• The latest edition of the process analytics catalog from Hamilton Bonaduz AG is now available. In addition to information on the proven products including analog and digital sensors, instruments, cables, pH buffers and conductivity standards as well as transmitters, a few innovations were added as well.

  • (Bonaduz) - At this year’s BrauBeviale, the trade fair for beverage production and marketing, Hamilton Bonaduz AG will present sensor solutions for measuring dissolved oxygen in brewery processes. From November 11 to 13, industry decision makers can inform themselves about these products in hall 6 at exhibition stand 6-152.

  • (Bonaduz, June 2, 2014) - For several years, the digital sensors for the parameters pH, ORP, conductivity and O2 (optical and amperometric) ensure a direct connection via 4-20 mA or Modbus protocol and eliminate the need for a transmitter.

  • Hamilton Storage Technologies has been named the 2013 Southeast Gold winner of the MassEcon Team Massachusetts Economic Impact Award, which celebrates companies that have made an outstanding contribution to the Massachusetts economy. MassEcon selected winners based on job growth, facility expansion, and investment since January 1, 2012, as well as other criteria including community involvement. Finalists competed on a regional basis, defined as West, Central, Southeast, Northeast, and Greater Boston.

  • Hamilton Robotics is a leader in automated liquid handling systems, enabling standardized applications, quickly and affordably. The new Genomic STARlet provides versatility with one system that can run up to eight pre-installed protocols and accommodates different input samples, including bacterial, eukaryotic cells, tissue, blood, plants, and others. Read on to learn more.

  • Today Roche and Hamilton Robotics jointly announced the introduction of a new, integrated platform enabling automated DNA sample enrichment for Roche’s 454 GS Junior sequencer.

  • Arc Conductivity Sensor for Pure and Ultra-Pure Water

  • HOW TO DO O2? Measurement of dissolved oxygen In-line measurements of the most important parameters are well established at breweries. To evaluate the quality and the shelf life of beer, measurement of dissolved oxygen is very common. In this article the two most common principles, amperometric and optical, are compared when installed in the filling process at the Krombacher Brewery in Germany.

  • At the beginning April 2012, Hamilton launches its new device manager. The HDM - Hamilton Device Manager is the successor of the Arc Sensor Configurator.

  • At the beginning of April 2012, Hamilton launches its latest Arc family member: the new ORP (Oxidation Reduction Potential) sensors EasyFerm Plus ORP Arc and Polilyte Plus ORP A