Beer industry looks to cut water & energy costs with new analyser

on 16/11/10 at 11:17 am

Beer

A new version of the LiquiSonic input beer analyser by SensoTech claims to minimise water and energy processing costs.

The supplier said that by measuring in the product flow of a main pipe, the Liquisonic Plato 40 can analyse beer “directly and completely” by using a combination of an ultrasonic sensor with a process refractometer.

The company claims that its analyser measures the extract and alcohol content in addition to the resulting concentration of original gravity and the temperature.

Saving resources

It is the goal of breweries to realise quality control, efficiency and environmental protection by saving energy and water,” said SensoTech.

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