Advanced Tools for Larger Wineries
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Upgrade from manual titration with our mini titrators for small and medium wineries.
Vine to glass; quality wine starts and ends with edge®.
edge® Wine pH Meter (kit)
With everything you need for accurate wine analysis, including buffers, solutions, stirrer, meter, and a probe specialized for wine, you can be sure you have all the tools to measure pH and more.
Hassle-free analysis with our specialized pH electrode for winemaking that resists clogging up to 20x longer than standard electrodes.
edge’s flat profile and 8-hour rechargeable battery make it easy to carry around your cellar while it's compact benchtop cradle sets your wine lab up right.
Simple. Original. Smart.
HALO® Wireless pH Meter for Wine$235.00
Upgrade to a wireless pH testing experience for better quality.
Our HALO for home and craft winemakers has a glass body, spherical tip, and Hanna’s Clogging Prevention System (CPS) that resists clogging 20x longer. Take direct pH and temperature measurements using your smartphone or tablet.
Take the guesswork out of Brix analysis.
Digital Refractometer for Brix Analysis in Must and Juice$180.00
Hanna Instruments' digital refractometers offer a simple way to measure the sugar content in grape juice or must. It only takes one device, a small sample, and two seconds to measure your Brix content.
"The Hanna Mini Titrator is a great tool for increased accuracy and decreased time load in the lab of any small winery."
- Jay Christianson,
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"This is the way to go!"
I highly recommend the mini-autotitrators for both SO2 AND TA. They are very reliable, accurate, and quick to give a result. The big bonus is being able to test everything in-house!
Sautee Hard Cider Co., Inc.
"Earned my loyalty!"
I have always been impressed with the quality of customer service I have received from Hanna Instruments. They have often gone above and beyond to help me sort out equipment or procedural issues.
Hanna Instruments products have greatly improved performance while cutting cost in my wine lab. Between the ease of use, accuracy, and repeatability, I am able to get the information I need quickly and reliably.
A stable wine is a quality wine.
Clarify your wine so it’s signature taste, aroma, and appearance won’t change while in storage.
Our Portable Turbidity and Bentonite Meter offers a quick test to verify the risk of future protein haze formation; therefore, allowing you to confidently define the right amount of bentonite to add. This ensures you get the color and clarity you desire for a great wine every time.
Control dissolved oxygen for distinct quality.
Get consistently accurate dissolved oxygen measurements to achieve the right balance in your wine.
Whether it's reduced or alternatively oxidized, the taste of wine can be dramatically affected by oxygen. Monitor DO for timely and effective micro-ox implementations and to ensure consistent process control and operation of equipment.
Quicker than a freeze test.
Tartrate stability in wine is very important. Much quicker than other methods, conductivity is a practical and reliable method to make sure your wine not only looks good, but tastes good too.
pH Testing Tips
Depending on the nature of your samples, your pH electrode can become dirty or clogged resulting in slow and faulty readings. Regular cleaning will prolong the life of your electrode.
To ensure your pH measurements are accurate, be sure to calibrate after extended storage, cleaning, and before use. Use fresh buffers that bracket your expected value.
A dry electrode results in slow, incorrect measurements. Always use the proper storage solution and be sure to fully cover the junction.
To learn more, download our pH Best Practices Guide here!
Measuring sulfur dioxide for a better quality wine.
Clean sulfur dioxide is a widely used additive in the wine industry.
There are several significant benefits to adding sulfur dioxide to wine. These include:
- Helping to reduce undesirable bacteria, molds, and yeasts
- Acting as an antioxidant - slowing down the oxidation process
- Maintaining wine’s desirable characteristics such as taste, fruit flavoring, and aroma
Learn exactly why sulfur dioxide matters in your wine and how to measure it correctly, the first time. Get our e-book on measuring SO2 in wine.