CDR FoodLab ® - Analyses systems for quality control on food and beverage
The analytical methods are easier and faster than traditional procedures
Analysers are supplied already calibrated, reagents are pre-filled in the cuvette and ready to use
Allows you to maintain quality control throughout production while getting results in real time
CDR FoodLab, a line of innovative analysis systems composed by analysers and reagents
CDR FoodLab is a line of innovative analysis systems composed by analysers and reagents kits for quality control on food and beverage.
CDR Foodlab systems allow you to analyze more samples at the same time, to manage the determination of several analytical parameters on many types of food and beverage with the same accuracy and precision of traditional methods.
One single instrument provides you with an all-inclusive testing system answers without relying on dedicated external laboratories or skilled technical staff.
CDR FoodLab Features:
Optimized methods to get reliable results quick and easily.
The sample is analysed as it is without treatment or with a simple treatment.
Calibrated in correlation to the standard reference methods.
Allows you to maintain quality control throughout production while getting results in real time.
Comes pre-calibrated and ready to use with no annual maintenance needed.
No chemical laboratory or fume hood required.
No Laboratory background needed to use.
Reduced waste and costs.
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