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  • 20100407 Keeping burgundy the best
    Analyser XDS Rapid Liquid Analyser Biofuel 5 Water soils and plants 4 Central milk testing 5 Dairy 8 Feed and forage 11 Grain milling and oils 19 Laboratories 8 Meat 9 Other industries 0 Wine 3 Select the sample type you need to measure and then the relevant parameter Search Back to search parameters By technology By product By industry By samples and parameters Home Industries Biofuel Central milk testing Dairy Butter Cheese Consumer milk Ice cream Powders Yogurt Feed and forage Feed ingredients Compound feed mills Feed and forage labs Petfood production Grain milling and oils Grain receival Flour milling Oilseed crushing On farm grain testing Plant breeding Laboratories Digestion Distillation Fibre analysis Hydrolysis Sample preparation Solvent extraction Meat Cutting and deboning Grading of cuts Ground meat production Sausage production Poultry Wine Other industries Water soils and plants Other industries FOSS has more than 50 years of experience in the listed industries and we are dedicated to helping you improve your business Read more Support and training FOSS Support FossCare contracts Training Courses Certificates News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine Events and Webinars Exhibitions Webinars News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine 07 03 2010 Keeping burgundy the best Small scale producers of quality wine are enjoying unlimited use of a state of the art wine analyser for under 1 000 a year with associated benefits including improved knowledge and decision making The producers are sharing the use of a WineScan instrument a wine analyser that is used for analysing grape must and wine The rapid analyser gives local winemakers results in minutes allowing them to get on with their work safe in the knowledge that their winemaking decisions are backed by accurate objective information The idea was the brainwave of Thiebault Huber who manages eight hectares of gently sloping vineyards in the heart of the historic winemaking region Huber is one of thirty wine producers in the village many of whom are part of a cooperative company that Huber founded in 1996 to help with the purchase and finance of major items of equipment In 2005 ten of the winemakers got together to purchase the wine analyser which is placed in a small room in the local town hall where they can use it as often as they like The analyser is used from harvest to bottling to support all the aspects involved in producing Burgundy wine as Huber enthusiastically explains in relation to the use of Pinot Noir grape When treated correctly Pinot Noir can produce highly prized wines that reveal intricate differences of terroir Grape maturity is critical and routine testing with the analyser helps the Volnay producers to decide the timing of the harvest for particular plots based on results for parameters such as sugar level and acidity Another important point for winemaking with Pinot Noir in the region is that there is a long period of maceration of between 15 and 30 days During this period the wine is

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  • 20091028 In shape for feed analysis RINA
    Laboratory manager Lise Andersen explained how an InfraXact NIR analyser is meeting the current needs for agile and reliable analysis in the laboratory The analyser is provided as part of a Total Feed Solution including full support in running the instrument and updating with new calibrations that can be provided online from a remote centre using a revolutionary software system called Remote Internet Analysis RINA A key aspect of the

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  • 20100104 Qlip laboratory opens doors to CMT symposium delegates
    Water soils and plants 4 Central milk testing 5 Dairy 8 Feed and forage 11 Grain milling and oils 19 Laboratories 8 Meat 9 Other industries 0 Wine 3 Select the sample type you need to measure and then the relevant parameter Search Back to search parameters By technology By product By industry By samples and parameters Home Industries Biofuel Central milk testing Dairy Butter Cheese Consumer milk Ice cream Powders Yogurt Feed and forage Feed ingredients Compound feed mills Feed and forage labs Petfood production Grain milling and oils Grain receival Flour milling Oilseed crushing On farm grain testing Plant breeding Laboratories Digestion Distillation Fibre analysis Hydrolysis Sample preparation Solvent extraction Meat Cutting and deboning Grading of cuts Ground meat production Sausage production Poultry Wine Other industries Water soils and plants Other industries FOSS has more than 50 years of experience in the listed industries and we are dedicated to helping you improve your business Read more Support and training FOSS Support FossCare contracts Training Courses Certificates News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine Events and Webinars Exhibitions Webinars News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine 04 01 2010 Qlip laboratory opens doors to CMT symposium delegates Following the recent FOSS central milk testing symposium in Amsterdam delegates were invited to see the state of the art Qlip N V milk testing laboratory in Zupthen the Netherlands An automated transport system combined with RFID tagging manages the flow of vials through the laboratory The laboratory handles around 55000 payment and DHI samples daily for 19 500 farms The tagging system for payment samples A reusable chip is programed with sampling data and attached to the container The cold storage room This is the central station for payment samples where they start and end their journey

