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New version of PU monitor with displayed temperatures

Due date: 6/10/09

 

New version of  PU monitor type PMKL with displayed temperatures...

PMKL.pdf



Published 4. 10. 2012 22:41

Invitation for Drinktec 2009

Due date: 28/04/09

Our company would like to invite you to attend our stand No.230 in hall A3  at World Fair Drinktec which is being held in Munich  from 14 to 19 September this year. We are looking forward to seeing you in  Munich.


Published 4. 10. 2012 22:40

Germination Viability Tester ( Tetrazolium test for seed viability ) Type Vitascop Easi-Tw

Due date: 10/04/09

 

For use in MALTINGS and SEED TESTING laboratories for:

  • Germination Viability- instrument using a solution of tetrazolium salts for embryo staining to obtain germination viability
  • Pre-Germination Testing using copper sulphate solution
  • Acrospire Profile Testing of Malt

The twin pots are indivividually Programmable for TIME, TEMPERATURE and VACUUM

 

Description:

The Easi-Twin Germination Viability Tester is a completely self contained two cell unit to test the germinative capacity of grain, for use in SEED TESTING laboratories and MALTING laboratories.

The instrument is designed to enable the user to perform the following tests using a single piece of apparatus:

  1. GERMINATION (Viability) testing
  2. PRE- GERMINATION
  3. ACROSPIRE PROFILE
  4. ACCELERATED GROWTH
  • Sample cells and seed holders are manufactured from food Acetal Homopolymer and stainless steel
  • Sample cells and seed holders are removable for filling and cleaning
  • Sample cells and seed holders are interchangeable
  • Each cell position can be individually programmed for time and temperature
  • System protected by in-line filter
  • Microprocessor control allows testing to be carried out under reproducible and standardised conditions

 

Technical Specifications:

 

  • Temperature: 30°C to 69 °C
  • Vacuum: 18,5 mm Hg
  • Time: 0 to 99.99 minutes
  • Accuracy: + - 1 %
  • Reproducibility: 0,5%
  • Power requirements: 230V/50Hz, 150W
  • Dimensions:200x160x200 mm (height x width x depth) 

Miscellaneous:

Grain cutter

 

Germination Viability Tester (Tetrazolium Test) Easi-Twin.pdf

 


Published 4. 10. 2012 22:38

Pressure yeast-press

Due date: 30/03/09

 

It is often necessary to thicken insoluble parts of the suspension like spent grains, operational yeast, mash etc.. in the fermenting laboratory. Flushing with condensed liquid (membrane pump) or sucking with Buchner funnel is used most often for this purpose but it lasts inordinately long time and weighs water pump on excessive water consumption (water pump). On the other hand the pressure-press makes use of pressure of water in the water piping, water consumption is practically zero and time period of press is 15 - 20 min. Fill the press with thickening suspension, put the piston in and connect the press to the water pressure supply. Basic filtration obstacle is made of inserted filter paper or cloth.

We can take as an example preparation of compressed brewery yeast of collected yeast after fermentation with dry solids 8-10%. The yeast is thickened to receive 30% of dry solids and can be dosed directly into the hopped wort and beer during determination of obtainable fermentation grade which is very common analysis in the brewer's laboratory. Useful volume of the press is about 250ml of the non-thickened suspension.
 
Technical data:
 
  • volume of the non-thickened suspension - 250 ml
  • Pressing time period- 15 - 20 min.
  • Weight- 3 kg
  • Dimensions- 200 x 200 x 300 mm
  • Material- food stainless steel
     

Published 4. 10. 2012 22:36

Mash Bath with automatic distilled water refilling

Due date: 20/11/08

 

Mashing Equipment is designed for laboratory use in breweries and malthouses. It aids in the determination of malt extract. The equipment allows one to utilize the CONGRESS, HARTONG 20, HARTONG 45, HARTONG 65, HARTONG 80, ASBC, PROFILE or THERMOSTAT methodology of testing. The Thermostat method maintains a constant temperature for a specific time. The Profile method allows the user to program the variables to suite their needs.

