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CombiScope FTIR 600/300 Hp
The Delta Instruments CombiScope FTIR 600 series, High Performance offer the highest available speed in routine analysis of cow, goat, sheep and buffalo milk. The system consists of two high speed routine analyzers. The LactoScope FTIR 600 for measuring the chemical composition and the SomaScope LFC 600 for counting Somatic cells in raw milk at a speed of 600 samples per hour.

The new Delta Instruments CombiScope offers new business opportunities for your laboratory. The latest technology of Infrared Fourier transform and LED-Flow cytometry is used, which created a new level of accuracy, speed and user friendliness with low cost of ownership.

For more detailed information please contact your local representative or Delta Instruments B.V.
Specifications
The CombiScope is able to measure many different components which are visible in the raw milk spectrum, next to the basic components (fat, protein, lactose, solids),
for example:

Casein
True Protein
NPN/Calculated Urea
pH
Freezing Point Depression (after Koops et al.)

with an analysis speed up to 300 and 600 samples per hour.
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CombiScope FTIR 600 300 Hp

CombiScope FTIR 600 300 Hp

  • CombiScope FTIR 600/300 Hp
  • CombiScope FTIR 600/300 Hp
  • CombiScope FTIR 600/300 Hp
  • CombiScope FTIR 600/300 Hp
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Documentation
 TitleDescriptionSize 
Specifications CombiScope FTIR 600HPSpecifications CombiScope FTIR 600HP547.38 KBDownload
CombiScope FTIR 600 HPMarketing brochure532.46 KBDownload
Specifications CombiScope FTIR 300HPSpecifications CombiScope FTIR 300HP548.48 KBDownload
WarrantyLimited Lifetime Warranty36.47 KBDownload
Validation LactoScope FTIR600Validation test 600 samples per hour520.77 KBDownload
Validation SomaScope LFC600 Validation test 600 samples per hour305.50 KBDownload
Impact of fatty acid compositionon the accuracy of mid-infrared fat analyzes778.46 KBDownload
Prediction of fatty acid chain lengthand unsaturationmilk fat by mid-infrared milk analysis246.31 KBDownload
Calibration of Infrared Milk AnalyzersModified Milk versus Producer Milk555.97 KBDownload