Brew masters trust their SpectraAlyzer BRAUMEISTER
ALL IN ONEThe SpectraAlyzer BRAUMEISTER analytical solution presents the analytical results of all major quality parameters in Wort and Beer within 45 seconds and is easy to use. In case additional malt analysis is required, even this can be done with a grain measurement accessory. So, the SpectraAlyzer BRAUMEISTER can be regarded really as a master in all categories.
The true multi-component analysis determines alcohol, density, extracts and bitter units and color all at once with correlations very close to manual methods.
The SpectraAlyzer BRAUMEISTER complies with EBC method: “9.2.6 Alcohol in Beer by Near Infrared Spectroscopy”.
The SpectraAlyzer BRAUMEISTER complies with ASBC method Beer-4G: “Alcohol by NIR and original extract content”.
MODULARThe modular design of the SpectraAlyzer BRAUMEISTER system adapts to all enterprise sizes: from crafts brewers, beverage laboratories to industrial type brewing operations. From simple one sample application with a syringe, to 90 -100 samples/hour with a robotic XYZ sampler.
FASTThe SpectraAlyzer BRAUMEISTER sample throughput can be scaled from 10 to 1000 analysis/24 h with minimal cost of ownership with additional savings in time, manpower and lab resources. A single multi component test can be run in less then a minute.
SMARTThe SpectraAlyzer BRAUMEISTER is an all-in-one instrument, where connected intelligent accessories are controlled with the integrated instruments processor. Its thermostated liquid cell with air re-cooling insures the analytical performance independently of the sample temperature, so that even warm or cold process samples can be analysed as is.
CONNECTEDThe SpectraAlyzer BRAUMEISTER saves all data on an integrated SQL database. Connected to the companies LAN or the internet the integrated web server enables the data access and instrument control from virtually everywhere – anytime. Fit for LIMS, IoT and Industry 4.0!
Beer production process
Extract (low extracts in malt reduce target extract in wort/beer), total Nitrogen (depends on variety, climate and fertilisation), Moisture (High moisture contents reduce the achievable extract and lead to storage losses)