Established in 1796, A.KRÜSS (or A. Kruess) Optronic has been producing high-precision optical measuring instruments for more than 200 years. In a nationwide competition held in 2005 the company won an award to become one of Germany's "Top 100" innovative medium-sized companies. As part of our heritage we not only consider it a social obligation to train apprentices in both the technical and commercial sectors but also an essential factor in our long-term innovation process.
At a Glance: Laboratory Equipment Made by A.KRÜSS Optronic:
Determining Refractive Index Using PR21 Process Refractometer
M5000 Fully Automatic Melting Point Meter
FP8800 Flame Photometer - FP8800 Flame Photometer Setting New Benchmarks in Flame Photometry
P8000 Series High-Speed Polarimeter Characterized by Excellent Measurement Speed
PT 31 Adjustable Electronic Peltier Thermostat
Digital Density Meter with Extremely Small Sample Volume
An Introduction to Refractometry
High Precision Optical Measuring Instruments
KrüssLab Enables Remote Control of Your Lab Instruments
Flame Photometer - FP8800 from A.KRÜSS Optronic
Economy Polarimeter - P3000 from A.KRÜSS Optronic
A.KRÜSS Optronic MSZ5000 Professional Stereo Microscopes
A.KRÜSS Optronic MBL3000 Series Professional Biological Microscopes
A.KRÜSS Optronic DR6000-Series Automatic Refractometer
A.KRÜSS Optronic AR2008 Digital Abbe Refractometer
A.KRÜSS Optronic P8000 Automatic Polarimeter
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