Nitrogen/protein analyzer according to Dumas for routine analysis of samples such as food or animal feed up to 1 g sample weight. The rapid N cube is a fast, safe and environment-friendly alternativ...read more
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5 out of 5EASE OF USE
5 out of 5AFTER SALES SERVICE
5 out of 5VALUE FOR MONEY
Review date: 21 May 2012
Application Area: Protein Analysis rapid N cube
"The instrument works well without more than usual maintenance problems. The price is fair and the data system works well. Service after the sale has been great, helpful without asking you to pay for each bit of advice."
"customer service is top notch. have been using the device for ten years and have had exemplary service throughout its lifetime."
Nitrogen/protein analyzer according to Dumas for routine analysis of samples such as food or animal feed up to 1 g sample weight. The rapid N cube is a fast, safe and environment-friendly alternative to the classical Kjeldahl method. The rapid N cube is a particularly reliable and durable instrument based on the most modern microelectronics and mechanics.
High temperature combustion Dumas combustion method for N-Protein acc. to AOAC, DIN/ISO, EN and many international standards
Large weighing range Up to 1 g sample weight (1g organic matter)
Concentration range from ppm to 100% or 500 mg N abs.
Clean, safe, fast The analysis only takes a few minutes, no aggressive or toxic chemicals are used, CO2 as intelligent carrier gas
Easy installation requirements 48 x 55 cm benchtop space, 1 power supply (230, 110, 100 V), and two gases are sufficient for maintenance free long time operation
Multipoint calibration stable over months and matrix independent
Instrument control with a standard PC for perfect results also for unknown or heavily variable sample matrices, 21 CFR Part 11 functionality available. Possibility for remote service due to full digitalization of the instrument electronics
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