Analyser for determining and documenting the hydrogen content in aluminium melts according to the principle of the first bubble. Within the framework of the process, a sample crucible in the crucible chamber is filled with approx. 80 gr. of the melt to be tested. A vacuum is then created and when the first bubble rises, the caster acknowledges this by visual inspection and the software determines the corresponding hydrogen content on the basis of the criteria: Alloy, temperature, vacuum and time.
Tabular overview of the current measurements with sample identification and measurement result.
User-related identification of each measurement (e.g. "article", "customer", "batch", "furnace", "alloy", etc.) with plausibility check
Self-configurable selection or validation lists can simplify sample identification and avoid input errors.
Automatic measured value identification for frequently recurring entries, e.g. for follow-up measurements
During the measurement process, the relevant parameters (vacuum, temperature, time) are recorded and simultaneously displayed on the monitor.
The results of the hydrogen measurement (vacuum, temperature, duration, H2 content ccm/100 g) - together with the sample identification - are stored in a local database.
Search and filter function for all stored measurements
Hydrogen measurements can be subsequently supplemented with additional data (e.g. VAC-Test) and a comment
If a density index analysis system is connected to this device, VAC-Test measurements can also be documented separately (without a hydrogen measurement)
Printout of measurements on a local or network printer (if available)
Customised software adaptations are of course possible
Secured system ("kiosk mode"). No access to the operating system for the operator
Manual backup of measurements on USB data carrier
Further individual functionalities are possible when connected to a network, e.g.:
We provide a 24-month warranty. The prerequisite for this is annual servicing by IDECO GmbH. (12-month warranty with 3-shift operation)