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CarboQC, CboxQC, OxyQC Lab and At-line

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Instruments for Measurement of Dissolved Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen in Beverages Lab and At-line ::: Unique Density & Concentration Meters

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Wherever You Are: Measurement of Dissolved CO2 and O2 in Beverages In the production of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, it is essential to check and control the CO2 and O2 content of the product both during the production process and after bottling. At-line measurement The CO2 content strongly influences the taste of beverages and is a considerable cost factor in beverage production. Precise measurement of the carbon dioxide ensures consistent taste and cost-efficient dosing. A high level of dissolved O2 in beverages has a negative impact on the taste and shelf life of the beverage....

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The inventor of true CO2 measurement Anton Paar is the inventor of the Multiple System modules integrated in PBA Gen. M measuring systems Volume Expansion method, which is the most accurate way of selectively measuring dissolved CO2 in beverages. This patented method provides the most reliable CO2 results and avoids the shortcomings of other conventional methods of CO2 measurement. Maximum precision is ensured with the MVE method. Measuring dissolved oxygen using a new optical O2 sensor via luminescence quenching provides precise results within seconds based on a proven technology. World...

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At-line Instruments from the Measurement Experts At-line measurements - whether from process lines, tanks, kegs or casks - provide the assurance that your production process is under control. At-line instruments are used to adjust process instruments. Fully protected for harsh environments Anton Paar’s at-line series of instruments are built to operate for years under rough conditions. The robust and leakproof housings keep humidity out of the electronics and stop any spills from entering the instrument. Quick to finish: saves you time and money By measuring CO2 and O2 in only 90 seconds,...

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O2 determination: simple, accurate and ready for measurement anywhere! The highly accurate determination of dissolved oxygen is based on the optochemical sensor's very fast response time and ideal temperature behavior. This leads to stable and precise results in less than 50 seconds. Durability and minimal maintenance are the prominent features that make the long-lasting optical sensor stand out. Easy to use, easy to read The color display makes sure you see your measuring results clearly, even in dark surroundings. Due to the intuitive user interface standard operations can be performed...

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Your Longstanding Partner for Laboratory Measurements Using Anton Paar’s laboratory solutions for dissolved gas measurement allows you to perform reliable QC on finished packages and run measurements for product development with the highest accuracy. High accuracy, more benefit The patented CO2 measuring method is not influenced by other dissolved gases such as oxygen and nitrogen, is rapid, and needs only minimum sample volume. Together with a new reliable optochemical oxygen sensor the results achieve the highest level of repeatability: CO2 repeatability s.d.: up to 0.005 vol. O2...

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Fast and wireless For fast and simple printouts, Anton Paar’s dissolved gas meters send the data to the optional Bluetooth printer. Easy checks – reliable results Anton Paar’s CO2 and O2 meters are supplied factoryadjusted and can be used right from the start. The periodical recommended system check implemented in the instruments’ quick access area guides you through the CO2, O2 and tightness check carried out with deionized water and nitrogen. Correct filling for correct results Correct results strongly depend on the right filling under pressure: the new series’ integrated FillingCheckTM...

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Built to Work in a Team Which beverage parameters do you need to determine? Combine a CarboQC ME module with a wide range of Anton Paar instruments to get the beverage analysis you need in one measuring cycle, with minimum sample preparation required. This teamwork brings quick and efficient results and saves space in the lab. Fit for the future Combining a CarboQC ME module with a DMA Generation M density meter and PFD is a secure investment which allows you to add further modules in the future. Whether you require an Alcolyzer, the Option O2, automatic sample changer or other modules at a...

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All results at a glance The combined system provides the utmost convenience: The CO2 and O2 values are automatically transferred to the master instrument. Measured data are displayed on the DMA M density meter screen along with all other measured parameters. Just press a button to print these results as one report. Filling system PFD To simultaneously fill all the instruments Carbon dioxide CarboQC ME To determine the CO2 content Oxygen Option O2 for CarboQC ME To determine the O2 content Sample changer Xsample 510 For fully automated operation with up to 18 packages Alcohol Alcolyzer Beer...

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Unique: Multiple Volume Expansion Method The Multiple Volume Expansion (MVE) method was invented and patented by Anton Paar (AT 409673, GB 237 3584, US 6,874,351). It determines the true dissolved CO2 content in beverages. How does it work? The short answer is: MVE is a selective method. By expanding the measuring chamber twice, only the CO2 content is determined and the effect of other gases - such as air or nitrogen - is eliminated. In more detail the method works as follows: The measuring chamber is completely filled with sample and sealed. The volume of the measuring chamber is...

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Why do CO2 results differ depending on the measuring method used? The answer lies in the way the measurement is influenced by the following factors: 4 External environmental influences - Altitude & weather - Snifting - Compensation tables - Incomplete equilibration Altitude & weather - Dissolved air in the sample - Package size Incomplete equilibration Environmental factors affect CO2 measuring instruments. Incomplete equilibration, which is an unequal CO2 Anton Paar’s CO2 meters have an integrated absolute distribution between gas phase and liquid phase, causes the pressure sensor for...

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