Milk analysis
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Milk analysis

Somatic cell counter LACTOSCAN SCC

The number of somatic cells (SCC) is one of the internationally recognized standards for milk quality control and is also a useful indicator for mastitis presence.

Portable Lactoscan SCC is based on direct fluorescent, low magnification microscopic somatic cell counting. Lactoscan SCC uses a very sensitive fluorescent dye Sofia Green, LED optics CCD technologies for capturing in order to make the cells analysis more accurate, reliable and fast. Mostly, the objective selectiveness of Lactoscan SCC is combined with the permanent high stability of the different mechanical, electronic, optical and chemical components of the system, which provides almost identical results during the whole duration of machine's use.

Analysis time: < 1 minute

Capacity: > 60 tests per hour

Measuring range: 10 000 to 10 000 000cell/mL

Deviation:SCC (cell/mL) CV%

100 000 5%

400 000 3%

600 000 2%

Weight: 5.3 kg


Milk analyser

Milk analyser Master Eco

with one peristaltic pump

FAT from 0% to 25%

Solids-non-fat (SNF) : 3% to 15%

Density from 1015 to 1160 kg/m3

Protein : 2% to 7%

Lactose : 0.01% to 6% (accuracy +/- 0.1 % lactose)

Salts : 0.4% to 1.5%

Added water : 0% to 70%

Freezing point from -0.400 to -0.700°C

Sample temperature from 5°C to 40°C

optional: pH measurement, bluetooth communication

for cow milk, sheep milk, buffalo milk, camel milk, lama milk, restored milk, UHT, cream, whey and buttermilk


Milk analyser Master Professional

FAT from 0% to 25% (option to 45%)

Solids-non-fat (SNF) from 3% to 15% (option to 40%)

Density from 1015 to 1160 kg/m3

Protein from 2% to 7%

Lactose from 0.01% to 6% (accuracy +/- 0.1 % lactose)

Salts from 0.4% to 1.5%

Added water from 0% to 70%

Freezing point from -0.400 to -0.700°C

Sample temperature from 5°C to 40°C

optional: pH and conductivity measurement, Clock with date, memory for the last 500 measurements, daily and monthly report, printer

for cow milk, sheep milk, buffalo milk, camel milk, lama milk, restored milk, UHT, cream, whey and buttermilk


Milk analyser Lactoscan Farm Eco

Fat: 0.01 to 25% ±0.1%

Solids-non-fat (SNF): 3 to 15% ±0.15%

Density: 1015 to 1040 kg/m3 ±0.3kg/m3

Protein: 2% to 7% ±0.15%

Lactose: 0.01% to 6% ±0.2%

Added water: 0% to 70% ±3 %

Milk sample temperature: 1°C to 40 °C ±1%

Freezing point: -0.4°C to -0.7°C ±0.001%

Salts: 0.4% to 1.5% ±0.05%

Result in 60 seconds

included in the package

  • 2 pieces sample holders (plastic mugs)
  • Power adapter, input: 100-240 V, ~1.6 A max., 50-60Hz, output: +12V 4.17A min., power: 50-65W
  • Operation Manual
  • Software
  • USB Connector
  • real time clock

Options: printer

for cow milk, sheep milk, buffalo milk, camel milk, lama milk, restored milk, UHT, cream, whey and buttermilk


Milk analyser Lactoscan SP and SPA

Fat: 0.01 to 25% ±0.1%

Solids-non-fat: (SNF) 3 to 15% ±0.15%

Density: 1015 to– 1040 kg/m3 ±0.3kg/m3

Protein: 2% to 7% ±0.15%

Lactose: 0.01% to 6% ±0.2%

Added water: 0% to– 70% ±3%

Milk sample temperature: 1°C to 40 °C ±1°C

Freezing point: -–0.4°C to -0.7°C ±0.001°C

Salts: 0.4% to 1.5% ±0.05%

Result in 60 seconds

included in the package

  • 2 pieces sample holders (plastic mugs)
  • Power adapter, input: 100-240 V, ~1.6 A max., 50-60Hz, output: +12V 4.17A min., power: 50-65W
  • Operation Manual
  • Software
  • USB Connector
  • Real time clock

