Atago 4221 PAL-FM1 Digital Hand-Held "Pocket" Dried Fish Salt % Meter, 0.0~10.0%

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 The PAL-FM1 features convenient operation of direct measuring of salt in dried fish by the probe. It only takes 3 seconds to measure. However, measurements at different locations may be inconsistent, and such direct measurements may vary from measurements by dilution methods. 

Specifications
ModelPAL-FM1
Cat.No.4221
ScaleDried fish salt %
Range0.0~10.0%
(Automatic Temperature Compensation)
Resolution0.1%
Power Supply2 × AAA Batteries
International Protection ClassIP65 Water resistant
Dimensions & WeightMain Unit:55(W)×31(D)×109(H)mm
Electrode probe : Φ10×530mm (Cable length : applox.400mm)
Call 01463 830401 For A Quotation
  • SKU
    4221


Using a conductivity method of testing, the ATAGO Digital Salt-Meter is used for measuring the level of salinity in a solution of soluble materials.

The PAL-SALT Pocket Salt Meter is versatile with a wide range of 0.00-10.00%. The resolution is 0.01% up to 2.99% concentration. It is ATAGO’s first salt meter to come with the offset feature*.
*Offset feature use examples
#1. Program a dilution factor to automatically display the salt concentration of the original sample.
#2. Program a conversion factor to align the readings with titration methods.

 

3 easy steps

PAL-SALT /
SALT Mohr

  • Apply 2-3 drops onto the sensor section.
  • Start
    Press the START key.
  • Measurement value is displayed in 3 seconds.

Why measure salt content?

Adding salt is one of the most critical processes in food manufacturing as it has a significant effect on the color, taste, and texture of food.

ATAGO salt meters are ideal for quick and easy salinity checks on the production floor.

Recently, in addition to use in the production are, many companies are validating our salt meters as the preferred method in lab setting as well. Food scientists are choosing to limit the use of precipitation titration with harmful sliver nitrate (Mohr's method).

Because ATAGO salt meters are sage, fast, and simple.

Due to the difference in measurement principles, reading from the conductivity salt meters may not match up exactly with the reading by titration for certain samples. However, by creating a conversion table between the two testing methods, correlation between the set of results can be seen.

Unlike titration, no expensive and harmful chemical is involved in the measurement process.

ATAGO delivers the revolutionary salinity measurement solution that is both eco-friendly and cost-effective.

 

 

 

  • Measurement Range
    0.00 to 10.0% (g/100g) of salt concentration
  • Resolution
    0.01% for salt concentration of 0.00 to 2.99%
  • Measurement Accuracy
    Displayed value ±0.05% (for salt concentration of 0.00 to 0.99%)
  • Measurement Time
    3 seconds
  • Ambient Temperature (°C)
    10 to 40
  • Manufacturer
    Atago Co Ltd

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Card payments are only accepted from UK customers only.

Alternatively you can arrange to make a BACS payment , in which this detail will be provided on our proforma invoice. This option is available to UK customers and from our Export department

Using our preferred partner UPS we can ship nationally and internationally.

UK

DELIVERY COMMITMENTSERVICE DESCRIPTIONSERVICE

Same Day

Delivery time provided when order is placed

UPS Express Critical

1 Business Day

Delivery typically by 9:00 a.m.

UPS Express Plus

1 Business Day

Delivery typically by 10:30 a.m.

UPS Express

1 Business Day

Delivery by 12:00 noon

UPS Express Saver

Day-Definite by Date Scheduled

Delivery by end of day

UPS Standard


International

DELIVERY COMMITMENTSERVICE DESCRIPTIONSERVICE
EXPORT AND IMPORT (WHERE AVAILABLE)

1-2 Business Days

Delivery by 9:00 a.m.

UPS Express Plus

1-3 Business Days

Delivery typically by 10.30 a.m or 12:00 noon

UPS Express NA1

1-3 Business Days

Delivery typically by 10.30 a.m or 12:00 noon

UPS Express

1-3 Business Days

Delivery by end of day

UPS Worldwide Express Freight

1-3 Business Days

Delivery by 12:00 noon or 14:00, depending on destination postcode

UPS Worldwide Express Freight Midday

1-5 Business Days

Delivery by end of day

UPS Express Saver

2-5 Business Days

Delivery by end of day

UPS Expedited

Day Definite by date scheduled

Delivery during the day

UPS Standard


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  • Delivered Duty Unpaid (DDU): The seller fulfills his obligation to deliver when the goods have been made available at the named place. The seller bears the costs and risks involved in bringing the goods thereto but not the costs and risks of clearing customs.
  • Delivered Duty Paid (DDP): The seller fulfills his obligation to deliver when the goods have been made available at the named place in the country of importation. The seller has to bear the risks and cost, including duties, taxes and other charges of delivering the goods.

 

Transit Times and Costs

The Laboratory Store will offer 2 options when quoting for your convenience to choose from

  • Economy Service
  • Priority Service

both will have their separate transit times and associated costs for you to select when finalising your order.