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Digital refractometer DHR

digital refractometer
digital refractometer
digital refractometer
digital refractometer
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This handheld digital refractometer DHR by SCHMIDT + HAENSCH allows for rapid, on-site measurements of liquid substances with high or low viscosity. The full view of the LCD screen of the DHR displays reliable results with high precision (five digits) in 2 seconds. SCHMIDT + HAENSCH’s DHR can be used in agriculture, e.g. to determine the point of harvest, or in the automotive industry, e.g. to analyze defreezers. Checkpoints Ideal refractometer for fast, on-site analysis Specific scales for many applications 5-digit LCD display Measurement results in fewer than 2 s Easy in Use The sample is placed on a level surface and measurement results are returned within seconds. For example, with a hand refractometer it is quite simple to determine the point of harvest by measuring the sugar content in apples. A volume of 0.1 ml fruit juice is already sufficient for evaluation. The Brix scale is temperature compensated within +5 to 70 °C. Further scales are available upon request. Applications Handheld refractometers are most used in agriculture for point of harvest determination, as well as in the food and beverage industry. DHR models are available with two refractometer scales that can be used to analyze such materials as honey, wine, saline, glycol, and defreezers. Product in depth DHR by SCHMIDT + HAENSCH is a handheld refractometer which is CE certified and IP65 dustproof and water resistant. It comes with a well-designed case that will keep your handheld refractometer safe.


DHR 95
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Analytica China 2024
Analytica China 2024

18-20 Nov 2024 Shanghai (China)

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