Drum-type Gas Meters
RITTER drum gas meters can be used universally for measuring the volume of flowing gases, especially for small and medium flow rates, e.g. in laboratories, where the highest level of precision is required. Highest measuring accuracy of ±0.5% over the entire measuring range.Read More
The MilliGascounters (MGC) are designed for the volumetric measurement of the smallest amounts of gas with ultra-low flow rates. They are suitable for measurement of all inert, slightly corrosive gases such as biogas and aggressive gases as well as for volumetric leak detection.
Biogas Batch Fermentation System
The RITTER Biogas Batch Fermentation System allows the investigation of fermentation processes with up to 16 uniformly tempered fermentation bottles in a heating oven at the same time and automatic measurement with data acquisition in real time.Read More
Analyze up to 4 different gases in only one table-top casing simultaneously with 3 modules. The modular components enable flexible adaptation of the measuring system to individual measuring tasks.
Bellows-type Gas Meters
RITTER Bellows-type Gas Meters are applicable for measuring the volume of flowing inert and dry gases and are particularly effective at high gas flows. The major advantage of volumetric gas meters is that the volume is directly measured by the principle of displacement.Read More
RITTER Data Acquisition Software »RIGAMO« for Microsoft Windows is used for data acquisition of gas volume and flow rate from up to 24 RITTER gas meters. Supports graphical and tabular display of measurement data and export of stored data to Microsoft Excel®.Read More
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Gas Sampling Bags
RITTER Gas Sampling Bags have been specifically designed for easy and reliable collection of air & gas samples. The non-permeable, opaque and chemically inert properties of the bags ensure that the collected gases remain uncontaminated and unaltered.Read More