KjelDigester by Buchi

Manufacturer Buchi  |  Available Worldwide
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Process more Kjeldahl samples per day without compromising quality

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The highly automated KjelDigester
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Average Rating: 5.0
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  • Member since: 2020

  • Organization: Bouira university- ALgeria

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Reliable instrument and essential in any lab.
Rating: 5.0

  • Application Area: Protein analysis

"Accelerated heating and cooling for nitrogen analysis and protein determination. Fast digestion at controlled temperatures. Safe and convenient in any lab."

Review date: 23 Jun 2020 | KjelDigester

The KjelDigester reduces the block digestion process by up to two hours, while meeting the highest safety criteria. The highly automated instrument offers unmatched sample throughput in sample preparation for Kjeldahl analysis

  • Up to two hours of time savings thanks to accelerated heating and cooling step
  • Fast, simple transfer of the 20-sample rack directly to the KjelSampler
  • Unattended operation when using automatic lift and delayed start time option (K-449 only)
  • Programmable setup of time and temperature profiles (K-449 only)
  • Increased user safety with improved sealing for protected transfer of harmful fumes
  • Increased operator safety with no user contact with hot samples thanks to automatic lift (K-449 only)
  • More convenience with magnetic suction module fixation
  • Extended longevity of block and accessories due to protective drip tray
  • Fully compliant with official regulations such as AOAC, ISO, EN
  • Precise temperature control according to the programmed profile
  • Highly reproducible digestion thanks to more thermal homogeneity