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Automatic refractometer ATR-L
laboratorybenchtopwith touchscreen

automatic refractometer
automatic refractometer
automatic refractometer
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Characteristics

Type
automatic
Applications
laboratory
Configuration
benchtop
Other characteristics
with touchscreen

Description

SCHMIDT + HAENSCH is proud to present a robust, multi-wavelength refractometer, capable of performing simple dispersion measurements at seven wavelengths over the full visible range. The digital, fully automatic spectral refractometer ATR L consists of an electronic unit separated from the robust stainless steel measuring unit. Checkpoints Measurement of solid samples possible Automatic dispersion measurement Seven wavelengths fixed with full range of visible light Automatic measurement of Abbe-number Ideal for research and development Able to discriminate ingredients with the same refractive index Powerful, internal Peltier temperature control guarantees the fastest measurements with highest accuracy Easy in Use A sample volume of 0.3 mL is sufficient for high precision measurements. The variety of sample compartment lids allows for the measurement of both solid and liquid samples. The refractometer is equipped with a Peltier thermostat for on-point sample tempering. Different combinations of customer-specified wavelengths are available. Applications The SCHMIDT + HAENSCH multi-wavelength refractometer ATR L can be used for the determination of product purity, hence it is ideally suited to control sample quality. Moreover, the material characterization can be used to identify high quality products like perfumes, wine, or other alcoholic beverages. As the instrument can measure solid samples, the quality control of hydrophobic and hydrophilic intraocular lenses (IOL) is possible.

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