Options: printer, pH measurement (0 to 14 ±0.05), conductivity measurement (3 to 14 mS/cm ±0.05), total solid (0 to 50 %±0.17 %), measuring high fat samples (cream) up to 45 %, external keypad, USB flashdrive

for cow milk, homogenized pasteurized cow milk, sheep milk, goat milk, buffalo milk, camel milk, lama milk, restored milk, UHT, cream, whey and buttermilk

Version SPA: automatic daily cleaning with alcaline solution


Milk analyser Lactoscan S and SA

Fat: 0.01 to 25% ±0.1%

Solids-non-fat: (SNF) 3 to 15% ±0.15%

Density: 1015 to 1040 kg/m3 ±0.3kg/m3

Protein: 2% –to 7% ±0.15%

Lactose: 0.01% to 6% ±0.2%

Added water: 0% to 70% ±3%

Milk sample temperature: 1°C –to 40 °C ±1°C

Freezing point: –-0.4°C to -0.7°C ±0.001°C

Salts: 0.4% to 1.5% ±0.05%

Result in 60 seconds

included in the package

  • 2 pieces sample holders (plastic mugs)
  • Power adapter, input: 100-240 V, ~1.6 A max., 50-60Hz, output: +12V 4.17A min., power: 50-65W
  • Operation Manual
  • Software
  • USB Connector
  • Real time clock

Options: internal or external printer, pH measurement (0 to 14 ±0.05), conductivity measurement (3 to 14 mS/cm ±0.05), total solid (0 to 50 %±0,.17 %), measuring high fat samples (cream) up to 45 %, external keypad, USB flashdrive, carrying case

for cow milk, homogenized pasteurized cow milk, sheep milk, goat milk, buffalo milk, camel milk, lama milk, restored milk, UHT, cream, whey and buttermilk

Version SA: automatic daily cleaning with alcaline solution


Milk analyser Lactoscan LA

Fat: 0.01 to 25% ±0.1%

Solids-non-fat: (SNF) 3 to 40 % ±0.15%

Density: 1015 to 1160 kg/m3 ±0.3kg/m3

Protein: 2% to 15% ±0.15%

Lactose: 0.01% to 20% ±0.2%

Added water: 0% to 70% ±3%

Milk sample temperature: 1°C –to 40 °C ±1°C

Freezing point: –-0.4°C to -0.7°C ±0.001°C

Salts: 0.4% to 4% ±0.05%

Result in 50 seconds

Automatic cleaning with alcaline solution

included in the package

  • 2 pieces sample holders (plastic mugs)
  • Power adapter, input: 100-240 V, ~1.6 A max., 50-60Hz, output: +12V 4.17A min., power: 50-65W
  • Operation Manual
  • Software
  • USB Connector
  • Real time clock

Options: external printer, pH measurement (0 to 14 ±0.05), conductivity measurement (3 to 14 mS/cm ±0,05), total solid (0 to 50 %±0.17 %), measuring high fat samples (cream) up to 45 %, external keypad, USB flashdrive, carrying case

for cow milk, homogenized pasteurized cow milk, sheep milk, goat milk, buffalo milk, camel milk, lama milk, restored milk, UHT, cream, whey and buttermilk


Milk analyser Lactoscan MCC

Fat: 0.01 to 25% ±0.1%

Solids-non-fat: (SNF) 3 to 40 % ±0.15%

Density: 1015 to 1160 kg/m3 ±0.3kg/m3

Protein: 2% to 15% ±0.15%

Lactose: 0.01% to 20% ±0.2%

Added water: 0% to 70% ±3%

Milk sample temperature: 1°C to 40 °C ±1°C

Freezing point: –-0.4°C– to -0.7°C ±0.001°C

Salts: 0.4% to 4% ±0.05%

Result in 50 seconds

included in the package

  • 2 pieces sample holders (plastic mugs)
  • Power adapter, input: 100-240 V, ~1.6 A max., 50-60Hz, output: +12V 4.17A min., power: 50-65W
  • Operation Manual
  • Software
  • USB Connector
  • Real time clock

