BrauBeviale Nuremberg: a new refractometer, analytical sensors, IO-Link and a new stand design generated a lot of interest. Here you can find some impressions of a trade fair with many novelties.
14 Nov 2019
The new inline refractometer IRM-11 was the focus of the trade fair and was very well received. For further information on how the IRM-11 can also make your processes more efficient and cost-effective through continuous automatic measurement just click here.
Anderson-Negele always has the right answer to the question "How do you distinguish between different media" such as juices in different concentrations, filtered and unfiltered beer or lye and water? With the https://www.anderson-negele.com/uk/p/refractometer/irm-11-refractometer/, the turbidity meter ITM-51 and the conductivity meter ILM-4, high-precision sensors are available for more efficiency and safety in processes.
The extensive variety of measurement technology and adaptations was highlighted by the new stand design and gave visitors a comprehensive overview of the multitude of possible configurations in all product areas.
IO-Link as an additional interface - this is the concept of Flex Hybrid technology, where both digital and analog data transmission are available as required. This future-oriented concept is already used for the sensors of the modular platform ITM-51 (turbidity), ILM-4 (conductivity) and NSL-F (level), further sensors are under development.
Also mascot ANNE could be pleased about many visitors and admirers.