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Quality Control, Sampling & Analysis, Moisture Management


BRUKER OPTICS FT-NIR spectroscopy allows the rapid determination of multiple nutrients of wet and dry forages. The faster procedure of analyzing fresh wet forage gains importance for screening of the increasing number of samples during harvest. The standard sample preparation procedure with drying and grinding is precise but labour intensive and time consuming. Moreover the composition changes due to loss of volatile components and chemical reactions. On the other hand wet forage is inhomogeneous and requires a suitable handling and sample presentation for reliable NIR results. The Bruker Optics FT-NIR Analyzer MPA II is now available with


a new big rotating sample cup with a diameter of 370mm which allows easy analysis with a minimal sample preparation. The measured sample area is 100 times the area of a static sample and thus enables the analysis of such inhomogeneous samples efficiently and with only one filling. Inserts with two diameters are available to minimize the required sample volume. For maize silage e.g. just approx. 500g of sample are sufficient to fill the sample area around the insert. All kind of wet fresh and ensiled forages, silages and maize as well as dry roughages (hay, straw) can be analyzed. Rudolf-Plank-Str. 27 76275 Ettlingen, Germany 07243/504-2000


info.bopt.de@bruker.com


BUCHI UK LTD BUCHI NIR-Online®


www.bruker.com/optics


deliveries • Maximum certainty with full batch check instead of limited average control samples • Simultaneous multi-parameter determination for facilitated segregation


• Integration with your existing process control software Extensive process expertise • Accurate measurements at all times thanks to specialized software automatically distinguishing products from interferences of mechanical parts • Ultra-fast diode array NIR analysers for e.g. one measurement every 6 mm at a belt speed of 80 m/min • Perfectly adapted to height fluctuating materials on conveyors thanks to measuring distance of up to 400 mm


Ease of use • Fully automated


• Reference sample collection by optional bypass sampler • Report generation and auditing function for instant documentation


• Calibration function for effortless method optimization


analysers


offer enhanced productivity and higher quality for maximum gross profit margins at all stages of production – from incoming goods through to finished products with typical payback times less than 1 year. Closely monitoring key parameters such as moisture, fat or


protein is crucial to correct deviations occurring in any manufacturing process. BUCHI NIR-Online®


analysers continuously provide accurate


measurements within seconds to guarantee maximum production efficiency.


Our systems offer Full control • Real-time measurements of entire incoming / outgoing


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BUCHI NIR-Online®


offers turn-key solutions for moving materials


on various conveyor and elevator systems. The functional interaction of NIR-Online®


process analysers and their dedicated software is designed


to meet industry demands at all points of production. 5 Whitegate Business Centre, Jardine Way Chadderton, Oldham, OL9 9QL uk@buchi.com http://www.buchi.com/gb-en 0161 6331000


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