Handheld refractometers HR serie
Handheld refractometer HRND
Handheld refractometer HRB92-T
Handheld refractometer HRB32-T and HRH30-T
Handheld refractometer HRB18-T
Mobile in use and proven a thousand times over
Handheld refractometers are barely bigger than a torch and can be used anywhere in mobile applications. They are especially easy to use, very robust and require no batteries. The devices differ mainly in the selectable scales, e.g. for the determination of the salt content, water content in honey, serum protein content, Oechsle, Brix and potential alcohol content as well as ethylene- and propylene glycol content. No manual conversion is required thanks to the scales and application errors are ruled out.
- Small size for mobile use
- Automatic temperature compensation
- High resolution of the scale areas
- Robust and compact design
- Easy calibration and adjustment
The handheld refractometers HR series are the ideal solution for the petrochemical, automotive, aviation, metal processing and food industries.
- Identity test and concentration determination
- Outgoing goods inspection
- Stability test
- Quality and purity control of raw materials and end products
- Determination of the sugar concentration
- Determination of water content in honey
- Examination of urine samples
For a comprehensive overview of typical applications visit our campus review Refractometer applications.
|Handheld refractometer||Scale||Measurement range||Measurement accuracy||Application|
|HRB10-T||BriBrix||0–10 %Brix||±0.1 %Brix||Determination of sugar content in fruit, grapes, juices, vegetables, foods and cooling liquids|
|HRB18-T||Brix||0–18 %Brix||±0.1 %Brix||Determination of sugar content in fruit, grapes, juices, vegetables, foods and cooling liquids|
|HRB32-T||Brix||0–32 %Brix||±0.2 %Brix||Determination of sugar content in fruit, grapes, juices, vegetables, foods and cooling liquids|
|HRB62-T||Brix||28–62 %Brix||±0.2 %Brix||Analysis of chemical and technical fluids, e.g. oils, greases, radiator fluids and lubricants|
|HRB82-T||Brix||45–82 % Brix||±0.2 %Brix||Analysis of highly concentrated sugar solutions as well as chemical and technical liquids, e.g. oils, fats, radiator fluids and lubricants|
Water content in honey
|58–92 %Brix |
12–27 % Water content in honey
|±0.5 %Brix |
±0.5 % Water content in honey
|Examination of highly concentrated sugar solutions as well as analysis of fats, lubricants and food. |
Examination of honey to the water content (according to guidelines of the German Beekeepers' Association).
Determination of the relative density with respect to the Baumé scale.
|HRB90||Brix (with thermometer 6–36 °C)||0–90 %Brix||±0.2 %Brix||Universal handheld refractometer for determining the sugar content of fruit, grapes, juices, vegetables, foods, oils, fats, coolants, lubricants and other sugary substances|
|HRH30-T||Water content in honey||12–30 % Water content in honey||±0.1 % Water content in honey||Examination of honey to the water content (according to guidelines of the German Beekeepers' Association).|
|HRND||Refractive index||1.3330–1.5170||±0.0005||Universal handheld refractometer for refractive indices. |
Measuring range covers the most frequent substances of the pharmacy requirement.
|0–10 % |
|Salt content determination (NaCl) in liquids, such as in seawater, in drinks and preservatives of food. |
Determination of the specific density of liquids at 20 °C with respect to water.
|HRS28-T||Salinity (NaCI)||0–28 %||±0.2 %||Salt content determination (NaCl) in liquids, such as in seawater, in drinks and preservatives of food.|
|HRM18-T||Refractive index |
Specific gravity of urine (UG)
|Examination of urine samples for refractive index, protein content and specific gravity.|
Potential alcohol content
|0–32 %Brix |
4.4–19 % Alcohol
|±0.2 %Brix |
±0.1 % Alcolhol
|Examination of grape must and alcoholic beverages.|
|HRKFZ-T||Ethylene and propylene glycol (antifreeze) |
|-50–0 °C |
|±5 °C |
|Determination of acid concentration in batteries and measurement of glycol content in coolants.|