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Fisher Chemical - Karl Fischer Titration - Aqualine

Our Fisher Chemical™ Aqualine™ Karl Fischer reagents portfolio is designed to provide accurate water content determination using volumetric or coulometric titration with unique benefits.

The Karl Fischer reaction is a robust, 75-years-old reaction.  As long as you have the reagents in the correct stoichiometry,  which Aqualine offers,  the reaction will work and the water content of the sample will be determined.

If you are doing volumetric titrations, coulometric titrations, or looking to calibrate their titrator, Fisher Chemical’s Aqualine products are the ideal solution for routine Karl Fischer applications.

Product portfolio

  • Aqualine Coulometric Range for low water content at ppm level
  • Aqualine Volumetric Range for high water content analysis
  • Aqualine Water Standards

Aqualine coulometric range performance

The performance of Fisher Chemical Aqualine Electrolyte A coulometric reagent was tested in terms of water recovery and titration. Results indicate that Aqualine coulometric reagents are fast and accurate with a stable endpoint.

Fisher Chemical Aqualine Complete 5 water recovery and speed titration performance were tested, using imidazole as base.

Key features

  • Safe: Low toxicity and pyridine free
  • Convenient: Volumetric reagents are available as a one or two component solution
  • Reliable: Fast and stable endpoints ensure reliable and accurate results
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