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Analyze The Flow Rate Of Molten Thermoplastics With Presto’s Melt Flow Index Tester – NXG Model

Melt Flow Index-DxMany industrial units deal in manufacturing plastic products. These plastic goods are used on a large scale due to its various features like versatility, durability, non-reactive to chemicals, etc. Due to its wide usage, it is necessary to measure and examine the quality of plastics before using it for the final production. Due to the outstanding mechanical, physical and chemical properties of plastics, it is considered as the best substitute for other conventional materials that are used for different applications.  This has raised the demand of the plastic materials to a standard level. Along with the high- demand of the plastics, there is a great need to measure the quality of the plastics because clients always require the best quality of plastic products.  The best testing machine to measure the quality of the plastic is MFI tester.

When you are looking for the excellent quality of Melt Flow Index Tester for Thailand, Presto Stantest offers best quality testing options to analyze the quality of the plastics. One of the best testing machines that efficiently measure the quality of plastics by determining the flow rate of thermoplastics is Presto’s Melt Flow Index Tester. Presto offers two models of MFI tester i.e. deluxe model and NXG model. The instrument offers highly accurate results.

Features of Melt Flow Index Tester

  • Best to determine the Melt Flow Rate for Thermoplastics.
  • Provided with Latest touch screen facility and user-friendly controls.
  • Perfectly designed for automatic calculation of Melt Flow Rate
  • The facility of Auto cutting of sample is provided.
  • Easy changeability of weights is possible.
  • Equipped with Digital PID temperature controller that ensures accuracy.
  • Preset digital timer is provided with the machine.

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