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CDR FOODLab® and FOODLab® Junior for Milk & Dairy

Simple, fast, accurate chemical analysis for Milk & Dairy

Performing a wide panel of chemistry analyses within minutes is now possible using FOODLab® or FOODLab® Junior. The system can be used to determine the quality of milk (cow, buffalo, goat, sheep) including low fat, whole, raw or pasteurised without any sample preparation required. Minimal sample preparation is required for the analysis of dairy products such as cheese, yogurt, butter and margarine.

FOODLab® and FOODLab® Junior compact design mean they can be used anywhere on the production line to perform quality control at any step in the production process, or back in the dedicated laboratory. All reagents are supplied in a ready to use format, eliminating the handling of toxic compounds and washing of laboratory glassware.

Following the step-by-step instructions on the easy to read LCD screen, both models will automatically calculate and display the result in the correct unit of measure. Featuring the Multi-Tasking Mode, the FOODLab® model can run several analyses simultaneously on the same sample or run the same test on 16 different samples. A printer built-in to the FOODLab® allows all results to be printed for filling or sharing with colleagues. Results can also be printed when using the FOODLab® Junior thanks to the wireless link to an external printer. For complete portability, FOODLab® Junior is available with lithium ion batteries, enabling analysis anywhere in production area.

  • Rapid, accurate results which correlate to traditional methods
  • Minimal (if any) sample preparation
  • Reduce hazardous – staff no longer handle toxic solvents
  • Touchscreen with step by step instructions – user friendly
  • Multi-Tasking Mode with FOODLab® – allows multiple sample analysis
  • Ready-To-Use Reagent vials with a long shelf life

 

Chemical Tests Currently Available: -


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Analysis

∙L-lactic acid in milk, cheese, cream
∙Urea in milk
∙Lactose in milk
∙Ammonia in milk, cream, cheese
Chloride in milk, cheese, watery solutions and sauces
∙Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) in cow’s milk
∙Hydrogen peroxide in milk
∙e-Fructosyl-lysine (Furosine in milk)
∙Peroxidase (POD in milk)
∙Acidity in butter, margarine, and cream
∙Peroxide value in butter, margarine and cream

 

Configurable analysis panel

 Simultaneous Analysis  16  3
 Multi-Task Mode(possibility to perform more analyses on the same sample  Yes  No
 Incubation Module  37°C block with 16 positions  37°C block with 3 positions
 Internal memory to store analysis  Yes  Yes
 Touchscreen Display  Yes  Yes
 Printer  Yes  No
 USB host port to connect USB Memories  Yes  No
 USB port to connect to a computer  Yes  Yes
 Wireless Link for external printer  No  Yes
 Lithium Ion Battery  No  Yes

Video Demonstration 

Brochures
CDR FOODLab® Milk
CDR FOODLab® Junior Milk
CDR FOODLab® Junior MUN

Technical Documents

FOODLab® Lactose Detection in Lactose Free Products
Application Note:090-FD Chemical Analysis of Milk Urea Nitrogen
Application Note: 091-FD Testing for Lactic Acid in Milk

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