Monitoring Water Filtration at a Brewery

Although consumers focus on the flavour and alcohol content in beers, brewers know that the vast majority of their product is water. Water is what makes many of the well-known beers of the world so unique. For example, the Pilsen region of the Czech Republic is known for producing the pilsner, a pale golden lager…

Measuring pH During Wool Scouring

Spinning wool into yarn to be woven into cloth predates 10,000 BC. Exportation of wool products began as early as 55 BC in Great Britain. Today, the wool industry circumnavigates the globe; the durable and water resistant properties of wool make it a very popular textile fibre. The wool refinement process begins with sheep (or another wooly…

Measuring pH in Mead

Mead is an ancient alcoholic beverage made from honey; this honey-wine is possibly the oldest alcoholic beverage in the world. Mead is even mentioned in mythology; is said that the Norse god Odin gained his strength by drinking mead from a goat’s utter as an infant.  Further, the term ‘honeymoon’ comes from giving a newlywed…

Hanna launches revolutionary edge

Hanna Instruments is proud  to announce the release of edge™, a full featured laboratory meter with revolutionary design features not usually associated with instrumentation. edge™ measures pH, conductivity and dissolved oxygen:  it is incredibly thin and lightweight, measuring only half an inch thick and weighing just 250g; blending elements of portable meters and bench top…