The philosophy of the family owned company SCHMIDT + HAENSCH is closely linked to the rich tradition (since 1864) with continuous high profile and continuous innovations.
The new VariPol C from Schmidt + Haensch is a basic Polarimeter which is especially designed for pharmaceutical applications. It offers a high quality build-in peltier system for automatic temperature control. See it first at the Achema 2015 (Hall 4.1 / Stand G8) !
The automatically operating process refractometer iPR B³ measure the refractive index continuously and thus, the concentration of a binary or quasi-binary liquid mixture.
An electronic reflectance-meter for the automatic color grading of crystalline sugar according to the recommendations of ICUMSA, method GS2-11 and GS2-13.
Stainless steel tube with bubble trap for single measurements. Heat- and acid resistant (PEEK) synthetic material components, optimized for temperature correction with the VariPol C as well as compatible with all Schmidt + Haensch Polarimeters.
High resolution in-line Process Refractometer developed for real time refractive index or Brix measurement to monitor and control low concentrated liquids like nutraceuticals or diet beverages.
The new polarimeter UniPol L 2000 has in comparison to the basic model UniPol L a higher precision and resolution and is equipped with two wavelength (405 and 589 nm). It’s mainly designed for pharmaceutical and chemical applications. learn more
Schmidt + Haensch at the Analytica China from October 10th till 12th in Shanghai
Schmidt + Haensch at the analytica from May 10 to 13 in Munich, Germany
Hall A1, Booth 100
Schmidt + Haensch at the ARABLAB from March 20 to 23 in Dubai, UAE
Schmidt + Haensch at the PITTCON from March 6 to 10 in Atlanta, USA
Schmidt + Haensch at the PEFTEC from the 18th till 19th of November 2015 in Antwerpen
Schmidt + Haensch at the PEFTEC from 18th till 19th of november 2015 in Antwerpen (BEL)
On April 25, 2014 SCHMIDT + HAENSCH celebrated its 150th anniversary in Berlin. The film shows milestones and important people from the long tradition of the existing family business since 1864.