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  • New FTIR Analyser for the Wine Industry Launched

New FTIR Analyser for the Wine Industry Launched

Jan 17 2019 Read 799 Times

As an established provider of highly accurate and reliable measurement systems, Anton Paar offers renowned solutions for wine producers, filling plants, and fee-for-service laboratories. In a step to complete the portfolio for the wine industry, Anton Paar now launches the novel Fourier-Transform Infra Red (FTIR) Analyzer Lyza 5000 Wine. With a multitude of parameters and connectivity to Anton Paar’s established wine analysing systems, Lyza 5000 Wine is the multi-parameter analyser the industry has been waiting for.

FTIR spectroscopy in combination with chemometric models is one of the most powerful technologies for quickly and accurately determining the essential wine parameters, including ethanol content, sugar profiles, and acid profiles. With Lyza 5000 Wine’s user-friendly touchscreen interface anyone, whether oenologist or lab technician, can handle even complex measurement routines with ease.

Quick results are necessary in order to have immediate quality control during the production process and to minimise reaction times. Lyza 5000 Wine not only gives results in less than one minute in stand-alone operation, it also automates analysis with Anton Paar’s affordable Xsample 520 sample changer. Lyza 5000 Wine connects to Anton Paar instruments such as density meters, alcohol meters, pH meters, and turbidity meters, creating the most powerful measurement system for wine analysis. Results from all connected instruments are collected in an all-in-one report after only one sample preparation, one filling, and one measurement. For the highest degree of automation, Lyza5000 Wine can be fully integrated into LIMS systems via Ethernet and WiFi.

Lyza 5000 Wine is more precise than any other FTIR analyser. The reason for this outstanding precision is the temperature control of ±0.03°C in a 12-bounce attenuated total reflection (ATR) measurement cell, which delivers ideal signal intensity barely influenced by gassing or turbid samples. Integrated workflows guide the user through reference measurements as well as through procedures to determine the instrument’s condition - ensuring the best measurement performance at all times.

For more information on Anton Paar’s Lyza 5000 Wine, visit


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