Launch of the latest maintenance free inline refractive index sensor. An entry-level device at attractive entry-level pricing.
We are pleased to announce a new member of the Anton Paar inline refractometer family.
The L-Rix 4100 Transmitter is the entry model of the optical inline refractometer series. Once immersed in the process liquid, it determines the concentration in °Brix derived from the refractive index and temperature.
Concentration and temperature are transmitted to external devices via 2 configurable 4-20 mA outputs, while the integrated HMI displays concentration and temperature, and offers additional configuration options.
Industry-leading optics, combined with a long-life LED, ensures that this unit is maintenance-free.
Click HERE To find out more about how to enjoy the simplicity of refractive index measurements without maintenance or adjustments.
About Anton Paar
Founded in 1922 in Graz (Austria) by Anton Paar, the company is the world market leader in the measurement of density and concentration, the determination of dissolved carbon dioxide, and in the fields of rheometry and viscometry. Anton Paar’s customers include most of the major beer and soft drink manufacturers worldwide as well as companies active in the food, chemicals, petroleum, and pharmaceutical industries.
Established as a one-man locksmith’s workshop, the corporation strives to combine high-precision manufacturing with the latest scientific achievements; the Anton Paar GmbH invests 16 % of the annual turnover in research. Currently, the company offers more than 170 analytical solutions that are produced almost exclusively within the company.
The Anton Paar Group is active in more than 110 countries with 32 sales subsidiaries and nine producing firms in Europe and the USA. Meanwhile, more than 3,500 employees in a worldwide network of research and development, production, sales, and support are responsible for the quality, reliability, and service of products made by Anton Paar. Since 2003, the Charitable Santner Foundation has been the owner of Anton Paar. It is dedicated exclusively and directly to charitable purposes. In 2019, the company generated net sales revenue of 411 million Euro.