Fruit juice, carbonated beverages, sports drinks,Flavored beverages
There are many varieties of drinks that come to mind when it comes to "beverages." With the exception of tea and sports drinks, on the hole, beverages contain about 10g of sugar per 100g.
Sugar level, as well as concentration (Brix) can be measured with in-line refractometers.
In-line meters are used to provide measurements on samples in blending equipment that mix raw materials and water, as well as a pass/fail check for products before filling.
Mixing Ratio Feedback System
In real time, measure mixing ratio and respond by changing flow volume adjustment.
Pre-Bottling Final Check
A final check on the product before bottling is made to make sure it is within specifcations. Controlling the switch between various liquids can help reduce liquid loss.
For carbonated beverages
When adding carbonation before filling, the concentration can be controlled once the carbination is added.
Sport drinks usually measure about 6% Brix.
Check for liquid switch
When switching to a new liquid on the production line, the concentration can be checked for whether or not it has been changed.
Cleaning Solution Concentration Check
Used to monitor appropriate concentration level of the caustic soda or peracetic acid used to sanitize the piping system.