THE ONLY FULLY CUSTOMIZABLE TURBIDIMETER
ONLY FULLY CUSTOMIZABLE
ONLY FULLY CUSTOMIZABLE
The TURBIDI.T™ is part of our CASCAD.S™ instrument series. It represents the latest advancement in turbidity measurement, delivering a fully customizable, adaptable, scalable, connectable, actionable, and data-driven turbidimeter. By using interchangeable cartridges at different wavelengths, this device enables easy and precise turbidity measurement at various scales.
you can decide when and how to build your testing system
With unparalleled modularity and flexibility, you can decide when and how to build your testing system
Interchangeable optical cartridges with different wavelengths
Use application specific cartridges and sample holders
Simply pair new TURBIDI.T™ units to your existing system
You can customize, build and analyze your experimental database
BUILD & AUGMENT YOUR TURBIDIMETER AS YOU NEED, WHEN YOU NEED!
Choose the optical cartridges of your TURBIDI.T™ that match your current application and enhance the capabilities of your device by incorporating new cartridges as needed.
With the TURBIDI.T™, the only modular turbidimeter in the market, you can:
- Choose the appropriate emitter or receiver optical cartridge that suits your particular application needs.
- Easily install and remove interchangeable emission and reception optical cartridges with specific wavelengths.
- Order new optical cartridges as your applications evolve over time.
- Use the sample holder that suits your specific application: 10 mL, 4 mL or 2 mL vials, cuvette or PCR-tube;
- Position your TURBIDI.T™ under a flow hood and operate it remotely by leveraging the tablet’s wireless communication capabilities.
- Take advantage of the Soft Matter Analytics™ App’s exceptional data acquisition and processing capabilities.
WITH THE INGENIOUS FLEXIBILITY OF THE TURBIDI.T™, YOU CAN EFFORTLESSLY CUSTOMIZE THE FEATURES OF YOUR INSTRUMENT TO MEET YOUR EVERY NEED
Enhance and tailor your instrument to precisely match your present and future requirements, providing you with the ultimate level of adaptability and versatility. Experience the unparalleled freedom to create a bespoke TURBIDI.T™ instrument that perfectly meets your specific needs.
Connect to the TURBIDI.T™ the emission or reception optical cartridge that aligns with your particular applications and industry requirements. Save by opting for new cartridges instead of new instruments.
Use on the TURBIDI.T™ the sample holder that meets the best your specific application. Augment the capabilities of your TURBIDI.T™ as you go.
ELEVATE YOUR TESTING CAPABILITIES AS YOU EXPAND WITH EASE!
With the unparalleled modular design of the TURBIDI.T™, scaling your testing system has never been easier or more efficient. This innovative instrument offers unparalleled scalability, making it the perfect solution for organizations looking to expand their capabilities and tackle new challenges with ease.
Scale your turbidimeter testing system as your lab grows
- Experience effortless scalability and maximum flexibility with the advanced modularity of TURBIDI.T™.
- Whether your testing needs evolve or new applications emerge, you can add new units to your system at any time.
- Simply pair new TURBIDI.T™ units with your existing system and control up to five instruments from a single tablet with the Soft Matter Analytics™ App.
- With each TURBIDI.T™ unit able to operate independently and with a different set of cartridges, you can tailor your system to precisely meet your needs.
THE TURBIDI.T™ ENABLES DATA-DRIVEN SCIENCE WITH SOFT MATTER ANALYTICS™
Using the Soft Matter Analytics™ App that operates the TURBIDI.T™, you can easily customize, build and analyze your experimental database.
DISCOVER THE APPLICATIONS OF THE TURBIDI.T™
The determination of particle size is important in many fields, such as life sciences (nanomedicine, drug delivery, tissue engineering, bioanalysis), chemical, environmental sciences and industries. Turbidimetry is a quick and nondestructive method to estimate particle size following an easy-to-follow procedure. Curves of turbidity vs silica particle concentration in distilled water of various sizes were obtained with high precision using the TURBIDI.TTM. These curves can be used to build a reference curve for the determination of particle size.
A suspension is a mixture in which solid particles (organic or inorganic in nature) are dispersed in a liquid medium, but not dissolved. Suspensions are usually opaque or cloudy and can settle over time due to gravity. They have a broad range of applications and are present in various industrial processes, such as chemical, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and environmental industries. During the production of pharmaceutical formulations for example, professionals may measure particle concentration to assess whether particles have aggregated or formed larger clusters to optimize the process and ensure product quality.
TURBIDI.T™ is a technology that accurately measures the turbidity of solutions across a broad spectrum. Its effectiveness has been tested against an established turbidimeter and the results have indicated that both technologies yield consistent measurements for formazin solutions of varying concentrations.
Beer brewing is a complex process that involves multiple phases and parameters to ensure consistent quality and flavor. From malting and milling the grains to fermenting and conditioning the beer, each step of the brewing process must be carefully monitored and controlled to achieve the desired result. One important parameter to be controlled throughout the process is the turbidity or haze of the beer.
Turbidity provides the consumer’s first visual impression of beer quality. Beer turbidity, technically known as haze, can be a desired or an undesired effect. Industrial beer companies normally choose to filter their beer and follow a precise quality control analysis with the aim of reducing the haze. Consumers expect a filtered beer to be a clear, bright and non-hazy product that remains so during its shelf life. On the other hand, artisanal beers normally have higher haze to maintain their unique flavor and appearance, specially for some types of beers such as New-England Indian Pale Ale (NEIPA).