New TQC Drying Time RecorderDigitally controlled flexibility
Paints are changing. New raw materials, cross linkers, additives and above all the switch from solvent borne to waterborne paints have changed drying times of modern paints. Despite this mechanical drying time recorders in the market haven’t changed for decades. With the release of the TQC Drying Time Recorder, drying time tests are future-proof.
The TQC Drying Time Recorder is a fully digitally controlled machine to define the different stages in the drying process of paints and coatings. The TQC Drying Time Recorder operates conform the BK (Beck Koller) method. Defining the final result or checking intermediate stages is very easy by means of the clear digital display and the intuitive interface.
The compact machine meets ASTM D5895, ISO 9117-4 and DIN EN 14022. The TQC Drying Time Recorder has six tracks, and comes with two robust and reusable glass beds of 100 X 350 X 3 mm. Optional are six narrow glass beds in special adapters.
The front panel of the TQC Drying