Delta LactoScope FTIR devices are used by leading dairy companies to measure fat, protein, lactose and more in milk and other dairy products.
Delta LactoScope is a state-of-the-art infrared instrument with modern FTIR optics and an easy-to-use yet powerful software. It has two versions, both of which offer the highest accuracy and are compatible with ISO 9622, IDF141 and AOAC 972.16.
The 3C ™ Solution is used monthly instead of costly reference standard sets. The required calibration significantly reduces the amount of maintenance and standardizes all calibrations in a device.
Operators simply analyze the 3C ™ Solution and LactoScope user software, automatically calculate the necessary adjustments. The software then prompts the operator to simply “accept” the calculated adjustments and apply the adjustments to all product channels. The 3C ™ Solution offers another tool for users who add value and reduce costs by reducing the amount of recalibration sets they need to purchase in addition to the time involved in managing product channels.
|Standard parameters:||Butter, protein, lactose, total solids, SNF|
|Additional parameters:||Added water, real protein, casein, NPN / calculated urea, free fatty acids, pH, citric acid, density, other carbohydrates|
|Measuring speed:||80-120 samples / hour|
|Measuring range for undiluted samples:||Fat 0% – 55%, Protein 0% – 25%, Carbohydrates 0% – 25%, Total solids 0% -60%|
|General repeatability (CV *):||0, 0.25%|
|Accuracy is usually (CV *):||≤ 1% (bulk samples of cow’s milk)|
|Sample volume:||Typical 10 ml|
|Sample temperature:||4 ° C to + 42 ° C (35.5 ° F to + 107.5 ° F)|
|System dimensions (D x W x H):||17.72 “x 33.46” x 19.70 “(45 cm x 230 cm x 50 cm)|
|Weight:||190 lb (86kg)|
|Power source:||110 V-240V, 50 to 60 Hz, 650 VA included. PC|
|Fit:||CE uses EMC directive 89/336 / EC, Low voltage directive 73/23 / EC, IDF 141 / ISO9266 / AOAC approved methodology / The management system that manages the production of this product is ISO 9001 registered.|
* CV, Coefficient of Variation is equal to the standard deviation divided by the average of the tested sample, 100 times. Rose-Gottlieb for oil, Kjelldahl for protein, HPCL for lactose and oven method for total solids.