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Nomacorc: Oxygen analyzer for wine industry

Nomacorc’s next generation NomaSense oxygen analyzer systems—the NomaSense O2 P6000 and NomaSense O2 P300 – are portable Total Package Oxygen (TPO) meters that allow users to measure and control the total amount of oxygen in wine, particularly during bottling, helping to improve wine quality and bottle-to-bottle consistency.
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A sophisticated, easy-to-use analyzer, NomaSense measures both head space and dissolved oxygen using an integrated conversion calculator to determine the TPO. The NomaSense O2 P300 has a limit of detection of 15 parts/billion (ppb) and is intended for use throughout the winemaking process ­ most importantly at the bottling line ­ to improve quality control. The more sensitive NomaSense O2 P6000 has a lower detection limit of 1 part/billion and can also serve as a quality control tool, but is more specifically for laboratory use and scientific study.

Other features and benefits include an improved user-friendly software interface with easier navigation, as well as enhanced data and file management systems for better traceability. The new devices also make sample identification easier via a QR code reader. The high-tech portable device has a sleek appearance and is significantly smaller in size compared to the original NomaSense analyzer ­ all while being more affordable.

Compatible with existing accessories and consumables.

 

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