In this design, the glycomat was the first measuring instrument on the market and for decades has been the tried-and-tested workshop device for the coolant circuit.
High measuring accuracy (we measure differences of a thousandth of a gram), great ergonomics, independent temperature compensation and a sturdy plastic housing are what make this device so successful and popular.
In the standard versions for automotive coolant circuits we measure monoethylenglycol (MEG) Item no. 1100, monoethylenglycol with glycerine Item no. 1110 and, for coolant circuits in industrial and solar plants, propylene glycol (MPG) Item no. 3100.
Established on this foundation we manufacture special models of all kinds for our customers.
This includes for instance special housing colours, logo imprints, labelling and packaging design (cardboard, blister) and instruction manuals.
Product sheets and instruction manuals can be downloaded for all standard products in a multitude of languages.