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LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA-- As the number of new wineries are sprouting up throughout Virginia, and other neighboring states, the trend towards wine quality, and high standards is also increasing. Vitilis™ Enology Lab Services, a new venture established by Sébastien Marquet and partner Isabelle Truchon, launching on Tuesday, September 2, serving Virginia and East Coast States, is focused on assisting winemakers reach their quality goals; through quick and easy access to valuable and reliable results, all year round.
Bellingham + Stanley has upgraded its RFM300+ Series of Peltier brand temperature controlled refractometers so that more than 400 test results can be stored for review or download. The unit also now features a bright, high-definition 4” color display as well as LAN and USB connections. Details: bellinghamandstanley.com
Chrislan Ceramics is now offering tap handles for wine keg systems. The company can incorporate logos or brand names into its house tap designs or develop a custom-designed handle as well. Tap handles come threaded to fit 3/8”, or #10 metric systems. For larger orders, Chrislan can provide custom ferules and finials. Details: chrislanceramics.com
DNA-based security system and hologram manufacturer Holoptica announced a new concept in QR codes for brand protection, product recognition and document security applications. The new holoQR features a barcode embedded in the holographic image and provides on-the-spot verification of products. The code can be linked to Holoptica’s verification database or to another server. Details: holoptica.com
Milwaukee Instruments is calling its new DL-100 pH data logger as one of the biggest innovations in pH analysis in the past 40 years. The new logger works with any manufacturer’s probe and meter or a controller that uses a standard BNC probe connection. The DL-100 also comes equipped with probe validation software to ensure a probe is accurate and a large LCD readout. The logger uses a SD card to store data and can perform real-time analysis without interrupting scheduled sampling. Details: milwaukeeinstruments.com
Primera announced its new LX900 printer is the fastest and most economical color label printer on the market. The supplier reports the LX900 features high-resolution inkjet technology to print labels for wine bottles, boxes and other packaging. Labels can feature photos, graphics, illustrations and high-resolution or two-dimension bar codes. Print resolution is up to 4800 dpi and the unit can print full-color labels at up to 4.5” per second in draft mode. The LX900 uses individual print cartridges for cyan, magenta, yellow and black. Details: primeralabel.com
Solar LED innovations announced the release of its new Solar Pod Lights for use in the field. The lights feature an all-inclusive solar power system that includes an energy storage battery and automatic LED lights that activate at night and turn off in the morning. Solar LED designed the lights for use in portable toilets in the field or at remote workstations. “The entire system is about the size of a hockey puck, so it fits anywhere light is needed,” said Tom Chorman, CEO and founder of Solar LED. Details: solargoose.com
Santa Rosa, CA, August 11, 2014 – M.A. Silva, the leading manufacturer of cork, glass and packaging, has been named as a 2014 Best Places to Work winner in the North Bay.
Betts Truck Parts & Service announced the addition of Delco Remy rotating electrics to its product line. The company now carries Delco Remy starters and alternators for class 5-8 trucks, along with starters and alternators for refrigerated trailers.
St. Helena, Napa Valley, CA—California farmers each year face challenges in competition for precious water resources, and now with one of the most severe drought cycles in history, this innovative new irrigation tool has come along just in time. The Deep-Root Irrigation or DRI was developed by a friend to Napa Valley grape growers, Jeff Ciudaj, who has been field testing the product to great success for the past three years.
The new Alcolyzer ME module by Anton Paar makes it possible to measure the alcohol content of all alcoholic beverages. From wine to cider and spirits, the Alcolyzer ME employs Anton Parr’s NIR method for direct alcohol measurement with an expanded alcohol range. The unit requires a daily calibration with water and an occasional treatment with a water and ethanol solution. Details: anton-paar.com
The Burkert multi-channel transmitter and control unit, Type 8619, now features a new, separate housing to offer more options on where the unit can be installed. The unit can connect multiple sensors for data logging, control and dosing and the new housing means the Type 8619 can be installed on walls, pipelines and railings. Details: burkert-usa.com
Deep Root Irrigation announced it has developed a new irrigation system that could save growers water while boosting the growth of their plants. Based on tests in Napa County, the company claims its DRI-12 can use up to 50% less water than traditional drip systems. The unit can be installed on existing emitters and can also be used to apply liquid fertilizers to the root zone. drisystem.com
Della Toffola announced the release of its OMNIA ceramic cross-flow filter in the United States for trials and purchase. The new filter provides a juice recovery rate of more than 90% and can be used to separate wine from lees as well as juice from solids and to extract clean juice from cold-settled lees, according to the manufacturer. “Ceramics are capable of a longer life; they never die,” said Giacomoa Della Toffola, grandson of the company’s founder and production supervisor of research and development. “It’s like buying a diamond. They last forever.” Details: dellatoffola.us

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