The CDR BeerLab® is the analysis system built to analyze Beer, Wort and Water. The CDR BeerLab® is designed to perform In-House Process and Quality Controls during each phases of your brewing process.
This versatile system is specifically devised by CDR to respond to the needs of master brewers and to breweries of all size from small to large enterprises. The CDR BeerLab® analysis system allows you to perform a wide range of tests on beer, wort and water with a single device, faster and with ease compared to the traditional methods, all while being totally in-house without having to rely on external laboratories.
So you can determine the most important parameters during all brewing process phases; from the beginning of fermentation to bottling the finished product, all without the need for a chemical laboratory or experienced lab personnel.
CDR BeerLab® Analysis System uses an analyzer based on photometric technology, available in two versions, and a dedicated kit of pipettes.
The ease and reliability of the system is based on exclusive technical features:
> reading cells are equipped with state-of-the-art LED emitters;
> reading and incubation cells are thermostated at 37 ° C;
> the analyzer is supplied pre-calibrated, no further calibration or maintenance is required;
> instruments can be equipped with a printer or PC connection.
CDR BeerLab® Analysis Systems use low toxicity disposable pre-vialed reagents, specifically developed by the research laboratories of CDR.
The use of pre-vialed reagents and dedicated analytical procedures allows:
> a sample preparation that is quick and easy, when needed at all;
> making analytical procedures extremely fast and easy;
> removing all needs for complex calibration procedures;
> removing all needs to handle toxic or carcinogenic agents;
> making the amount of chemical waste generated only a fraction of the waste generated by standard methods.
Reagents come in packages containing 10 test tubes each, to perform 10 tests (or packages for 100 tests containing 10 single packages of 10 test tubes each).