CDR FoodLab® One single instrument allows you to determine a wide range of chemical parameters on milk and dairy products easily and rapidly.
CDR FoodLab Analyzer for milk and dairy product is a system for performing quality controls throughout the production process.
Analytical methods are optimized for making the system easy to use in laboratory as well at receiving inspection in dairy industry.
The analyzer is equipped with a measuring system owes its sensitivity, accuracy and reliability to the photometric technology based on state of-the-art LED luminous sources.
The results are correlated with the reference methods.
With CDR FoodLab® you can determine a wide range of chemical parameters easily and rapidly without having to learn how to use different analysis systems.
All types of milk can be tested (cow, buffalo, goat, sheep, etc.)
The system has been designed to determine the quality of low-fat milk or whole milk, raw or pasteurized, without any kind of previous sample treatment.
CDR FoodLab® can also be used to test a wide range of cheeses and dairy products, like mozzarella, cottage cheese, yoghurt, butter, margarine with a minimal sample preparation developed by the CDR research laboratories that is far easier than official methods.
CDR FoodLab® is ideal to perform the determination of Lactose content in lactose-free dairy products to control the delactosation process, thanks to a new method much quicker and with a friendly use for everyone if it is compared to the tradional enzymatic kit
Neither skilled staff nor a dedicated external laboratory is needed to use our systems. CDR FoodLab® optimizes traditional testing methods, making them faster and easier, while guaranteeing accuracy standards in line with the reference methods.
CDR FoodLab® Analysis Systems use disposable pre-vialed reagents specifically developed by the research laboratories of CDR. The use of pre-vialed reagents and the analytical procedures allow:
CDR FoodLab® Analysis System uses an analyzer based on photometric technology, available in two versions, and a dedicated kit of pipettes.
The ease and reliability of the system is based on exclusive technical features:
CDR FoodLab® Analysis Systems use low toxicity disposable pre-vialed reagents, specifically developed by the research laboratories of CDR.
The use of pre-vialed reagents and dedicated analytical procedures allows:
Reagents come in packages containing 10 test tubes each, to perform 10 tests (or packages for 100 tests containing 10 single packages of 10 test tubes each).
Performing chemical analyses on milk and dairy products is simple and fast because sample preparation, if any, is minimal. All reagents are supplied pre-vialed and ready to use, and operators do not have to handle toxic or carcinogenic compounds; there is no need to wash either containers or traditional glassware.
With CDR FoodLab®, chemical tests on milk and dairy products are performed in just a few steps and results are yielded right away:
To assess the quality of milk and dairy products, CDR FoodLab® relies on analytical procedures and dedicated reagents specifically developed by the research laboratories of CDR that allow:
Moreover, CDR FoodLab® allows accelerating analytical procedures because it features:
These features allow performing several analyses at the same time on the same sample or sixteen different assays for the same parameter on a batch of different samples. All of this in an simple and fast way.
|CDR FOODLAB®||CDR FOODLAB® JUNIOR|
|Tests||Milk and Dairy Products:|
Milk Urea Nitrogen (MUN)
Alkaline phosphatase (ALP)
|Configurable analysis panel|
|Possibility of running several tests on the same sample||–|
|Incubation module||37˚C thermostatic block with 16 slots||37˚C thermostated reading block with incubation function|
|Internal memory to store analysis results|
|Touch Screen Display|
|USB host port to connect USB memories||–|
|USB port to connect to a PC|
|Ethernet (LAN) port||–|
|Wireless link for external printer||–|
|Dimensions and weight||32 X 29,5 X 13 cm (L x P x H) – 2,8 Kg||15 x 22 x 8,3 cm (L x P x H) – 0,80 Kg|
|Lithium ion battery||–|
|Urea||10||*300004||5 – 100 mg/dL|
|Ammonia||10||*300054||1 – 80 ppM|
|Chloride||10||*300100||50 – 400 mg/dL|
|L-Lactic acid||20||*300076||2 – 200 ppM|
|Hydrogen peroxide||10||*300329||2 – 25 ppM|
|Alkaline phosphatase (ALP)||10||*300228||0,1 – 5 U/L|
|ε-Fructosyl-lisine (Furosine)||10||*300404||(10 – 1000) delta x 1000|
|Peroxidase||20||*300528||10 – 8000 U/L|
|Lactose||10||*300010||0,1 – 5,5% lattosio|
|Lactose (Lactose FREE)||10||*300770||0,01 – 0,25% lattosio|
|Free Fatty Acids in butter, margarine and cream||10||*300128||0,01 – 1,10% acido oleico|
|Peroxide Value in butter, margarine and Cream||10||*300159||0,01 – 5,5 meqO2/Kg|
|Chlorides on aqueous solutions / brines||10||*300028||0,01 – 5 g/dl NaCl|
0,1 – 50 g/dl NaCl brines
|Chlorides on cheese / ricotta||10||*300204||0,2 – 7 gr% di NaCl on cheese|
0,02 – 5,2 gr% di NaCl on ricotta
|Ammonia||10||*300054||1 – 80 ppM|
|L-Lactic acid mozzarella / ricotta / yoghurt||20||*300376||0,1 – 1,5 g% mozzarella|
0,02 – 0,43 g% ricotta
0,01 – 0,75 g% yoghurt