FT-IR analyzer Lyza 5000 Winebeveragebenchtopautomatic

FT-IR analyzer
FT-IR analyzer
FT-IR analyzer
FT-IR analyzer
FT-IR analyzer
FT-IR analyzer
FT-IR analyzer
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Characteristics

Measured entity
beverage
Configuration
benchtop
Other characteristics
automatic, multi-parameter, FT-IR

Description

The FTIR analyzer you have been waiting for The novel multi-parameter FTIR analyzer Lyza 5000 Wine is your solution for the analysis of wine, must and must in fermentation. Fast measurements for a multitude of parameters ensure you have all the information you need during all steps of wine production. Thanks to a quick setup and pre-installed models all important results for wine analysis, including ethanol, sugars, and acid profile are just a tap away. Lyza 5000 Wine can be used as a stand-alone device, automated for high throughput, or connected to your benchmark instruments – Anton Paar density meters and alcohol meters – for the most powerful wine analysis. Key Features More than 13 parameters are just a tap away •Receive results for more than 13 parameters for wine and must including ethanol, sugars, and acid profile in a single measurement. •Minimal measurement times of less than one minute allow for high sample throughput and fast reaction times. •Easily handle single measurements, adjustment of models, or even complex measurement routines with the user-friendly touchscreen interface. •Lyza 5000 Wine performs all data analysis automatically – there’s no need for an external PC. •Integrate Lyza 5000 Wine into your LIMS system for the highest degree of automation. The most powerful wine analysis system •Manual filling allows quick and easy stand-alone operation in small wine laboratories. •Enhance your sample throughput via automation with Xsample 520 at an affordable price.
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