Options: internal or external printer, pH measurement (0 to 14 ±0.05), conductivity measurement (3 to 14 mS/cm ±0,05), total solid (0 to 50 %±0.17 %), measuring high fat samples (cream) up to 45 %, external keypad, USB flashdrive, carrying case, scale

for cow milk, homogenized pasteurized cow milk, sheep milk, goat milk, buffalo milk, camel milk, lama milk, restored milk, UHT, cream, whey and buttermilk

Version SA: automatic daily cleaning with alcaline solution


Milk analyser Lactoscan LW

With Windows touchscreen tablet

Fat: 0.01 to 45% (cream) ±0.1%

Solids-non-fat: (SNF) 3 to 15 % ±0.15%

Density: 1000 to 1160 kg/m3 ±0.3kg/m3

Protein: 2% to 15% ±0.15%

Lactose: 0.01% to 6% ±0.2%

Added water: 0% to 70% ±3%

Milk sample temperature: 1°C to 40 °C ±1°C

Freezing point: –-0.4°C– to -0.7°C ±0.001°C

Salts: 0.4% to 1.5% ±0.05%

Result in 50 seconds

included in the package

  • 2 pieces sample holders (plastic mugs)
  • Power adapter, input: 100-240 V, ~1.6 A max., 50-60Hz, output: +12V 4.17A min., power: 50-65W
  • Operation Manual
  • Software
  • USB Connector
  • Real time clock

Options: internal or external printer, pH measurement (0 to 14 ±0.05), conductivity measurement (3 to 14 mS/cm ±0,05), total solid (0 to 50 %±0.17 %), measuring high fat samples (cream) up to 45 %, external keypad, USB flashdrive, carrying case, scale

for cow milk, homogenized pasteurized cow milk, sheep milk, goat milk, buffalo milk, camel milk, lama milk, restored milk, UHT, cream, whey and buttermilk

Version LAWS: automatic daily cleaning with alcaline solution


Milk analyser Lactoscan MCCW

With Windows touchscreen tablet

Fat: 0.01 to 25% ±0.1%

Solids-non-fat: (SNF) 3 to 15 % ±0.15%

Density: 1000 to 1160 kg/m3 ±0.3kg/m3

Protein: 2% to 7 ±0.15%

Lactose: 0.01% to 20% ±0.2%

Added water: 0% to 70% ±3%

Milk sample temperature: 1°C to 40 °C ±1°C

Freezing point: -0.4°C to -0.7°C ±0.001°C

Salts: 0.4% to 1.5 % ±0.05%

Result in 50 seconds

included in the package

  • 2 pieces sample holders (plastic mugs)
  • Power adapter, input: 100-240 V, ~1.6 A max., 50-60Hz, output: +12V 4.17A min., power: 50-65W
  • Operation Manual
  • Software
  • USB Connector
  • Real time clock

Options: printer, pH measurement (0 to 14 ±0.05), conductivity measurement (3 to 14 mS/cm ±0,05), total solid (0 to 50 %±0.17 %), measuring high fat samples (cream) up to 45 %, external keypad, USB flashdrive, carrying case, scale

for cow milk, homogenized pasteurized cow milk, sheep milk, goat milk, buffalo milk, camel milk, lama milk, restored milk, UHT, cream, whey and buttermilk

Version MCCWS: with an ultrasonic stirrer for stirring the milk before analysis


Detection of antibiotics

Detection of antibiotics in milk- Eclipse 3 G

The ECLIPSE kit is a broad-range screening test designed for the qualitative detection of antibiotics in milk. The method has been validated following the ISO 1369:2003(E) and is based on the inhibition of microbial growth. It is supplied in a microtiter plate format where each well contains agar medium spread with Geobacillus stearothermophilus. When the plate is incubated at 65ºC spores germinate and cells grow producing acid and changing the agar pH. Variations of pH will produce changes of the agar colour from blue (purple) to yellowish. When milk samples contain inhibitors at higher concentrations than the detection limit, microorganisms will not grow and neither colour changes will be observed.

