The HI932 and HI931 potentiometric titrators are designed to deliver accurate results and an intuitive user experience, all in a compact package.
Hanna Instruments has released the HI901C automatic potentiometric titrator. The high-performance autotitrator is suitable for the most essential applications and serves as a benchtop meter for direct sample measurements.
Hanna Instruments has launched a line of portable pH meters for the food industry.
The Hanna Instruments HI 84529 titratable acidity mini titrator eliminates the subjective end point colour change detection determined by the human eye, and instead employs the sensitivity and accuracy of a pH sensor.
Hanna Instruments’ HI 84532 digital automatic mini titrator and pH meter is designed for measuring the concentration of titratable hydrogen ions contained in fruit juice samples according to the official methods of analysis of AOAC International. The systems uses neutralisation with a strong base solution to a fixed pH.
Hanna Instruments' HI 84529 mini titrator for dairy analysis eliminates the subjective end point colour change detection determined by the human eye, and instead employs the sensitivity and accuracy of a pH sensor. The titration method is a potentiometric end point determination using a predetermined pH value.
With powerful customisation and accurate analysis, the Hanna Instruments HI 902C Automatic Titration System brings simplicity in analysis to food quality labs.
Hanna Instruments HI190 magnetic mini-stirrers are compact and lightweight and are designed to stir a maximum volume of one litre (water).
The meter utilises a specialised pH electrode designed specifically for dairy applications. The FC 202D pH electrode features a rugged, easy-to-clean PVDF body with a conical tip suitable for measurements in semi-solids such as meats and cheeses.
The HI96785 portable microprocessor analyser measures the percentage light transmittance of honey colour compared to analytical reagent-grade glycerol. The transmittance value allows identification of the honey Pfund grade.
The HI 99163 meter utilises a specialised pH electrode designed specifically for meat applications. The FC232D pre-amplified pH electrode and removable stainless steel blade enables users to perform measurements quickly and easily.
Hanna Instruments offers a quick test to verify the risk of future protein haze formation: the HI 83749 portable turbidity meter and bentonite monitor.
The HI 2221 pH benchtop meter features Hanna Instruments’ Calibration Check diagnostics for both pH electrodes and buffer solutions during calibration. It compares the characteristics of the pH electrode from one calibration to the next.
The HI 847493 haze meter from Hanna Instruments is designed in accordance with the MEBAK (Central European Brewing Commission) standard requirements for haze in beer measurements.
Hanna Instruments manufactures two pH electrodes specifically for use in meat processing applications: the FC230B for temperatures from 20 to 40°C and the FC430B for temperatures from -5 to 30°C.
The HI 96821 digital sodium chloride refractometer employs the measurement of the refractive index to determine sodium chloride concentration in aqueous solutions used in food preparation, particularly brine.
This optical instrument employs the measurement of the refractive index to determine sodium chloride concentration in aqueous solutions used in food preparation, particularly brine.
The Hanna Instruments HI 93501NS is a water-resistant (IP67) thermometer designed for daily use in food applications such as industrial kitchens and catering. With a measurement range of -50 to +150°C, the meter has an accuracy of ±0.4°C. This meter also features a stability indicator bar graph and ‘hold’ button to freeze readings on the LCD.
The Hanna Instruments HI 96801 digital sucrose refractometer offers a specific analysis to determine accurate sugar concentration.
The HI222 professional pH kit for winemaking is a meter dedicated to wine measurement. The bench meter allows a two point calibration using buffers 7 and 3. Since wine analysis usually occurs in the range 2.5 to 3.6 pH, errors due to calibration are greatly minimised. Calibration Check features on the HI222 prompt the user to clean the electrode if required and can warn if the buffer has been contaminated. The electrode condition and response time are displayed and monitored on the meter's LCD. The user can program a calibration reminder using the Calibration Alarm Time Out. The HI222 also features Log-On-Demand.