MP55 Melting Point System from METTLER TOLEDO

Automatic, repeatable, and accurate slip melting point measurements at your fingertips.

Simply to the point

METTLER TOLEDO’s MP55 melting point system offers everything required for easy and automatic determination of melting and slip melting points.

The MP55 is the perfect starter model and provides much more than what can be anticipated from a regular melting point device:

  • Concurrent determination of up to three melting range or melting point samples, or two slip melting point samples
  • Compact printer
  • Video recording
  • VGA color touchscreen

Specifications

Source: METTLER TOLEDO

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Temperature Range RT – 300 °C
Number of One Clicks™ 12
Application Type Melting Point; Slip Melting Point
Data Export No
Heating Rate (/min) 0.1 °C – 20 °C
Cooling time (300 °C to 50 °C) 4 min
Heating time (50 °C to 300 °C) (min) 3
Number of Capillaries (2) 2 Slip Melting Point Capillaries; 3 Melting Point Capillaries
PDF Reports No
Stored Methods 0
Stored Results 10
User Management Multiple Users
Substances in database 0
Video color, 60 minutes
Material Number(s) 30321330

 

Reliable results

Continuous visual observation is not required. Time-intensive and error-prone manual measurement is replaced by the automatic detection of digital image analysis and transmission intensity.

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One Click™ user interface

Thanks to the huge color display and touch screen equipped with the intuitive One Click™ user interface, both training and operator influence are minimized. Rapid familiarization is ensured with the general user interface for all analytical laboratory instruments.

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Maximum efficiency

Concurrent measurement of up to three samples for a melting point or melting range, or up to two samples for slip melting point, saves precious effort and time of the users. Brief cooling and heating times enable more analyses to be carried out in a shorter duration.

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Video is recorded

Visual data is stored for unsupervised measurements. The high-resolution videos can be easily replayed on the instrument at any time, enabling the verification of the measurement integrity.

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