A.KRUESS DR6000 series Digital Laboratory Refractometers

Category: KRUESS Optronic - Optical Laboratory Instruments
Manufacturer: A.KRUESS Optronic
Created by: Keith Gosden

Applications

  • Food and beverages
  • Sugar / sweeteners
  • Chemicals
  • Flavours and fragrances
  • Petrochemicals
  • Cosmetics / hygiene
  • Metalworking
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Water / effluent
  • Education / research
  • Purity control
  • Quality control

Features

  • Bright touchscreen display with intuitive operation in 6 languages
  • Very efficient integrated Peltier temperature regulation with high precision (T-Models)
  • Fast and easy cleaning of the probe
  • High resolution LED with 100.000 hour service life
  • Very quiet operation
  • Compact powder-coated metal housing
  • 99 different methods and customer tables (individual tables can be set)
  • Data display of all important settings and measurements
  • User management functionality (password-protected) can be activated
  • Measurement database for data storage
  • USB interface for data export and firmware updates and for connecting keyboard or barcode scanner
  • RS-232 interface for serial printer
  • Ethernet interface for direct connection to a PC (with possibility of remote maintenance via internet)
  • PDF-export
  • Direct printing possible on a PostScript-enabled network printer
  • Full cGMP/GLP capability: password protection, data backup, automatic printout or data output in CSV-format
  • Meets the relevant international standards such as Pharmacopoeia, OIML, ASTM D1218 and D1747
  • NIST-compliant calibration certificate
  • IQ/OQ/PQ-commissioning possible
  • Extremely low maintenance and long life
  • 3 year warranty with registration

For more information and full technical specifications please download our product brochure or visit the KRUESS website

Industries Pharma & Life Science, Food & Beverage, Forensics, Environmental, Flavours & Fragrances
Techniques Optical Lab Instruments

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