Two versions are available:

Standard version: all the above mentioned methods run fully automatically as an alarm lets the operator know the necessity for example to sample for saccharification, to refill the distilled water (which is preheated in test tubes directly in the Mash Bath) into the beakers with the mash at predetermined intervals.

Automatic version: with automatic distilled water refilling: all the above mentined methods run fully automatically including automatic preheated distilled water refilling.

The mashing equipment is equipped with a microcomputer, a thermometer Pt 100, an electromagnetic valve for the automatic cooling-down of mash bath, an LCD double line display, a membrane keyboard and controlling software. The mashing unit can be equipped with a serial boundary at the customers request. This serial boundary makes communication possible with a PC. The Mash Bath equipped with a serial boundary is indicated as monitoring. This is an advantage for customers that are on an ISO 9001 compliant system.

Models:

  • Standard R4- four beakers
  •  Standard R4 monitoring - four beakers, equipped with a interface RS232  
  • Standard R8 - eight beakers
  • Standard R8 monitoring - eight beakers, equipped with a interface RS232
  • Automatic R8 monitoring - eight beakers, with automatic distilled water refilling, equipped with a interface  RS232
  • Standard R12 - twelve beakers
  • Standard R12 monitoring - twelve beakers, equipped with a interface RS232
  • Automatic R12 monitoring-  twelve beakers, with automatic distilled water refilling, equipped with a interface RS232

 

Data represented on LCD display:
  • type of method: Hartong 20, Hartong 45, Hartong 65, Hartong 80, Congress, ASBC, Thermostat, Profile
  • instantaneous temperature of bath
  • time since the begining of test

 

Adjustable data:
  • choice of methods: Hartong 20, Hartong 45, Hartong 65, Hartong 80, Congress, ASBC, Thermostat, Profile
  • temperature range: from 200C to 950C
  • mixer speed: 0, 100, 200 R.P.M.
  • time
  • accuracy of temperature adjustment: +-0,010C
  • accuracy of regulation: to 0,2C
  • accuracy of time adjustment: 1 sec

 

Signalization:

  • acoustic and optical alarm

 

Electric data:

  • voltage 230V/50 Hz
  • Note: by request 110V/60Hz

Mashing Bath.pdf


Published 4. 10. 2012 22:34

IMMERSION CIRCULATOR type IMMERCIRC

Due date: 15/04/08

 

Description:

Heating Immersion Circulators and Bridge Mounted Circulators are made for  bath tanks up to a capacity of 50 litres and come equipped with a bridge to fit  all tanks. This  allows fast  problem-free fitting or assembly for existing or new bath tanks. The immersion depth is from 12 cm to 28 cm (optimum 16 cm). The parts are made of high-quality stainless steel, plastic or aluminium. A pump set provides flow to other  systems for external temperature tasks  and an integrated cooling coil for cooling-water connection or immersion cooler are also available as accessory.

 
Advantages:
  • DISPLAY LCD for actual and setpoint values
  • Keypad for setpoints and menu functions
  • PID temperature control
  • Integrated programmer for 8 program steps
  • RS232 interface for online communication
  • RTA = Real-Temperature-Adjustment.
  • User-adjustable correction factor to meet ISO 9004

 

Technical Specifications:

  • Working temperature range: -80 to +170 °C
  • Temperature control: PID
  • Temperature stability: 0,02°C
  • Display: LCD
  • Display resolution: 0,01°C
  • Heater capacity: 1500W
  • Digital interfaces: RS232
  • Dimensions (W x L x H): 160x130 x 380 mm
  • Weight: 2,4 kg
  • Ambient temperature: +2...+40°C
  • Low Liquid-Level Cutout 

Miscellaneous:

Fitted cooling coil, immersion cooler and pump set for external applications are available as accessories.
 

Published 4. 10. 2012 22:33

Sampling stoppers

Due date: 24/10/07

 

SAMPLING STOPPERS

Sampling without CO2 loss is necessary for biological stability determination of the working samples, foamability measurement with the help of NIBEM method and for sampling where CO2 loss can influence the results of the analysis. It is important to do the sampling with the sampling valves for example from the cellar, before filtration of the transfer tank and KEG casks. Samples are withdraved into the small bottles with the acorn caps or even into the beer crowned bottles .It is possible to ensure sampling without increase of the dissolved 02 from the bottle neck with the help of 1-CUBE?s crown apparatus.

