Brauhaus Saalfeld uses Anderson-Negele turbidity measurers to monitor turbidity in the lauter tun.
The first and decisive step in purifying the wort takes place during lautering in the brewhouse. Too high solid concentrations, which can be caused by excessive husk ratios for example, can lead to fermentation problems and therefore to a reduction in the beer quality.
The inline turbidity measure has now become a widely used and recognised process for the automated monitoring of the solids concentration. However, in many places this process is still controlled by time and quantity, or even by visual inspection using an inspection glass. The Bürgerliche Brauhaus Saalfeld successfully uses the Anderson-Negele turbidity meter for control and monitoring during the purifying process.