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Hanna Instruments, Inc. Launches Redesigned Mini Automatic Titrators for Wine Analysis

Hanna Instruments is pleased to announce the release of two new mini automatic titrators designed specifically for wine production.

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WOONSOCKET, RI- October 9, 2012 - Hanna Instruments is pleased to announce the release of two new mini automatic titrators designed specifically for wine production.

The new titrators, HI 84500 and HI 84502, are designed to measure Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) and Total Acidity, parameters essential in the art of wine making.

These units replace HI 84100 and HI 84102 and feature improved accuracy with a high precision piston dosing system and compact, space saving footprint. They also feature automatic stirrer speed control, a graphic mode with exportable data and a Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) feature which allows users to view calibration data.

“Hanna Instruments understands that small variations in acidity and sulfur dioxide content can have a significant impact on the overall quality and stability of wine.” said Paul Fabsits, Vice President of Global Business Development for Hanna Instruments. “The more accurate the instrumentation, the more consistent the results will be. By incorporating a new precision piston style dosing system and an algorithm for dynamic dosing, we have been able to take an already accurate product and improve it significantly.”

In addition to performing automatic titrations, these units provide the added benefit of doubling as an mV/ORP meter (HI 84500) and a pH/mV meter (HI 84502). This added usability gives users the ability to consolidate some of their processes, saving time and money.

Hanna’s new mini titrators will be available through any of our 40 international locations. These offices provide Hanna customers with local service, support and training and are part of Hanna’s goal to provide an exceptional customer experience.