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CropScan 1000B Near Infrared Transmission Analyser is designed to measure protein, oil, starch, fiber and moisture in whole grains of wheat, barley, canola, sorghum, oats, triticale, soybean, corn, rice, peas, beans etc. The CropScan 1000B uses a 500ml cup of grain that is poured into the hopper. The grain drops into a measurement cell where 10 scans are collected and averaged to provide a result in approximately 35 seconds. An optional test weight module is available for the Cropscan 1000B so that Test Weight or Hectolitre Weight can be calculated automatically. Screenings Weight and Retention Weight can be entered into the CropScan 1000B using the keypad, so that all parameters are computed and displayed on the screen. CropNet Grain Data Management and Weighbridge Software are available to operate in a PC in order to read a weighbridge monitor and produce a load report. CropNet stores the data into the PC and can post the data onto the internet for remote viewing using a Smart Phone, Tablet or PC.

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The management of our on farm storage and marketing program has been made so much easier and professional since purchasing our Cropscan 1000B... In today’s deregulated market it is very important that we as growers know the quality of grain leaving our farms to ensure that all delivery points are adhering to industry standards and that end users are being provided with the quality they demand. I believe owning a Cropscan 1000B has without doubt assisted us to improve the return we make from our cropping enterprise.
Lisa Orchin

Next Instruments

Next Instruments manufactures a range of innovative analytical and process instruments for the food, agriculture and nutrition markets. We also import analysers for food and grain testing.

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