1. Key Tips on Improving Contaminant Detection in the Dairy Industry

    While each process in the dairy industry starts with the same primary ingredient — milk — the end product, processes and packaging vary, but they're different, in terms of the best solutions for contaminant detection.

  2. Metal Detection Solutions For Harsh Environments

    The Thermo Scientific APEX 500/300 HD metal detectors are designed to thrive where typical metal detectors may fail, eliminating expensive downtime, service costs and repair bills. The unique design offers the lowest total cost of ownership possible and can improve operational efficiency in many applications where standard metal detectors are in use today.

  3. Automatic Dilution And Dosage System: DDS Brochure

    The automatic dilution and dosage system automates the routine preparation of sample dilution at accurate weight/weight or weight/volume ratios.

  4. General Purpose pH / ORP Sensor Datasheet

    The 3900 and 3900VP are provided with a double junction reference, which protects the reference element from poisoning ions — such as ammonia, chlorine, cyanides, and sulfides — in the process. Both models are made with porous Teflon® junction positioned near the measuring electrode.

  5. At-Line Measurement Directly At The Tank With OxyQC, CarboQC At-Line And CboxQC At-Line

    Perfect quality before transport, perfect quality upon arrival: meters for dissolved carbon dioxide and oxygen analysis give an insight on a beverage’s composition before and after transport.

  6. The Right Solution For Analyzing Beverages

    Be it a soft drink with or without carbon dioxide, a fruit juice with or without pulp, or even a diet soft drink, every beverage your company makes needs to be analyzed for quality control. Density meters, carbonation meters, and filling devices can help your company ensure each product leaving your facility meets standards of high quality.

  7. How To Transfer Sample From Beverage Cartons

    The determination of dissolved oxygen in beverages filled in cartons without changing the dissolved oxygen concentration during sample transfer is in demand.

  8. Using Six Sigma And The Right Instruments To Reduce Variation In Ingredients

    Manufacturing foods and beverages that consistently meet consumers’ expectations begins with the raw ingredients. Variations in even one ingredient can significantly disrupt the appearance, texture, or taste of the final manufactured product.

  9. Portable Alcohol Meter For Distillates: Snap 50

    The portable alcohol meter Snap 50 measures distillates in all strengths within seconds: from pure distillates to samples taken during watering down to drinkable strength and ready-to-drink spirits.

  10. Portable Alcohol Meter For Distillates: Snap 50 Brochure

    The portable alcohol meter Snap 50 measures distillates in all strengths within seconds: from pure distillates to samples taken during watering down to drinkable strength and ready-to-drink spirits.

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