Kit features: One step assay, Compliance with MRLs (Maximum Residue Limits), Broad range of antibiotics detection, Ready-to-use

Format: 96-well microplate (divisible into individual wells)

Sample kind: Cow, sheep and goat milk

Results: Visual or photometrical reading

Kit sample volume test time expery
Eclipse 50 50 uL 2.15 - 2.45 h 9 months
Eclipse 3G 100 uL 2.15 - 2.45 h 9 months


Detection of antibiotics in milk- Eclipse Farm 3 G

The ECLIPSE Farm kit is a broad-range screening test designed for the qualitative detection of antibiotics in milk. The method has been validated following the ISO 1369:2003(E) and is based on the inhibition of microbial growth. It is supplied in a single tubes format where each tube contains agar medium spread with Geobacillus stearothermophilus. When the tubes are incubated at 65ºC spores germinate and cells grow producing acid and changing the agar pH. Variations of pH will produce changes of the agar colour from blue (purple) to yellowish. When milk samples contain inhibitors at higher concentrations than the detection limit, microorganisms will not grow and neither colour changes will be observed.

Kit features: One step assay, easy to handle tubes, individual tests, broad range of antibiotics detection, compliance with MRLs, ready-to-use (delivered with test tubes and disposable pipettes).

Format: 25 and 50 tests tubes

Test time: 2.15 - 2.45 h

Sample kind: Cow, sheep and goat milk

Results: Visual


FX - BLOCK HEATER

Incubation chamber for Eclipse kits

Dimensions: 220x 130 x 135 mm

Weight : 3.5 kg

Power: 220V, 4A

Temperature range: 30 ºC - 75ºC

Warming time: 30 minute


e-Reader for Eclipse

e-Reader is an autonomous system that coupled to Eclipse Farm3G tests allows to simplify and standardize the screening of a broad range of antibiotics in milk. It can aslo be used for the screening of, meat, eggs, kidney and feed with the Explorer 2.0 kit.

It is a bacteria inhibition growth tests, where the presence and absence of antibiotics is detected by changes in the media colour.

An internal software integrates color and time parameters to determine the endpoint of the assay. e-Reader also interprets the results as qualitative and numerical values. The results are stored to guarantee full traceability.

Working temperature: 65 ºC

Automatic stop of the assay. The results are displayed on screen at the end of the incubation time.

Standardrizes results and avoids mistakes

2 versions:

  • ZE / ERT8, 8 samples, one method to choose between Eclipse Single (antibiotics in cow milk, no negative control is needed), Eclipse NC (antibiotics in cow milk, with negative control), ECLIPSE NC SGA (analysis of antibiotics in sheep milk, goat milk, and samples containing azidiol), Explorer (analysis of antibiotics in meat), Explorer Kidney (analysis of antibiotics in kidney), no connection to a PC
  • ZE / ERT8 / CTE 8 samples, programmable kits for Eclipse Single, Eclipse NC, Eclipse NC-SGA, Explorer, Explorer Kidney., connection possible with optional PC software, internal memory for storing test results (about 20 000 values) .


Detection of milk-mixture - IC BOVINO, IC CAPRINO and IC-BUFFALO

IC BOVINO kit is a qualitative test to detect the presence of cow's milk in goat or sheep's milk. The test is an immunoassay based on the detection of bovine immunoglobulins (IgG) in milk and cheese samples.

IC CAPRINO kit is a qualitative test to detect the presence of goat's milk in sheep's milk. The test is an immunoassay based on the detection of caprine immunoglobulins (IgG) in milk and cheese samples.

