These optical analytic sensors from Anderson-Negele continuously measure the refractive index in °Brix, Plato or nD quickly, precisely and automatically.
Integrated process refractors can analyze liquids, fruit preparations and creams in in the beverage and juice industries, dairies, breweries, wine production and other food businesses. The inline analysis of media based on density or concentration offers many advantages in various sanitary applications.
Monitor the concentrate, dosage control for a constant sugar content when blending the final product, and quality control in the bottling of various beverages and foods:
In many dairies, spray drying is an efficient method to obtain high-quality whey powder from milk or other milk products.
Through continuous measurement of the Brix or Plato value during wort boiling, the specified value of the original wort can be monitored.
If water enters the glycol circuit due to leaks in the cooling system, this is not visible to the naked eye.
The IRM-11 is Anderson-Negele’s in-line refractometer designed for use in dairy, food, and beverage processing applications.
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