Moisture Analyzers Assist Liquid Metal Battery Maker

Profitably employed by Ambri, a manufacturer of liquid-metal batteries, Edgetech Instruments’ PPM1 trace moisture analyzer relies on a sensor based on proprietary P205 (phosphorous pentoxide) technology to provide accurate, long term trace moisture measurement at low parts-per-million by volume (PPMv) moisture levels.  The instrument is used to monitor various inert blanketing gases during the manufacturing of Ambri’s liquid metal batteries, as even small amounts of moisture can have an adverse effect on the results and performance. 


Ambri is developing an electricity storage solution that it believes will change the way electric grids are operated worldwide. The liquid-metal battery — was invented in the lab of Dr. Donald Sadoway, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. For more information, visit Ambri Inc. For more information about the Moisture Analyzer, visit Edgetech Instruments. contact:

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