume of the wear scar.
DIN 53516 is used in the rubber industry to assess the performance of rubber materials in applications where wear resistance is a critical factor. Examples include automotive tires, conveyor belts, and footwear.
The test findings are presented in terms of sample volume loss in cubic millimeters (mm3). The lesser the volume loss, the greater the rubber material's abrasion resistance. The test findings can also be used to compute the abrasion resistance index (ARI), which is a relative assessment of the material's abrasion resistance.
NextGen Digital Densimeter Systems function In accordance with DIN 53516 standard. Offers the function of calculating average value for multigroup data.
Rubber, plastic, tire, shoe materials, macromolecule, composite materials, elastic materials, conveyor belts, transmission belts, soft synthetic leather, leather, and many other materials can be tested by densimeter. The Digital Densimeter Systems from NextGen are enhanced multi-function density measurement equipment that has been thoroughly investigated and designed for optimal test results. Density meter systems provide instant density readings. They also provide relative volume abrasion loss for DIN, ARI, and AKRON. Rates of expansion, quality, and volume change can also be displayed. These Densimeters are widely utilized in almost all rubber testing labs.
The Overall size is: 395x195x330mm (15.55x7.7x13-inch)
The Product size is: 210x195x185mm (8.3x7.7x7.3-inch)
In Europe, the standard voltage is 230 volts and the standard frequency is 50 hertz. The power supply is designed to provide this voltage and frequency to various electrical devices and appliances.
These devices require a stable and reliable power supply to function properly and provide accurate measurements. It is important to ensure that the power supply meets the necessary specifications and is compatible with the device.
Digital densimeter systems typically have a wide input voltage range, which means they can operate with a variety of power supply voltages.
NextGen’s Digital Densimeter Systems Power Supply is AC 100V-240V 50HZ/60HZ in accordance with North American and European standards.
The Curemate 550 is our horizontal climatic curing cabinet which doubles as a work bench. The Curemate 550 can maintain temperature of +15°C to +30°C (± 1°C) while maintaining humidity between 80%-100%.