Stainless sampling stoppers suit perfectly to these demands. Before sampling put the filling head on the bottle, connect the bottle to the piping and fill the bottle with beer (regulating the beer flow) without CO2 loss. Beer is forced out from the starting non-standard filling phase by slow beer flow Beer flow is regulated with the help of connected hose with the pinchcock or stopper with throttling cock. After slow pressure decrease sampling preparation is replaced with acorn cap or crown. Another type of sampling stopper is designed for sampling into PET bottles.

 


Published 4. 10. 2012 22:23

Foam stability analyzer - FSA

Due date: 8/08/06


  1. Measurement of the collapse of foam created by high pressure method according to NIBEM method
Nibem method measures the period of foam collapse at three different heights after 10, 20 and 30 mm of foam collapse using the systém of the electrodes. The central probe is plunged in the foam and slowly moves further into the foam. If any of the electrode sensors except for the central one touches the surface of foam the movement down is stopped till the moment when the contact is in interrupted because of the foam collapse - after this procedure the electrodes start to move down again and the whole process repeats. The measurement starts once the foam collapsed for 10 mm under the the lip of the cuvette. The measurement continues till the the foam collapse for another 30 mm i.e. 40mm under the lip of of the cuvette. Sample withdrawal is very important for measurement reproducibilty. Beer is withrawed from the beer bottle or can under the pressure of the 2 atms. with the help of the sampler ICAS and the Flasher where the foam is created.

2. Automatic measurement of the stability of foam created by pouring beer from the bottle into the glass

Beer is filled straight from the bottle or can into the measuring vessel which imitates the pouring of beer in reality. The time of filling is recorded to adjust the speed of foaming and to standardize the way of measurement. The filling is interrupted after the first contact of an electrode sensor with the foam surface. The electrodes are movable and ride down depending on the foam collapse but the electrodes do not move when they are in touch with the foam surface. The instrument measures the time of foam collapse at three different heights (preadjustable by the user) for example after 10, 20 and 30 mm of foam collapse. The fourth couple (height/time) corresponds to the total height of the created foam and to the time of its complete collapse. This corresponds to the pouring of foam in reality of the specified height and measurement of its total collapse according to the consumer.

3. Measurement method of foam collapse when foam is created from the non-gas-saturated liquids

Except for the before mentioned methods it is possible to create foam with the gas non-saturated liquids (for example unhopped or hopped wort) in the measuring vessel by either mixing, air (or another gas) bubbling, or a combination of mixing and air bubbling. Then the period when the foam collapsed to a particular height - 40 mm (given by the difference of the electrode heights) is measured. It is possible to change the speed of the mixer and the passage of the bubbling gas which helps to create foam of a different quality from a thin foam to a very thick one. Different kinds of foam disintegrate for different periods of time depending on the foam structure. Reproducibility (with the tests which are kept later) is ensured by saving the value of the mixer speed and gas passage in the instrument memory. The period that is necessary to create foam (the time from switching on mixing to its switching it off) is also recorded.

Technical parameters:

Voltage system:  supply voltage: 230V/50Hz, protection: IP 20, 200 W

Memory capacity 400 measurements

Dimensions ( h x w x d ) 530 x 390 x 300 mm

Weight 5 kg

Display LCD 100 x 40 mm

Interface RS 232

Range of measurement

Electrode sensors movement 0 ÷ 54 mm

Time measurement 0-999 sec

Accuracy:

Accuracy of foam collapse measurement 1 mm

Accuracy of the time measurement of the foam collapse 1 sec

Adjustable data:

- gas flow for foam creation in the gas non-saturated liquids with the help of the flow indicator with needle regulating valve

- mixer speed to create foam in the gas non-saturated liquids with the help of the membrane keyboard


Published 4. 10. 2012 22:21