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Visual Melting Point Apparatus MR-Vis

Visual Melting Point Apparatus (MRVIS+)

The Visual Melting Point Apparatus allows the researcher to get an indication of the compound or element’s purity. The entire operations of the melting point apparatus are controlled by the central processing unit and the printer provides the necessary prints of calibration and accurate, precision and repeatable results.

Labindia Melting Point has a micro-controller for temperature control, temperature range, heating rates, cooling time, etc. It also comes with state-of-the-art design and remarkable features. With guaranteed accurate results and superior quality functioning, Lab India’s Visual Melting Point Apparatus supersedes the other market players. 

One of the analytical techniques applied to the characterization of pure chemicals and pharmaceutical drugs (from raw material, to scale-up, to finished form) is the melting point (MP) determination. Carefully choosing the MP determination procedure is important for generating certifiable results for chemical quality control (QC) and quality assurance (QA).It is used in Analytical QC/QA laboratories, pharmaceutical labs and chemical analysis.

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Standard Features of Visual Melting Point Apparatus
  • State-of-the-art design, suitable for white as well as coloured samples in powdered form.
  • Instrument can detect melting range as well as melting point of various types of samples.
  • Magnified image of the sample can be viewed on a video monitor screen via CCD camera which helps observe physical changes.
  • GLP compliant printout with sample name, ID No., date, time etc. for authentication.
  • Calibration Mode - Built-in calibration facility for two-point auto calibration with USP standards.
  • Password protection for calibration mode.
  • Compliance with USP melting range procedure as per Class - I A & EP Method 2.2.60.
  • Graphical report of temperature v/s. light units with indications for start of melting & end of melting.
  • Can also detect the melting range as well as melting point of decomposed samples, as well as waxy and polymer samples.
  • Patented design.
  • Onscreen Parameter/ Result display facility(Optional).
Typical Specification
Microcontroller-based (Advanced version of microprocessor)
Furnace construction

Round Block

Temperature Sensor

PT100 (RTD)

Temperature Range

Ambient + 5°C to 350 °C

Temperature Readability


Heating Rates

0.2°C/min, -12.0°C/min

Max. Cooling Time from

350°Clo ambient (25 °C) 25 minutes {approx}

Accuracy of Detection of melting temperature

a) Ambient + 5°C to 200°c - ± 0.5°C
b) 200°c to 300°C - ± 0.8°C
c) Above 300°C - ± 1.4°C


a) Sample Size - 5 mg ( Approx.)
b) Sample Holder
i) Glass slide < = 1mm ± 0.02 mm thick. ii) Glass capillary tube with one end sealed{optional accessory)

Visual Image

1OX magnified image displayed on the monitor via CCD camera.


Alphanumeric splash water proof polyester soft keys


a) 20 x 2 line back lighted liquid crystal display {LCD).
b) Portable 7" B&W monitor to view magnified image of sample.
c) Colour CCD with colour monitor (optional).

Data storage

Non-volatile memory

Program storage

100 methods with parameters

Printer output

Centronix parallel port

Report format

GLP compliant - Selection of formats Including result report, graphics, calibration report and method Parameters.


230 VAC ±10%, 50Hz.

Modes of detection


Environmental Operating Conditions

a) Operation Indoor
b) Temperature Ambient to 45°C
c) Humidity 5 to 90% non-condensing