Inline measuring instrument Beer Monitor 5500/5600
CO2 concentrationalcohol contentdigital

inline measuring instrument
inline measuring instrument
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Measured value
CO2 concentration, alcohol content
process, for beer, for hygienic applications
Other characteristics
high-precision, continuous, inline


A modern classic – quality control with over 20 years of experience Inline beer monitoring is essential in a modern brewing process in order to increase the reliability and efficiency of the process. The new Beer Monitor 5500 and Beer Monitor 5600 are highly accurate instruments for continuous monitoring of key parameters such as alcohol content, apparent and real extract, original extract, and the CO2 concentration of a wide range of beer styles: from traditional lagers to low-alcohol or alcohol-free beers, double bocks, FMBs/FABs, ciders, shandies, gluten-free beers, and many more. Both monitors use digital signal processing and come with a new mechanical design to deliver stable, drift-free results and help keep your production highly efficient. Key Features Two system configurations to suit your requirements Beer Monitor 5500 Density and sound velocity sensor combined with a p/T (volume expansion) CO2 measurement •Low maintenance – depending on the operating conditions maintenance is required on average every 6 to 18 months •Product-specific setups at the best value •W-shaped oscillating tube •Digital signal processing •New mechanical design for reduced size and weight Beer Monitor 5600 Density and sound velocity sensor combined with an optical CO2 measurement •Product-independent measurement (whatever your beverages’ solubility, sugar composition, foreign gases, color, or turbidity: nothing influences your readings) •Suitable for hygienic applications


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