Inline process refractometers and sensors can perform industrial measurements continuously, and in real time. This technology is also known as PAT (Process Analytical Technology), and here at Fullbrook Systems, we provide Schmidt & Haensch’s leading range of inline refractometers that allow you to monitor and control your processes without product loss or process divergence.
With Schmidt & Haensch’s process refractometers, quality control and the determination of liquid concentration and mixing ratios becomes simple. Measurements are always reliable and independent of turbidity, colour, absorption, and viscosity. This ensures the highest precision and improved process control.
How does Process Analytical Technology work?
Process Analytical Technology (PAT) is a manufacturing methodology for high value chemicals and pharmaceuticals. Critical Process Parameters (CPPs) and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of the process are comprehended, well-defined and continually monitored to ensure that the pre-defined Critical Quality Attributes (CQA) of the final product are consistently achieved.
PAT measures key quality and performance indicators in both raw and in-process materials in real-time. A well-designed PAT-based process is stable, ensuring that the critical parameters and indicators remain within pre-described limits to safeguard product quality and process safety.
What instruments does the range include and what are their benefits?
The current range of Schmidt & Haensch inline refractometers include:
Which industries can these refractometers be applied to?
The refractometers from Schmidt & Haensch can be used in the following industries:
To find out more about how our inline refractometers can help you, please call us on: 01442 876777 or email us at: email@example.com where we will also be happy to provide you with a free, no obligation quote.
October 2016 Fullbrook Systems Ltd move to new premises in Hemel Hempstead. After being in the same offices for many years the company moved to more suitable premises