Measure turbidity for sugar and beverage production
Turbidity is the cloudiness or haziness of a fluid caused by large numbers of individual particles that are generally invisible to the naked eye, similar to smoke in air. It is caused by small undissolved particles which scatter the light passing through the suspension. Depending on the particles shape and surface quality, the light is scattered with different intensity in all directions. With a measuring instrument such as the SCHMIDT + HAENSCH colorimeter Coloromat 100, the turbidity of any liquid substance can be easily determined. This kind of instruments is commonly used in the sugar and beverage production. Turbidity can also be analysed automatically using the SCHMIDT + HAENSCH Ash color turbidity analyser to control the quality of sugar within the production process. SCHMIDT + HAENSCH also offers a range of fast automatic filtration instruments for turbidity free solutions.