What does turbidity mean in the context of visual appearance?

Turbidity is the term for an optical phenomenon, caused by the scattering of the Light on suspended (undissolved) particles that are present in a liquid. When a light beam strikes a particle, one part of the light is reflected, another part is absorbed.

Depending on the particle shape and surface quality, the light is scattered with different intensity in all directions.

Dear valued customer and business friend,

We are taking all possible measures to secure the health of our employees as well as our customers.

As we have already informed you, Schmidt+Haensch remains fully operational.

We are organising whenever possible work from home offices. Our production lines are continuously producing and our supply chains are so far secured.

We are most interested to offer our services as usual. Instead of personal visits we have built up internet communications in order to help you remotely.

All our contacts as well as phone numbers remain accessible.

For service issues please do not hesitate to contact us via e-mail to service@schmidt-haensch.de or telephone under +49 (030) 417 072 – 41 / - 42

For sales inquiries please contact us via e-mail to sales@schmidt-haensch.de or call our sales engineers.

We wish you to stay well and healthy.

Let us try to overcome these most exceptional circumstances by looking after each other with the necessary care and distance.

Best regards

Mathis Kuchejda

-President-

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