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Refractometer, New from Rudolph Research; The J47 Temperature correcting Automatic Refractometer is Designed for the Sugar and Food Industries
Date:6/18/2012

Hackettstown, New Jersey (PRWEB) June 18, 2012

New from Rudolph Research; The J47 Temperature correcting Automatic Refractometer designed for the Sugar and Food industries.

Very fast measurement.
Simple to load, simple to measure, simple to clean
Result independent of operator judgment
Rugged, reliable, and perfect for high throughput applications in the sugar and food industries.
Accurate, on-board temperature correction
Lower cost over the expected life of the instrument Vs traditional Abbe refractometers.

Application.
The J47 and J47WR/HP (Wide Range/High Performance) are designed specifically to meet the unique needs of a food and beverage testing where the samples are mostly a mixture of sugar and water and the refractometer is viewed more as a production tool than a laboratory instrument. The J47’s single flat measurement surface, temperature correction and one button measurement capability make it perfect for heavy use applications. The J47 is rugged, reliable, requires little operator skill, is easy to clean, and very easy to read.

Automatic Measuring System.
The Rudolph J47 features a fully automatic measuring system. The operator simply places the sample on the prism; presses a button and the result is displayed on a 7.5cm x 10cm back lit LCD. There are no shadow lines to match and there is no eyepiece requiring operator determination or manual adjustment.

Temperature Correction.
The Rudolph J47 corrects for errors caused by sample temperature variation using the latest ICUMSA temperature correction tables. Temperature correction is a very fast mathematical solution to obtaining measurement results without a temperature control system or a water bath. These measurement results are the most accurate with samples are comprised of predominantly sugar and water.

High Accuracy in the appropriate circumstances.
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