SCHMIDT+HAENSCH Laboratory Polarimeter UniPol L Series
Automatic, digital, circular polarimeter.
User friendly operation which permits customised application-oriented measurements.
Displays the optical density of the sample.
Automatic multiple measurement with statistical evaluation.
Automatic sample ID generation configurable.
Measurement of the variation of polarisation due to reaction kinetics, programmable.
Calibration possibility for temperature sensors.
User defined printout.
Remote operation from PC possible.
4 independent methods and up to 10 special scales configurable.
Stand alone instrument, printer connection, networking capabilities.
With large user programmable display (individually for each of the 4 methods) and powerful software: input of sample identification numbers, statistic evaluations of multiple measurements, user definable printouts.
Conforming with the regulations of the European and American Pharmacopoeias as well as to the GLP / GMP standards.
Displaying of actual sample temperature and automatic compensation of temperature deviation compared to the standard temperature when polarimetric tubes or quartz control plates with temperature sensor are used.
The scale value is displayed corrected to the standard temperature.
UniPol L2000: high resolution model, meets requirements of the quality control and research laboratories.
Applications: Used for quality control, purity control and determination of concentration of optically active substances in:
Food industry (sugar, starch, milk and dairy products, wine, juice, food auxiliary means, amino acids).
Pharmaceutical industry (enantiomers, chiral substances like soaps, amino acids, organic substances, glucose, fructose, purity control of codeine, cocaine, nicotines, morphine sulfate, ascorbic acid, menthol, camphor, drug recognition).
Medicine (chiral metabolic compounds like sugar and albumin content in the urine, hormones, poison analyses, testosterones, enzymes and toxicology).
Chemical research (analysis of optically active substances and structural analyses, inorganic ions in conjunction with optically active substances (e. g. - Bi, - Cd, - Cu, - Fe, - Hg), regulation of materials in solutions, organic substances, turpentineás, Benzene, acids, esters etc.).