BVM is a volume measuring device for bakery products approved by AACCI.
The instrument provides a reproducible and precise volume analysis. The device is very durable and easy to use for millers, bakeries, food companies, food raw material suppliers, food research institutes and test kitchens.
After placing the product on the rotating platform inside the device, its volume is analyzed by laser located at the end of the rotating arm. The volume, dimensions, weight and density parameters are displayed together with the 3D image of the sample.
Features and Benefits
Volume measurements approved by AACCI (AACCI method 10-14.01).
It is 5 times faster than seed volume meters. It is usually a measurement taken in 20-30 seconds.
Accurate and Repeatable
It is 5 times more accurate than seed volume meters.
Full-size analysis, user-defined parameters and calculations, flexible data reporting and easy transfer to spreadsheet programs.
Suitable for laboratory and product environment.
No change in product during analysis.
One model fits all sizes of your products. The variable radius laser arm provides maximum flexibility without sacrificing accuracy, allowing the laser to be optimized for sample distance.
Usage areas of volume measurement
Loaf bread, bread pan, hamburger bread, baguette bread, cakes, roll cakes and pastries, cookies, crackers, pita bread and other types of bread.
Quality Assurance and Control
Check bread production lines, flour quality and raw material performance. You have quality control between different product batches, shifts and production facilities. Make sure that the product volume matches the packaging.
Product and Process Development
Test kitchens, test bakeries and bakery equipment suppliers: control flour, raw materials, additives, processing equipment and methods.
Research & Development
Universities, food research institutes and suppliers of food raw materials: research of new substances, products and processes.
|Max. Product Size (HxWxD):||45x28x28 cm|
|Dimensions (HxWxD):||84x59x47 cm (in operation), 54x37x47 cm (in transport)|
|Net weight:||18 kg|
|Power Requirements:||100–240 Vac, 50–60 Hz, 120 VA|
|Computer Requirements:||Windows Vista or higher, 1 GHz x86 CPU, 512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended), 3D graphics card with DirectX 8 support, 1 GB HDD space, USB port|
PerkinElmer’s NexION 2000 is the most versatile ICP-MS on the market, featuring an array of unique technologies that combine to deliver the highest performance no matter what your analytical challenge. Discover the effortless versatility of an instrument that makes it easy to handle any sample matrix, any interference, and any particle size.
Ideal for laboratories new to ICP Mass Spectrometry, the NexION 2000 B ICP-MS features:
A dedicated SMARTintro sample-introduction module simplifies operator setup, streamlining your workflows
Extended Dynamic Range capabilities provide the ability to detect high-and low-level elements in a single sample run
Three quadrupoles, three gas channels, and three modes of operation combine to offer better interference removal, delivering better detection limits/improved data accuracy
The industry’s fastest data acquisition speed on the market (100,000 points/sec) to handle any particle size
A new solid-state RF generator with revolutionary LumiCoil technology – first ICP-MS RF coil that requires no maintenance or cooling
Triple Cone Interface with Quadrupole Ion Deflector, delivering no maintenance beyond the cones
Syngistix software provides an intuitive interface that mirrors your workflow, with left-to-right, icon-based navigation that guides you through your analysis. Plus, it’s a cross-platform solution, easing the transition from technique to technique
Built-in Radian Remote Monitoring Service with Syngistix for ICP-MS software v 2.3 or higher – provides real-time monitoring of your NexION system’s diagnostic parameters, enhancing laboratory productivity
The NexION 2000 ICP-MS – Triple Quad Power Meets Single Quad Versatility.
21 CFR Part 11 Compatible: Yes
Depth: 69.0 cm
Height: 75.0 cm
Weight: 150.0 kg
Width: 81.0 cm
Toxic elements can leach into cannabis plants primarily through uptake from the soil, water, and fertilizer. Concentrations are comparatively traced — in the parts per billion or parts per trillion — but can still be harmful to end-consumers. Therefore, it is important to measure both the nutritional and toxic elemental content of plants and plant materials.
Several challenges arise in the elemental analysis of plants. First, because both toxic and nutritional elements must be measured, a wide dynamic range is required. Plants are complex biological entities that require sample preparation, usually consisting of homogenization followed by digestion in order to break down the complex matrix and extract the elements. Despite these steps, matrix-induced spectral interferences still persist which could cause false readings, especially for the toxic elements. Therefore, Collision or Reaction Cell technology has to be used to remove the interferences.
Microwave Digestion and ICP-MS Makes Sampling Easy and Efficient
The NexION ICP-MS combined with a Titan MPS microwave system can effectively analyze cannabis for both nutritional and toxic elements. Analyses are accomplished in both Collision and Standard modes and require only 100 seconds per sample.
Package includes: Titan MPS 8 Position Microwave Sample Preparation System
The Titan MPS is a flexible easy-to-use microwave sample preparation system for pressure digestion of a broad range of samples for subsequent inorganic analysis.
The 8-position pressure vessel microwave has dual magnetrons with 1,500 Watts peak output microwave power delivered in 1% output increments. Designed for rugged, routine laboratory use the system incorporates a stainless steel outer case, which encloses a cylindrical corrosion-resistant PFA coated oven cavity that ensures homogeneous microwave distribution.
Reproducible sample digestion is achieved through precise reaction control of temperature and/or pressure. Access to the sample area from above via a hinged lid offers easy sample access. The system employs 100 mL vessels and allows digestion temperatures up to 260 °C and pressures up to 100 bar.
Titan MPS Direct Temperature Control™ (DTC): sophisticated non-contact IR sensor provides superb reaction control by measuring the real-time temperature of each individual sample material (not the vessel surface temperature) while also eliminating the contamination issues and inconvenience of contact sensing devices.
Titan MPS Direct Pressure Control™ (DPC): This unique contact-free system utilizes a combination of polarized light and glass pressure ring with a remote optical sensor built into the vessel cap to measure and control pressure changes in a reference vessel.
Flexible Turntable: Simple and rugged, the turntable supports long-life vessels for high-pressure digestions. Optional interchangeable turntables allow for a quick and easy changeover from 8-position vessels to 16-position vessels to deliver high sample throughput for applications that do not require a high-pressure vessel.
Pre-installed sample methods: pre-installed sample methods are available covering a wide range of digestion conditions, with space for many additional user-created methods.
Software: Monitor and control multiple Titan MPS systems over a network via the standard Ethernet connection for convenient viewing of reactions and conditions, data analysis, and system control. English, German, French, Spanish, Italian languages are supported on the color touch-screen.
Safety: The rugged construction of the lid and its interlocked sensor system ensures operator safety and security. A gas containment manifold utilizing a unique “quick connect” vessel attachment safely contains any gas which may escape during an unplanned vessel overpressure situation.
Attributes / Specifications:
Temperature control: Optical/sample temperature
Pressure control: IR/direct sample
Power: 230V, 50–60 Hz
Pressure rating: 100 bar (8 position)
Depth: 63.5 cm
Height: 43.2 cm
Weight: 53.0 kg
Width: 53.4 cm