IC BUFFALO kit is a qualitative test to detect the presence of cow's milk in buffalo's milk. The test is an immunoassay based on the detection of caprine immunoglobulins (IgG) in milk and cheese samples

  • Simple: one-step assay
  • Fast: results in 5 min
  • Sensitive: 0.15-0.5% of mixure in milk, 1-3% of mixure in cheese
  • Specific: Detection of cow milk in sheep or goat milk or cheese, detection of goat milk in sheep milk or cheese
  • Suitable for: cheese and milk
  • Equipment: no required


IC-Reader for IC BOVINO and IC CAPRINO

The IC strip kits are qualitative tests, based on specific IgG, for milk species identification.

They are on-site tests easily used by any operator without additional equipment.

The new IC-Reader can be used with the IC tests kits to obtain objective and standardized results.

Results will be displayed on the screen as negative (NEG), positive (POS) or high positive (HPOS).

Results can also be stored and downloaded to your laptop or PC using the software provided.

Individual methods are designed for both IC Bovino and IC Caprino. Every batch is calibrated individually and will have a specific method.nt>

The device is portable and can be used with batteries or connected to your computer.

Limit of detection in milk: Bovino 0,25% of mixture / Caprino 0,5% of mixture.


Detection of milk-mixture - RC-BOVINO and RC-CAPRINO

Milk with high economic value is commonly adulterated with milk from species of lower cost. This adulteration can be important for cheese makers, unknown milk mixtures produce changes in the final sensory properties and reduce the product quality. Also, pure cheese cannot contain milk from other species.

Sheep milk is more expensive than goat or cow's milk and tends to be adulterated with those of lower cost. RC kits are ELISA tests for quantitative determination of milk mixtures.

RC BOVINO kit is a quantitative test to detect the presence of cow's milk in goat or sheep's milk. The test is an immunoassay based on the detection of bovine immunoglobulins (IgG) in milk and cheese samples.

RC CAPRINO kit is a quantitative test to detect the presence of goat's milk in sheep's milk. The test is an immunoassay based on the detection of caprine immunoglobulins (IgG) in milk and cheese samples.

  • Quantitative: range: 0-10% (cow) and 0-15% (goat)
  • Sensitive: detection of 0.1% mixture
  • Suitable for: milk and cheese
  • Assay time: 90 min
  • Equipment: ELISA reader 450 nm


Milk test strips for neutralizers, hydrogen peroxide and urea- Milk Security

The neutralizers, hydrogen peroxide and urea in milk samples influence on the quality of milk and milk products. Milk security test strips are rapid and sensitive dry strips to detect milk adulteration.

Test for neutralizers: Neutralizers like sodium bicarbonate, sodium hydroxide, sodium carbonate or hydrated lime are often added to milk. Usually they are added to milk to increase the lactometer reading.

Test for hydrogen peroxide: The impregnate test zone with enzyme and chromogen ensured very selectivity determination of hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is a well-known powerful oxidizer. Its capabilities as a disinfectant are superior than chlorine (Cl2) and chlorine dioxide (ClO2). Hydrogen peroxide is commonly used in dairy industries. Peroxide indicator strips can be used to ensure that any residual peroxide sanitizer has been fully removed before filling.

Test for urea concentration: Urea is generally added in the preparation of milk to raise the solids-not-fat (SNF) value. It has been proven that urea added to milk at a higher concentration reduces the activity of hydrogen ions and increases the pH of the milk. Normal values of urea in milk are from 0 to 0.07%. Urea concentration above 0.07% means that the milk was adulterated with urea.

Parameter / concentration (color)
Neutralizers 0 0.03% 0.06% 0.10%
H2O2 0 0.0075% 0.015% 0.025%
Urea 0 0.07% 0.12%


Milk test strips for titratable acidity and pH- MILK SECURITY

The test strip has a green-blue indication area. Through it can be determined the titratable acidity of milk in three scales: 0Th (Thörner degrees) and 0D (Dornic degrees) and 0SH (Soxhlet Henkel degrees). Measurement is valid in the absence of neutralizers.

