Digital refractometers

Our DR6000 series of digital refractometers deliver highly accurate and reproducible measurement results, offer semi-automatic and fully automatic working, and are easily integrated into existing laboratory workflows. There are three different model groups available for the different requirements of temperature control and automation options.

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Fast reliable measurement

  • Measurement up to an optical density of 3.0
  • Very short measurement time of approx. 1 s – the fastest polarimeters in the world!
  • Measurement with manual measurement time input or optimised measurement time thanks to automatic stability recognition
  • Reliable temperature compensation
  • Highest accuracy over the entire measurement range
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Easy filling and cleaning

  • Suitable tubes for any type of sample
  • Manual, semi-automatic or fully automatic sample supply
  • Chemical-resistant materials
  • Freely configurable cleaning procedures
  • Semi-automatic or fully automatic drying
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Intuitive operation

  • State-of-the-art touch-screen display
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  • Secondary scale for displaying a second measured value
  • Freely assignable shortcut keys for the most important functions
  • Easy, menu-driven adjustment
  • A selection of six languages (de, en, es, fr, it, pt)
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Complete documentation of measured values

  • Complete recording of all measured data as well as system and method settings in a tamper-proof data storage
  • Documentation of all measured values of the last 999 measurements with consecutive numbering
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Compliance with global standards

  • GMP/GLP
  • 21 CFR Part 11
  • Pharmacopoeias (USP, BP, JP, Ph. Eur.)
  • FDA, ISO, HACCP, OIML, ASTM, ICUMSA, NIST

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What is Refractometry?

Light moves at different speeds in materials of different densities. In a vacuum, it reaches 299 792 458 m/s, however in water “only” 225 000 000 m/s. If a ray of light with a defined wavelength strikes a boundary between one medium to another at a fixed angle, the angle of the ray will change according to the refractive indices of the media.

What is Refractometry?

Our customers

A.KRÜSS devices are used successfully by well-known companies worldwide.

 

Any Questions?

We will be glad to help.

A.KRÜSS Optronic GmbH
Alsterdorfer Str. 276-278
22297 Hamburg | Germany

Tel. +49 40 5143 17-0
Fax +49 40 5143 17-60

E-Mail sales-labor@kruess.com

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