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Take control of quality testing

27 February 2014

The FoodLab range of analysers provide accurate testing of a wide range of quality, oxidation and stability parameters, providing results compliant with reference methods.

Tests that normally require complex analysis or external testing can be performed in the production environment or a satellite laboratory. Results are available in minutes allowing processing to be adjusted in real time.

Rapid and easy to use on a variety of food products, the FoodLab range offers over 30 tests including peroxide value, free fatty acids, p-anisidine value, lactic acid, lactose, ammonia, chloride, peroxidase, butyric acid and cholesterol. Results are displayed via a built in printer or the analyser can be connected to a computer or LIMS system.

The FoodLab analysers use low toxicity reagents in pre-filled cuvettes and require no calibration or maintenance. The range includes specialised analysers for edible oils, vegetable oils, palm oil and alcoholic beverages.   


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