Analytical instrumentation

Hyperspectral imaging sensor

10 June, 2009 | Supplied by:

Headwall’s Hyperspec VIS family of integrated hyperspectral imaging sensors for the 380 to 825 nm spectral range claims to provide the foundation for using hyperspectral imaging to achieve superior spectral sensing and chemical imaging.

Mass spectrometers for proteomics

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched two mass spectrometers: the LTQ Velos and LTQ Orbitrap.

Oxidative reaction analysis

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Scientex Pty Ltd

ACL Instruments’ range of chemiluminescence analysis systems has been designed for the study of oxidative effects in aging, stability and high-precision calculation of shelf life.

Wine chemistry test kits

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Novasys Group Pty Ltd

Accuvin wine chemistry test kits are small enough to be carried in the pocket and need no sample preparation, glassware or even operator training; just follow the instructions enclosed with every kit.

Size exclusion chromatography solution

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Varian Australia Pty Ltd

The Prosec 300S is a size exclusion chromatography column designed for the accurate and precise analysis of globular proteins in the pharmaceutical and bioscience industries.

Particle sizing system

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Agilent Technologies Australia Pty Ltd

Agilent Technologies has acquired Particle Sizing Systems, a privately held company that designs and manufactures instruments that measure the particle size and stability in materials ranging from soft drinks to ink jet inks to semiconductor polishing slurries.

Rapid on-site cement elemental analysis

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: PANalytical

The MiniPal 4 Cement energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) spectrometer has been designed specifically to address the analysis requirements of the building materials industry. Extending the company’s MiniPal line, the MiniPal 4 Cement is suitable for on-site quality control during milling, blending and raw feed optimisation. Flexibility, stability and consistent performance ensure the accuracy required to deliver practical benefits even in the hands of inexperienced users.

Dairy milk analyser

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Graintec Pty Ltd

The Miris Dairy Milk Analyser can be used to analyse both milk and cream for: fat, protein, lactose (SNF), dry matter and added water.

Food allergen test kit

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Graintec Pty Ltd

The Romer Labs AgraQuant Food Allergen ELISA test kit can be used to detect food allergens sensitively in a wide range of processed foods and raw materials. The user-friendly test kits include all ready-to-use reagents.

Food protein analyser

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: DKSH Australia Pty Ltd

All proteins in food contain the amino acids Arginine, Histidine and Lysine and CEM’s iTAG technology can bind to the three amino acids.

Imaging spectrograph

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

The Shamrock SR-500i imaging spectrograph is an addition to Andor’s existing range of spectroscopy detection solutions. The instrument will offer users enhanced multi-track capabilities and imaging quality for simultaneous multi-fibre-optic probing and direct-coupling micro-spectroscopy applications.

Blue light transilluminator

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Life Technologies

The Safe Imager 2.0 Blue Light Transilluminator is claimed to eliminate safety concerns and minimise damage to samples.

Liquid chromatography system

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Agilent Technologies Australia Pty Ltd

The Agilent 1290 Infinity liquid chromatography system has been designed to deliver greater power, speed and sensitivity for enhanced performance in the high-end ultra high performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) market.

HPLC detector control

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

Integrating a Corona ultra UHPLC detector with a Waters Acquity UPLC or Alliance HPLC system is easy due to the Empower 2 - Corona detector instrument control software driver. ESA Biosciences has announced that the driver for Waters’ chromatography control and data-analysis platform is available free of charge to new and existing users. The software driver comes standard with all new Corona detectors. The driver can also be used with ESA’s Corona CAD and Corona Plus detectors. Existing users can download a copy by visiting:

Electronic noses and tongues

09 June, 2009 | Supplied by: Bio-Strategy Pty Ltd

Electronic noses and tongues have been developed for taste and odour sensory analysis in both quality control and product development applications. They have particular application in the food, beverage, flavour, fragrance and packaging sectors. As with human assessment, the instruments use comparative analysis of odour or taste fingerprints. The instruments are ‘trained’ to learn tastes and odours by analysis of samples verified by human taste or odour sensory panels and once trained are able to identify presented samples routinely.

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