The Series 3000 Food Analyser is a NIR spectrometer designed to measure protein, fat, water, sugar, alcohol and other compounds in foods. The key to the Series 3000 Food Analyser is the sample draw that provides a means of analysing a wide range of materials, ie, granules, powders, liquids, slurries, emulsions, films and solids.
The rotating sample drawer provides a means of collecting Near Infrared Transmission (NIT) spectra over a wide area and then averaging the spectra to give more accurate results.
|Appl Note 169 Moisture in Meat and Bone Meal using the MultiScan Series 3000 Food Analyser.|
|Appl Note 161 Comparison of the Series 3000 Food Analyser for measuring Chemical Lean versus the Microwave Drying method.|
|Appl Note 160 MultiScan Series 3000 Food Analyser Beef Pork and Lamb Validation Study.|
|Appl Note 151. Skim Milk Analysis for Moisture Fat and Protein using the Series 3000 Food Analyser.|
|Appl Note 115. Analysis of Fat and Moisture in Butter using the S3000 Food Analyser|
|Appl Note 090. Meat Samples Analysis using Series 3000|
|Appl Note 064. Calibration of Fat in Polish Cream using the Series 3000 Food Analyser|
|Appl Note 063. Calibration of Fat and Moisture in Polish Hard Cheese using a Series 3000 Food Analyser|