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  • 20091216 Clean Kjeldahl analysis improves safety in the lab
    Soxtec Systems Digestion Systems WineScan SO 2 WinISI XDS Biodiesel Analyser XDS Rapid Content Analyser XDS Rapid Liquid Analyser Biofuel 5 Water soils and plants 4 Central milk testing 5 Dairy 8 Feed and forage 11 Grain milling and oils 19 Laboratories 8 Meat 9 Other industries 0 Wine 3 Select the sample type you need to measure and then the relevant parameter Search Back to search parameters By technology By product By industry By samples and parameters Home Industries Biofuel Central milk testing Dairy Butter Cheese Consumer milk Ice cream Powders Yogurt Feed and forage Feed ingredients Compound feed mills Feed and forage labs Petfood production Grain milling and oils Grain receival Flour milling Oilseed crushing On farm grain testing Plant breeding Laboratories Digestion Distillation Fibre analysis Hydrolysis Sample preparation Solvent extraction Meat Cutting and deboning Grading of cuts Ground meat production Sausage production Poultry Wine Other industries Water soils and plants Other industries FOSS has more than 50 years of experience in the listed industries and we are dedicated to helping you improve your business Read more Support and training FOSS Support FossCare contracts Training Courses Certificates News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine Events and Webinars Exhibitions Webinars News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine 16 12 2009 Clean Kjeldahl analysis improves safety in the lab Advances in technology are making Kjeldahl analysis safer and more efficient as users at the Viking Malt laboratory in Halmstad Sweden have discovered A new Kjeltec 8000 series instrument installed earlier this year is minimising risk of chemical contact during the Kjeldahl analysis used for testing protein content of malt and wort In particular the handling of glass tubes full of hot chemicals is avoided Because the machine empties every tube automatically you don t have any

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  • FOSS strengthens software tools for near infrared analysis field
    5 Dairy 8 Feed and forage 11 Grain milling and oils 19 Laboratories 8 Meat 9 Other industries 0 Wine 3 Select the sample type you need to measure and then the relevant parameter Search Back to search parameters By technology By product By industry By samples and parameters Home Industries Biofuel Central milk testing Dairy Butter Cheese Consumer milk Ice cream Powders Yogurt Feed and forage Feed ingredients Compound feed mills Feed and forage labs Petfood production Grain milling and oils Grain receival Flour milling Oilseed crushing On farm grain testing Plant breeding Laboratories Digestion Distillation Fibre analysis Hydrolysis Sample preparation Solvent extraction Meat Cutting and deboning Grading of cuts Ground meat production Sausage production Poultry Wine Other industries Water soils and plants Other industries FOSS has more than 50 years of experience in the listed industries and we are dedicated to helping you improve your business Read more Support and training FOSS Support FossCare contracts Training Courses Certificates News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine Events and Webinars Exhibitions Webinars News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine 11 12 2009 FOSS strengthens software tools for near infrared analysis field The development of Infrasoft International ISI products is to be fully integrated into the FOSS software development organization by February 2010 creating a stronger platform for near infrared NIR software products The ISI brand and uniqueness will be maintained as part of the FOSS product portfolio Working in partnership with FOSS Infrasoft International has been at the forefront of Near Infrared spectroscopy for decades bringing numerous chemometric innovations to the NIR field as well as being a pioneer in instrument standardization and networking Full integration will allow FOSS to develop this leadership role to the benefit of existing and future users of NIR analysis technology