The measured values of titratable acidity correspond to certain values of pH. Fresh cow's milk has a pH around 6.6 – 6.8. Values greater than 6.8 indicate that the milk has coagulated and a value below 6.5 indicates the presence of colostrums or bacterial contamination.


Detection of urea in milk

Adulteration of commercial urea milk is made in milk to increase the non protein nitrogen content. A too much urea concentration in food can lead to certain diseases.

The test can be used at ambiant temperature (2 to 42 °C). The kit must be stored in 2-8 C.

Clean milk with no adulteration show a violet ring formed on the surface of the milk sample, adulterated milk show a pink fragment formed on the surface of the milk sample.

Sensitivity limit > 70 mg/ 100 mL urea in milk (normal levels of urea in milk are from 20 to 70 mg/ 100 mL).

Method: In a ria tube add 4 mL of raw milk, 50 uL of reagent R2 and 200 uL of reagent R1. In 5 seconds you can read the results.

Packaging: 1 kit is egnough for 50 test


Detection of neutralizer in milk

The new milk neutralization by means of enhancers allows direct colorimetric determination of the presence of added neutralizers (such as NADH, KOH, carbonates, bicarbonates, ammonia, various alkalis, etc.) in milk, whey or cream. These banned substances can be added to fresh or badly preserved milk in order to correct pH and acidity to optimum levels, and thus show that milk is recently salted or perfectly preserved.

It is the most sensitive test for neutralizing agents detection, with immediate results in 1 second and with 2 years of expiry date.

The sample is poured into a pre-filled sample tube provided up to 10 mL., then 2-3 drops of a specific and ready-to-use R reagent are added. An immediate colorimetric reaction indicates the test result, clearly and without doubt.

Specifications

  • Simple colorimetric and visual interpretationQuick Test: 2 easy steps and accurate results in 1 second
  • Can be performed everywhere, even outside the lab
  • No accessories or special abilities are needed
  • Detects the additions of all neutralizers
  • It is very easy to interpret the results of the neutralization test.
  • Once all the process steps have been completed, ie immediately after the main reagent R has been added to the pre-filled sampling tube, the sample is converted to bright red or pink if any neutralizing agent is present. The color remains white if no neutralizing agent has been added.

Packing

  • 50 pre-filled sample tubes with 10 mL count.
  • Reagent R 10 mL.
  • Instructions for use
  • Storage at room temperature
  • High stability: 24 months from date of production


Lactopast Biomedix Detergents Detector

It can detect the presence of any detergents in the milk vessels after their cleaning process. Also, it can detect the presence of detergents in raw milk. Sensitivity limit 0.0125%.

Procedure

Place 5 mL of raw milk into a prefilled tube, close the cap and shake gently.

In 60 seconds, appearance of violet color indicates the presence of detergents in the raw milk

In 60 seconds, appearance of gray-faint violet color indicates the absence of detergents in raw milk.


Rapid screening for antibiotics

Antibiotic residues in milk pose a major problem in dairy industries because they can inhibit or slow down starter cultures for yoghurt and cheese production. With these kits it is easy to control the milk in 10 minutes. When positive it is advised to confirm with another test.

advantage: quick, no need of extra equipement

storage: 2-8 °C, protected from sun and moisture, do not freeze, shelf life= 12 months

packaging: 12 x 8 tests

Beta-Lactams MRL (ug/L) LOD (ug/L)
penicillin G 4 2-3
ampicillin 4 3-4
amoxillin 4 3-4
oxacillin 30 5-6
cloxacilin 30 4-5
dicloxacillin 30 4-5
nafcillin 30 14-16
cephapirin 60 20
cefoperazone 50 4-5
cefalonium 20 3-4
cefquinone 20 10-12
cephacetrile 125 35-40
Tetracyclines
Tetracycline 100 6-8
Oxytetracycline 100 10-12
Aminoglycoside
Streptomycin 125 15-20
Dihydrostreptomycin sulphate 200 15-20
Sulfamides
Sulfathaline 100 60
Sulfadiazine 100 100
Sulfadimethoxazole 100 50
Sulfadimethoxine 100 100
Sulfadimidine 100 30
Sulfachloropyrazine 100 70
Sulfisomidine 100 30
Sulfamonomethoxin 100 30
Sulfamonomethoxypyridazine 100 65
Sulfaquinoxaline 100 100
Sulfachlorpyridazine 100 60
Sulfacmethoxydiazin 100 100
Chloramphenicol
Chloramphenicol 0 0.2-0.3

