Hand Refractometer

Hand Refractometer

Catalogue No. -15018

Features :
! 0-32%, scale accuracy 0.2%.
! 28-62%, scale accuracy 0.2%.
! 58-92%, scale accuracy 0.2%.


A Hand Refractometer is a laboratory instrument used to measure the refractive index of a liquid or a semi-solid substance. It is a handheld device that is commonly used in the food and beverage industry to measure the sugar content of juices, syrups, and other liquids.

The Hand Refractometer works by passing a beam of light through a small sample of the substance and measuring the angle at which the light is bent. The refractive index of the substance is then calculated based on this angle. The instrument typically includes a scale or digital readout that displays the refractive index or the concentration of a particular component in the substance.

Hand Refractometers are compact and portable, making them ideal for on-site testing and quality control in the food and beverage industry. They are easy to use and require minimal sample preparation, typically requiring only a few drops of liquid or a small amount of semi-solid substance.

Hand Refractometers are available in a variety of models, with different measuring ranges and accuracy levels, to suit different applications. Some models may include temperature compensation features to account for changes in the refractive index due to temperature variations.