Wort, Condensate, and Finished Product Turbidity and Color
The InPro 8600i beer turbidity meter and color sensor is designed for monitoring beer, beverage and condensate of whey water in upstream and downstream processes. As a unique turbidity measurement device for the brewing industry, the InPro 8600i color and turbidity sensor provides a unique measurement in EBC turbidity units. EBC turbidity (European Brewery Convention) is commonly used in the brewing industry for both turbidity and color. The sensor also provides results in NTU turbidity. The InPro 8600i provides accurate measurement using forward-scattered light turbidity technology. Upstream, in the brewhouse, the InPro 8600i series monitors wort turbidity to ensure production efficiency and reproducible batch-to-batch wort quality. Downstream, they help ensure consistent color and clarity of your product to meet your customers' needs.
Verified Uptime and Accurate Measurement
To ensure consistent, accurate measurement from start-up through the lifetime of your equipment, the InPro 8600i beer turbidity meter and color sensor is 12-point factory calibrated for turbidity and 6-point calibrated for color. This multi-point calibration gives you high confidence in your measurements. Additionally, the InPro 8600i turbidity measurement device uses Intelligent Sensor Management (ISM) technology to monitor sensor condition and help maximize uptime.
Reduce Costs with Distinct Upstream and Downstream Sensors
Upstream and downstream processes in breweries are very different, and have significantly different measurement requirements. Downstream processes require forward, 25° and 90° scattered light, as well as color measurement to meet production requirements. Upstream processes typically only need forward and 25° scattered light. While breweries typically use downstream models for upstream applications, the InPro 8600i family offers a tailor-made upstream model to help reduce overall equipment costs.
Designed to Meet Food Safety and Compliance Needs
The InPro 8600i color and turbidity sensor follows hygienic design best practices (smooth surface, no sharp edges) for optimum sensor cleanability. The sensors can also withstand the hot temperatures of CIP and SIP processes. InPro 8600i sensors are tested according to the pressurized equipment directive recommendations for safe use in high process pressures.
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