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Process refractometer iPR HR²
automaticfor the food industryfor the pharmaceutical industry

process refractometer
process refractometer
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Characteristics

Type
automatic
Applications
for the food industry, for the pharmaceutical industry, process
Configuration
in-line

Description

SCHMIDT + HAENSCH is proud to present the in-Line Process Refractometer High Resulution 2 model. This inline refractometer is perfect for all applications where a measuring needs to be as precise as laboratory testing. The iPR-HR2 is unrivaled in accuracy and can most certainly be claimed the world’s most precise process sensor. With a special water cooling system, the iPR-HR2 not only allows measuring in hot process environments and cleaning in place (CIP) – it also and ensures reliable measurements throughout its long product life span. Checkpoints World’s most precise process sensor with a broad variety of applications Equals laboratory analysis perfect reliability in even the toughest process conditions and testing of aggressive chemicals simple and certified calibration of the highest standards Technically easy to implement and low-cost connections compliant with international food & beverage regulations and standards Easy in Use This device helps you to perfectly monitor and control your production process. Similar to laboratory refractometers iPR-HR2 is a stand alone process sensor with an integrated, illuminated display, which does not require an external electronic unit. Its special design and electronic configuration makes it highly flexible and very easy to operate. Connecting and programming the device using Windows software is also very simple. Optionally, a data logger is available.

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