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Bulk Density Meters conforming to ISO, ASTM, ISO Standard & USP II Standards

Model 2503
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MODEL 2503

  • the Bulk Density Meter, Model BDM 2503 (or Tap Density Tester, or Tamping Density Volumeter) is a general purpose instrument that can be used to measure the Apparent Bulk Density (or Tamping Density) of any dry free-flowing Powders, Crystals, Granules, Particles or Flakes like Tea, Coffee Powder, Chicory Powder, Instant Coffee, Milk Powder, Soup Powder, Sugar, Rice, Wheat, Cereals, Flour, Wood Particles, Pigments, Metallic Powders, Chemicals, Resins, etc
  • this Bulk Density Meter generally conforms to the standards laid down in International Standards ISO 787/11, ASTM B 527 -93 (Reapproved 1997), ISO Standard and USP II
  • the Bulk Density is measured as (XXX) CCs per (YYY) Gm. The Volume of a standard weight of the product, as can be read off the graduations of the Measuring Cylinder (or Flask), after jogging the product in the Measuring Cylinder (or Flask) by a preset or selected number of strokes, is a measure of the Apparent Bulk Density (or Tamping Density) of the product
  • this Bulk Density Meter lifts and abruptly drops a Pan holding a 250 CC Measuring Cylinder (or Flask) through a precise amplitude of 3 mm at about 250 Strokes per Minute, through a Saw Tooth pattern of reciprocating motion and by a preset number of strokes, selected according to the characteristics of the material, accuracy required and the objectives of the measurement. The number of strokes can be set anywhere between 1 and 9999. The default number of strokes, as set in the factory prior to despatch is 250, according to ISO, ASTM, ISO Standard and USP II Standards
  • the Bulk Density measurements obtained using this Meter will match with any other Bulk Density Meter made anywhere conforming to the ISO and ASTME Standards
  • this Bulk Density Meter is particularly useful for Research, Design work, Process Control and Quality Control
  • for specific applications, other custom-made models can be supplied with a Measuring Cylinder (or Flask) of larger or smaller capacity and with a stroke of a larger or smaller amplitude


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