Almost everyone testing the grain needs to divide large amounts of grain samples into a smaller but still representative sample of the whole batch. The SPD 4200 does this faster, easier and better than ever before.
Some grain analyzes require a very small sample amount, which represents the entire batch. Sample dividers have been used for this purpose for many years, but large divider designs cause users to divide the sample in multiple steps that take time and affect accuracy. The SPD 4200 single-step divider provides a sub-sample representing large amounts of samples, small and the whole batch in less than 15 seconds.
Pour the sample into the upper chamber, open the lid to allow the sample to fall from the divider, and open the drawer to take the sample. The system works with gravity and has no moving parts. Transparent separating sections eliminate the risk of sample cross contamination, ensuring that no sample remains in the compartment.
Features and Benefits
For mycotoxin testing, use SPD 4200 for sub-sample, visual grain check, malt germination tests, or other applications where a small representative sample is required.
FastA fully representative sub-sample in a single step and only 15 seconds provides 3.125% of the original sample size. This sample is ready for use for many analyzes.
Easy to Use
Just pour the sample and let it fall by gravity from the dividers. Used safely by users.
Its unique design provides a highly representative sub-sample.
Simple, robust design without moving parts or motors, outstanding device life and low cost.
If a larger sub-sample is desired, the SPD 4200 can be used with fewer divider sections, and if additional sub-samples are required, you can run the sample again after removing the first sub-sample.
It saves space.
Operation and Handling
The SPD 4200 is very easy to use. Just follow the simple steps shown below.
|Pour the grain into the funnel and open the shutter.||When ready, pull out the tray||Divided sub-sample in measuring cup|
|Dimensions (H x D x W):||610 x 290 x 290 mm|
|Net weight:||4 kg|
|Grain Types:||Small grains such as Rice, Wheat, Barley, Rapeseed (Canola), Oats|
|Sample Volume:||Maximum 1 liter|