Types Of Food Testing Equipment Part3
- Aug 15, 2018 -

Food testing projects include: pesticide residues, veterinary drugs / antibiotics, additives, heavy metals and hazardous substances, toxins, conventional physicochemical, contact materials and so on. With the country's emphasis on food safety, there are more and more items that need to be tested, and the requirements for instruments are becoming more and more sophisticated. Different instruments are required to detect different items. What are the food testing instruments? The following is a summary of the instruments commonly used in food testing laboratories.

101. UV-visible spectrophotometer: determination of ultraviolet-visible spectrophotometry in food testing;

102. Ultraviolet transmittance analyzer: determination of spectral transmittance during food testing;

103. Ultraviolet analyzer: UV qualitative analysis of proteins and nucleic acids during food testing;

104. Multi-function microplate reader: analysis of enzyme-linked immunoassay in food testing process;

105. Thin layer chromatography system: thin layer spotting, unfolding and imaging of samples during food testing;

106. Laser confocal microscopy: microbial observation and slice sample observation in food samples; accurate depiction, localization (two-dimensional and three-dimensional) of tissue structure and dynamic changes of the above structures;

107. Moisture Analyzer: Determination of moisture content in food;

108. Alcohol meter: Determination of the content of ethanol in food samples;

109. Fiber tester: Determination of fiber content in food;

110. Oscillopolarograph: analysis of elements in food testing;

111. Mercury analyzer: analysis of mercury in food;

112. Fluorescence spectrophotometer: harmful substances in food, such as 3,4-benzopyrene determination;

113. Amino acid analyzer: determination of amino acid content in food;

114. Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization-time-of-flight mass spectrometry: rapid screening and detection of agricultural and veterinary drug residues in food, illegally added chemical drugs and other organic pollutants; rapid screening and detection of mycotoxins in food; identification and analysis of unknowns;

115. Automatic potentiometric titrator: Determination of acidity, vitamin C, etc. in food;

116. Abbe refractometer: determination of the refractive index of the food sample and the concentration of the relevant substance;

117. Digital display conductivity meter: determination of conductivity of food samples;

118. X-ray fluorescence spectrometer: determination of harmful elements in food;

119. Gel Permeation Chromatography: Determination of pesticide residues in foods, molecular weight determination of protein and polysaccharide polypeptides, and sample preparation and purification;

120. Liquid chromatography: separation and determination of nutrients or pollutants in foods;

121. Gas chromatography: separation determination of volatile nutrients or contaminants in foods;

122. Gas-phase headspace sampler: separation and determination of volatile nutrients or pollutants in food;

123. Raman spectrometer: identification analysis of amino acids, peptides, proteins, DNA, RNA and carbohydrate molecules in food;

124. Fully automatic nitrogen analyzer: quantitative analysis of protein in food;

125. Atomic absorption spectrometer: determination of trace elements in food;

126. Fatty acid analyzer: determination of fatty acids in food;

127. Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry: determination of trace elements in food;

128. Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry: Separation and determination of volatile components or contaminants in foods;

129. Triple series quadrupole GC/MS: separation and determination of volatile components or pollutants in food;

130. Tandem four-stage liquid-mass spectrometer: separation and determination of nutrients or pollutants in food;

131. Liquid chromatography-ion 肼 mass spectrometer: separation and determination of nutrients or pollutants in food;

132. Full-band microscopic image system: analysis of mixtures, particle sizes, agglomeration of component particles, polycrystals, hydrates, and other trace contaminants in food;

133. Ion Chromatography: Determination of anions and cations in food samples;

134. Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometer: Determination of hydride trace elements in food samples (heavy metal elements);

135. Inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer: determination of trace elements in food;

136. Cone gauge: determination of viscosity in food samples;

137. Puncture force tester: determination of puncture force value of food packaging stopper;

138. Thermal shock tester: qualification test, incremental and destructive test analysis of food packaging glass products;

139. Internal pressure tester: determination of pressure value in food packaging bottles;

140. Internal stress tester: determination of internal stress value of food packaging glass bottles;

141. Vertical axis deviation tester: determination of food package axis deviation;

142. Bottle bottom and wall thickness measuring instrument: determination of the thickness of the bottom and wall of the food packaging bottle;

143. Radimeter: Determination of the curvature of the food packaging bottle;

144. Automatic Vibrating Screener: Analysis of the content of specific elements in glass bottles for food packaging;

145. Horizontal circumferential rotating oscillator: analysis of the tightness of food packaging bottles and lids;

146. Dart impact tester: impact quality and energy analysis for 50% damage of plastic film or sheet for food packaging with thickness less than 1mm;

147. Burst resistance meter: analysis of bursting resistance of food packaging materials;

148. Coating flexibility and adhesion test device: coating flexibility and adhesion analysis of food packaging materials;

149. Inner coating continuity test device: continuous coating analysis of food packaging materials;

150. Toughness experimental device: toughness analysis of food packaging materials.