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Measuring speed: 30 seconds for a milk sample

Screening for milk adulteration

Parameters: Fat, Protein, Lactose, Total Solids, Solids-non-Fat, Citric Acids, Freezing Point Depression, Free Fatty Acids
Density, Total Acidity

For use by: Dairies in laboratories

Technology: Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) analysis

Samples: Milk, cream, whey
Optional calibrations are available for concentrated milk products, yoghurt, desserts and ice cream.

 

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MilkoScan™ FT1 - Milk analysis using FTIR

Security screening of milk in 30 seconds with FTIR technology

Building on the well proven FTIR analytical technology behind the renowned MilkoScan™ FT120, the MilkoScan™ FT1 offers the very latest in liquid milk testing. The MilkoScan™ FT1 analyses the main product components in milk as well as screening for milk abnormalities - all at once. The analysis results can be used for payment, securing the safety of raw material, calculating the mass balance for standardizations purposes and verifying end products.

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What can routine analysis do for you?

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Screening for milk adulteration with spectrum screening

Improve food safety with integrated spectrum screening. You can check milk for abnormalities at the same time as other quantity checks are performed. No extra equipment or time is required.

All about Screening for Milk Adulteration

Download the E-Book: All about Screening for Milk Adulteration

Are you screening for adulterants? E-Book explains why you should and how modern technology makes it accessible to any size or type of business.

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Milk drop

Webinar on Screening for Milk Adulteration

MilkoScan™ FT1 is the first solution to provide pre-calibrated screening models, making it easier than ever to add an extra layer of protection against deliberate and accidental contamination of milk. Learn how easy it is to screen for abnormalities with “out of the box” screening models and use targeted calibrations to check for specific adulterants.

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Webinar on-demand: How to reduce the use of reference analysis

With instrument standardisation you can save time and money, making the most of your MilkoScan™ FT1 now optimized for yoghurt, cream and other viscous products.

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Additional measurement options

With the MilkoScan™ FT1 you can measure it all. Optional calibrations are available for fortified milk and whey, yoghurt and fermented products, desserts and ice cream. See more details here.

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Value of milk standardisation

For years now, dairy manufactures have been saving hundreds of thousands of euros by standardising milk with accurate mid infrared MilkoScan analysers from FOSS.

FTIR technology

Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) analysis

Powerful Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) analysis enables the measurement of new parameters even in complex dairy products.

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Screening for milk adulteration with spectrum screening

Improve food safety with integrated spectrum screening. You can check milk for abnormalities at the same time as other quantity checks are performed. No extra equipment or time is required.

Easy and simple software

The new Software is easy to learn and use and includes valuable features such control chart for monitoring instrument stability, Easy Slope & intercept adjustment and product specification control.

Auto clean for flexible analysis

The automatic clean and zero module reduces operator time by allowing rapid single sample analysis with no time required for cleaning. The operator can just present the sample and leave after 30 seconds.

Instrument standardisation

MilkoScan™ FT1 instruments are standardised for high stability, for example, to give the same results regardless cuvette wear. Likewise, if a new cuvette is installed, only minor slope and intercept adjustments are required.

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