NIR Technology Australia
|Phone:||02 9790 6450|
|Fax:||02 9793 7139|
Suite 103, 56 Kitchener Parade , Bankstown NSW 2200 (Directions)
NIR Technology Systems has been renamed Next Instruments and expanded its product portfolio. In addition to its range of near infrared analysers, the company now offers a broader range of innovative analytical and process instruments for the food, agriculture and nutrition industries.
The SeedCount Image Analysis System designed for measuring physical characteristics of grains and seeds has been upgraded. Originally developed by Weiss International and SeedCount Australasia, SeedCount has been licensed to Stadvis Pty Ltd.
The Cropscan 2000B near infrared transmission analyser is suitable for use by grain processors, flour millers, stock feed manufacturers, oil seed crushers, meal manufacturers and biofuel producers.
SeedCount Australasia and Weiss Enterprises have licensed their SeedCount and CornCount Image Analysis systems to Stadvis. The license transfers the worldwide rights for manufacturing, sales and marketing for SeedCount and CornCount to Stadvis Pty Ltd, a manufacturer of NIR analysers for the grains and food industries.
Stadvis has signed a worldwide licence to commercialise an automated technique developed by the CSIRO Food Futures National Research Flagship to measure glycaemic index (GI) and resistant starch (RS) in foods and cereals.
The Series 2000 near infrared transmission analyser is a diode array spectrometer that uses a selection of sample cells to collect near infrared transmission spectra through liquid, suspensions and emulsions, such as lotions and creams. The Series 2000 scans the wavelength range from 720-1100 nm in transmission and transflectance modes. Organic molecules containing O-H, C-H and N-H bonds exhibit strong NIR absorbance bands within this region of the electromagnetic spectrum.
The Series 2000 Near Infrared Transmission Analyser is a powerful spectrophotometer designed for use in the pharmaceutical, petrochemical, plastics, polymers, textiles, chemical and biofuels industries.
NIR Technology Australia has obtained a certificate of Pattern Approval for the Cropscan 2000 NIR Analyser. Pattern Approval is a national standard for testing equipment and is designed to certify a specific instrument for measuring under a defined set of environmental conditions.
The FOP-38 Analyser has been designed to provide a means of measuring protein, moisture, fat, sugar and alcohol in foods, beverages, dairy products, processed meats and other products. The combination of a diode array spectrophotometer and a fibre optic probe is packaged in a portable carry case.