Specific applications for the dairy industry

Anaspec Solutions has a very broad analytical package for the food –and dairy industry, such as FTNIR, NMR, particle size, particle shape, zetapontential, primary, wet chemical and complete automated instrumentation. Especially for the dairy industry we can provide dedicated instrumentation for fermentation and coagulation. Both technologies are developed by the Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA). This nominated French institute has a close cooperation with the National Institute for Dairy Research in the Netherlands (NIZO).

CINAC controls the fermentation

The Cinac system monitors continuously lactic fermentation acid forming activity. The monitoring is carried out through simultaneous observation of pH and temperature evolution in several samples.

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The Coagulation manager

The Optigraph is designed to measure renneting ability, coagulation characteristics, formation of curd and firmness in milk using near infrared technology—all in real time.

Up to 10 samples can be measured simultaneously using 10 mL cuvettes. Temperature control of the cuvettes can be set between 25° to 45°C. The instrument goes through an auto calibration cycle before each test to ensure the quality and reliability of the data.

The Optigraph has no moving parts and only the measuring cuvettes need cleaning after each use.

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