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ATAGO CO., LTD. (Tokyo, Japan) Holds Completion Ceremony for Second Factory

ATAGO CO., LTD. hosted a completion ceremony on November 3, 2017 for its second factory in Fukaya city, Saitama, Japan.
The ceremony was attended by branch offices all over the world to celebrate everlasting commitment to serving local and global community.  

 

Interview with Local Expert, Mr. Jon Rowley

We sat down with Mr. Jon Rowley, a local expert and consultant.

Healthy Family- Take control of your salt

 

ATAGO Launches PAL-Easy SALT Pocket Salt Meter for Healthy Living

ATAGO to Showcase Cutting-Edge Refractometers, Polarimeters at PITTCON 2016

 

Equipped with their latest innovations in optical instrumentation, ATAGO is set to exhibit at PITTCON 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia.

ATAGO to Show Brix/Total Acidity Meters at Unified Wine and Grape Symposium 2016

Original Publication Date: January 20, 2016
The PAL-BX/ACID series of hybrid instruments by ATAGO are capable of measuring both Brix and Total Acidity.
These measurements have great importance in winemaking, brewing, and farming.

ATAGO Presents New Portable Viscometry Alternative

Original Publication Date: January 05, 2016

The new VISCO™ from ATAGO brings a new dimension of portability and convenience to the science of viscometry.

ATAGO’s New Pocket-Size Dip-Style Salt Meter Plunges Deep into the Food Industry

Original Publication Date: December 04, 2013
ATAGO has added an important and versatile new probe measuring method to complement its popular line of salt meters. Now, more people than ever can take advantage of this convenient salinity test.

ATAGO Releases New High-Accuracy In-Line Process Refractometer

Original Publication Date: October 2, 2013
ATAGO’s newest in-line process refractometer, the CM-800α, offers users a higher-accuracy option within its popular “CM” line.

Beekeepers Buzzing over ATAGO’s New MASTER-HONEY Refractometer

Original Publication Date: June 26, 2013
For years, beekeepers have used ATAGO’s HHR-2N refractometer to test the moisture levels of honey.

The new MASTER-HONEY tweaks the classic design, offering the same reliability with a host of convenient new features.

ATAGO Urine Specific Gravity Refractometers Continue to Catch Drug Test Cheaters

 

Original Publication Date: June 18, 2013
As methods for cheating drug tests become more sophisticated, drug screening technicians continue to rely on a tried and tested method for detecting diluted urine samples: refractometers to measure urine specific gravity.

New Digital Salt Meters from ATAGO Offer Easier Way for Seafood Processors to Maintain Consistent Quality

Original Publication Date: June 12, 2013
ATAGO's series of safe, cost-effective digital salt meters, including the ES-421 and PAL-ES2, have provided a fantastic alternative to traditional titration, 3rd party testing, and reagent strips in the seafood processing industry. Domestic fish roe processors have found the units particularly useful.

Colostrum Quality Refractometer from ATAGO Trumps Traditional Colostrometers

Original Publication Date: May 30, 2013
Colostrometers, aka colostrum hydrometers, have been the traditional instrument used to determine colostrum quality for decades. \

However, 
these tools are far from perfect, and other instruments, namely refractometers, have become much better alternatives in colostrum management tools.

ATAGO's New Polarimeter/Saccharimeter Gets Rave Reviews From Sugar Producers

Original Publication Date: May 14, 2013
ATAGO released its state of the art 
SAC-i Automatic Polarimeter/Saccharimeter in April of 2013. It has already received rave reviews from sugar producers around the world.

Dip-style Digital Refractometers: Why Athletic Trainers are Making the Switch

Original Publication Date: March 08, 2013
Athletic Trainers across the country are making the switch to digital dip-style refractometers, for reasons from better hygiene to higher accuracy

 

Refractometers are Revolutionizing Beer-making Operations

Original Publication Date: March 04, 2013
More and more brewers - from global beer manufacturers to small-scale, independent breweries and even hobbyists - are switching to using refractometers for specific gravity measurement.

Hydrometers are a thing of the past.