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Refractometers designed around you

27 February 2014

Results from a refractometer will only be right if the instrument is clean. Rudolph Research’s shallow prism design has no corners or steep angles to trap sticky samples, thus avoiding or reducing the problem of cross contamination.

The flat, low profile sample well with a sample volume of less than 1ml is easily cleaned by wiping with a paper towel. The use of a deep sample is unnecessary when there is less than a 10°C difference between the prism temperature and air temperature because the temperature gradient across the sample is small.

The Smart Measure technology system is designed to assist the refractometer user to monitor the sample being loaded in the refractometer sample well. It automatically monitors the sample well and provides immediate feedback about the quality of the sample, virtually eliminating incorrect measurements due to improper sample loading. Smart Measure works by automatically detecting when the refractometer prism is improperly cleaned or calibrated or is loaded with insufficient sample.

Rudolph Research is the only manufacturer to offer electronic temperature control from both prism and presser surfaces. The requirements of an electronically temperature controlled instrument operating close to ambient air temperature are very different from those operating more than 10°C from ambient air temperature. Only the J Series refractometers are designed to be the perfect instrument for both applications.


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