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  • 20091210 Room for routine analysis at top league winery
    ProcesScan FT ProFoss for feed ProFoss for soya ProFoss for grain and milling ProFoss for poultry and ground RINA Sample Mills Soxtec Systems Digestion Systems WineScan SO 2 WinISI XDS Biodiesel Analyser XDS Rapid Content Analyser XDS Rapid Liquid Analyser Biofuel 5 Water soils and plants 4 Central milk testing 5 Dairy 8 Feed and forage 11 Grain milling and oils 19 Laboratories 8 Meat 9 Other industries 0 Wine 3 Select the sample type you need to measure and then the relevant parameter Search Back to search parameters By technology By product By industry By samples and parameters Home Industries Biofuel Central milk testing Dairy Butter Cheese Consumer milk Ice cream Powders Yogurt Feed and forage Feed ingredients Compound feed mills Feed and forage labs Petfood production Grain milling and oils Grain receival Flour milling Oilseed crushing On farm grain testing Plant breeding Laboratories Digestion Distillation Fibre analysis Hydrolysis Sample preparation Solvent extraction Meat Cutting and deboning Grading of cuts Ground meat production Sausage production Poultry Wine Other industries Water soils and plants Other industries FOSS has more than 50 years of experience in the listed industries and we are dedicated to helping you improve your business Read more Support and training FOSS Support FossCare contracts Training Courses Certificates News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine Events and Webinars Exhibitions Webinars News News overview Newsletter sign up In Focus Magazine 10 12 2009 Room for routine analysis at top league winery A handy new wine analyser taking up no more space than a shoebox is helping quality wine producers Rombauer Vineyards to reduce costs and to take more proactive control of the winemaking process Winemaker at the long established Napa Valley winery Richie Allen explained how the laboratory was getting busier to the stage where they may

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  • 20091127 The road ahead FOSS Central Milk Testing Symposium Amsterdam
    farmers individual demands For instance if a farmer requires a particular herd improvement parameter the driver can record it in the RFID chip in the sample holder for appropriate handling back at the laboratory The theme of exploiting the available information in the milk sample was built on by Jamie Zimmerman General Manager of Dairy One USA New information from the milk sample has real potential to leverage information I applaud the work FOSS is doing he said Dairy One is a cooperative providing DHI services to about 5 200 farms in a 14 state region and in addition to milk testing the company provides laboratory services for related areas such as forage soil water and manure We are in the information business anything to help the farmer make a profit said Zimmerman Innovative use of networking and computer technology such as the FOSS RINA and Mosaic network software helps to exploit the information for example complementing milk testing data with feed and manure data for the precision agriculture approach required today This service includes an agronomy software solution and a dedicated team that helps farmers to apply software to farm management tasks China is seeing the same migration towards larger dairy herds Mr Zheng Xiaoping Deputy General Manager Shanghai NOD Testing Service Co Ltd explained how herds in the Shanghai area have grown from an average of 200 in 2002 to 500 in 2009 Payment testing started in 1996 and the Shanghai area now has a well functioning payment scheme based on fat protein somatic cell count bacteria and additional parameters Fat content improved by 5 5 from 2002 to 2006 and protein content increased by 7 6 between 2002 and 2007 From Canada Neil Petreny General Manager CanWest DHI shared tips for staying ahead in dairy herd improvement Using new value adding services to exploit existing collection infrastructures is vital CanWest serves 4 300 dairy farms across three time zones and these existing strengths can be leveraged in terms of data integration cost per sample economies of scale and convenience The services can include more information from the milk samples particularly in relation to health and nutrition of cows The identification of sub clinical ketosis through analysis of acetone BHB is just one such example It is critical that labs remain five to ten years ahead of the on farm technologies said Petreny Innovation will provide DHI and central testing with a long term future The potential of fat profiling The concept of exploiting the information available in milk samples was explored further in a fascinating afternoon session focussing on the potential of fatty acid profiling Ben Bartlett NML Director and Head of NMR Group Business Development UK told how saturated fat analysis is an emerging market A government shock campaign to reduce long term health costs through healthier food has failed to affect eating habits This has turned the spotlight on ways to integrate healthier fat consumption into existing eating patterns Dairy products constitute 30 40 of

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  • Advanced process monitoring improves food and feed production yield
    rewards from improved control FOSS process segment manager Johan Weimann said We believe that tighter process monitoring is now an obvious option for anyone operating against tight margins Building on years of experience in NIR and process monitoring we can now provide exactly what producers need in the form of a standard and simple to implement process analysis system Factory standardised High Resolution analyser Key to the unique performance of the ProFoss system is High Resolution diode array technology that gives a regular and reliable snapshot of products in the process The analyser is housed in a robust cabinet mounted at the relevant location in production where it feeds back measurements to a computer display An intuitive user interface allows anyone in production to monitor levels for key measurement parameters allowing timely adjustments to control mechanisms Measurement results are in line with the accuracy of traditional laboratory reference analysis All analysers are factory standardised allowing producers to install several units safe in the knowledge that each will deliver the same results High stability ensures that the results do not drift over time Instrument standardisation and stability promotes fast and easy calibration development as well as trouble free calibration transfer across

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