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KSV Sigma 701 tensiometer available from Scientific Solutions

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Scientific Solutions  has a distribution agreement with KSV Instruments, Finland as the national Australian and New Zealand distributor of all KSV products.

Sigma 701 is a multipurpose tensiometer based on the Sigma 700 but equipped with a more sensitive microbalance optimised for a different range of applications.

Sigma 701 can be upgraded from basic tensiometer to fully-equipped R&D workhorse to cover many of the mass-based methods you might need.

Sigma 701 can run two dispensers simultaneously for CMC measurements and the high resolution balance make it possible to measure single fibres only a few microns in diameter.

The Sigma 701 is an ideal tool for those looking for a high performance with high resolution, user-friendly, standard tensiometer as well as for anyone looking for exacting performance and precision in high-end applications requiring resolution higher than that traditionally available.


  • Large working space – wide opening doors
  • Dispenser and inert-gas ports
  • LED illumination of measuring compartment
  • Built in stirrer – no moving parts – no magnetic field during measurement
  • Built in connectors for temperature and pH sensors
  • Auto-locking and auto-calibrating microbalance
  • Static charge eliminator
  • High speed/extended length movement of sample stage
  • Small and light measuring capability (e.g. single fibres)
  • Thermal separation space between balance and measuring compartment
  • Removable measuring compartment for customized future measuring options such as Langmuir studies, high temperature applications, bursting membrane tests and X-Y sample positioning
  • Enlarged pull-down sub-window for on-line viewing of selected data
  • Optional synchronised dual dispenser software for dilution CMC measurements of highly concentrated solutions.

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