MRL: Maximum Residue Limit

LOD: Limit Of Determination

Packaging:

  • test for Beta-lactam
  • test for Beta-lactam and Tetracycline
  • test for Beta-lactam, Tetracycline and Sulfanilamide
  • test for Beta-lactam, Tetracycline, Streptomycine and Chloramphenicol


Pasteurisation Test LACTOPAST BIOMEDIX

It is a rapid phosphatase test for the detection of alcaline phosphatase in milk, whey, cream and butter. The test allows the testing of sufficient pasteurisation treatment of milk and related products, and the detection of raw milk in pasteurized milk. Sensitivity of the test is as follows:

1. For measurement from 5 seconds up to 300 seconds: 280 mU/L ALP

2. For measurements from 15 minutes up to 60 minutes: 3.5 mU/L ALP

One kit is enough for 100 tests. For the test procedure there is no need of thermal preparation of the sample. The test works at temperatures 2-42 °C. The kit with the reagents must be stored at the refrigerator at a temperature 2-8 °C.

Comparison with other tests

Test Incubation Time result Temperature Equipment Sensivity level Samples
LACTOPAST Biomedix no 5 sec 2-42 °C no 3.5 mU/L Pasteurised milk, HTST, Chocolate milk, creams, cheese, whey, butter
CHARM F-AP no 45-90 sec Room temp. Luminometer, centrifuge 20 mU/L HTST, chocolate milk, creams
CHARM PASLite 3 min. 45-90 sec Room temp. Luminometer, centrifuge, spectrophotometer 20 mU/L HTST, chocolate milk, creams
SENSOBIZ APT no 5-10 min. Room temp no 120 mU/L Pasteurised milk, HTST
MACHEREY-NAGEL Phosphatesmo MI 60 min. Read results after incubation 36 °C incubator 1750 mU/L Pasteurised milk
BIOO SCIENTIFIC MaxSignal 30 min. Read results after incubation 37 °C incubator 700 mU/L Pasteurised milk, cheese
Heyl Lactognost III 60 min. 10 min. 37 °C Incubator, centrifuge, water bath 350 mU/L Pasteurised milk, whey, cream, butter
HARDY Alkaline Phosphatase 30-60 min. Read results after incubation 37 °C Water bath, incubator 700 mU/L Pasteurised milk, butter, cream, cheese
HYGIENA ZymoSnap 10 min. in 20-25 °C + 5 min. in 37 °C Read results after 15 min. Room temp. Luminometer, waterbath 222 mU/L Pasteurised milk, creams, HTST


Lactopast Biomedix Oxidase kit for UHT milk

This is a kit for the quick qualitative test of peroxidase in cow, goat, sheep milk and cream samples. It allows the operator to determine the presence/ absence of this enzyme in UHT-treated milk or cream. The test can be performed very easily, without the need of any equipment and without any specific technical background. The colorimetric reaction is visible in few seconds.

Results:

  • White color: proper treated UHT milk
  • Violet color: improper treated UHT milk (temperature was too low to deactivate the milk peroxidase)


Triple Quik Test (Salmonella+Brucella+Proteus)

It is a slide agglutination test for the qualitative and semi-quantitative detection of antibodies anti-Salmonella, Brucella and certain Rickettsias in raw milk. The reagents, standardized suspensions of killed and stained bacteria, agglutinate when mixed with samples containing the homologous antibody. The test can be performed in all foods (each food must be processed accordingly before testing)


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