Disintegration Testers

Disintegration testers built to perform.

disintegration testers Our disintegration testers are handmade by ERWEKA, the leading manufacturer of high quality, long lasting laboratory equipment. All of our disintegration equipment offers choice and individuality, and is designed with a specific workload in mind. Disintegration devices are part and parcel of any analytical laboratory, so choosing a machine that is reliable and capable is an important decision. Our entire range of disintegration testers can be supplied with Type A and Type B baskets, so just make your choice. Allowing TLS to service and supply your new and existing disintegration testers would be a pretty good idea. Our friendly and professional team are eager to help you in any way they can, and with over 20 years’ experience handling disintegration systems, we know all there is to know. Simply choose your desired machine from the options below and let us take care of the rest. Find out more about disintegration testers here.

Choosing disintegration testers that work for you

It all comes down to workload. If you have a high volume of samples, you’re going to need a disintegration tester that can handle the pace. Perhaps consider choosing some disintegration testers which offer automation and built in computing power, enabling automatic recording and printing of results, along with the ability to store test methods. If you only perform the occasional analysis, then manual disintegration testers are probably the safest bet. Both options can have uniform and/or individually controlled test stations, and Type A and/or Type B baskets too. If you require any help, selecting from our range of disintegration machines, please contact us and we will happily advise you on the best way forward. We can provide free quotations and advice with no obligations.


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Disintegration Testers – ZT 320 Series

The user friendly ZT 320 range of disintegration testers come with one to four individually operated test stations, each connected to an individual keypad for easy setting of the required run-time parameters as well as to start and stop the operation.