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RX monza - Effortless and Accurate Wine Testing

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The RX monza is a compact semi-automated analyser for winery laboratories. It is ideally suited as a point of call for first time testing in the wine industry. Performing tests on this analyser is easy and straightforward with simple procedures and onboard step by step instructions making this high performance analyser suited to any levels of experience or expertise.

This analyser is ideally placed as an independent stand alone analyser with extensive quality control functions and high performance characteristics or as a back up system in larger testing facilities.

RX monza software
The RX monza software is versatile, comprehensive and easy to use. Eight informative software screens display clear, logical menus along with relevant function keys, context-specific help and troubleshooting options. The software is capable of performing all quality control analysis on board including Levey-Jennings Charts.

Product RX monza - Effortless and Accurate Wine Testing
Company Randox Food Diagnostics
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Randox Food Diagnostics
30 Cherryvalley Road Crumlin Co. Antrim United Kingdom BT29 4QN

Tel: +44 (0) 28 9442 2413
Fax: +44 (0) 28 9445 2912
Email: enquiries@randoxfooddiagnostics.com



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