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 VariRef is the newest member in our wide range of laboratory refractometers. It combines proven Schmidt + Haensch technology with the modularity of the VariFamily.
The polarimeters from the new VariPol series from Schmidt + Haensch were specially developed for pharmaceutical applications. The device is available as a compact basic version up to a high-end research instrument.
With our new WLAN adapter, you can control difficult-to-reach or in dangerous-area placed process refractometers. Operation is easy via a specially developed app.
Our popular process refractometer iPR-C² for continuous measurement and real-time process control is now available with an extended measuring range of 0 to 65 brix (1.3320 – 1.4535 nD)!
The SAMPLIFY P autosampler is the newest product in the versatile portfolio of Schmidt + Haensch. It supports your daily workflow of liquid handling and is the perfect add-on for Schmidt + Haensch refractometers, density meters and photometers.
The new iPR-EX, the explosion-proof version of our iPR-B³ process refractometer, consists of an intrinsically safe sensor, which can be installed in hazardous areas and optionally managed by an individually configurable control unit.
Visit us at our Schmidt + Haensch booth 100 in Hall A1 from March 31 – April 3, 2020, in Munich.
World’s Leading Trade Fair for laboratory technology, analysis, biotechnology and analytica conference.
Listen to the Schmidt + Haensch lecture “Inline measurement of the concentration of cutting oils and cooling lubricants with process refractometer IFR” at the VDMA Technology Forum.
Tuesday, September 17, 10:50 a.m.
Hall 4, Stand D39 (VDMA)
Amri Chouba (Schmidt + Haensch GmbH & Co.)
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.