Mash Bath, Vitascope, Grain Cutter, Grain Cutter or Laboratory Mill – This is specialist equipment for Malthouse laboratories, Research & Development and Malt Quality Control.
A Mash Bath is used to replicate a brewhouse mashing process in the laboratory to analyse the extract obtainable from one or more samples of malt. The equipment facilitates mashing according to various industry standard and custom profiles: CONGRESS, HARTONG 20, HARTONG 45, HARTONG 65, HARTONG 80, ASBC, PROFILE or THERMOSTAT methods.
For maltsters and grain traders, the tetrazolium test, the so-called staining method, is used to quickly analyse the viability of seeds, or to determine the grain germination performance. It's the best way to obtain quick and accurate results. The test itself takes only 15 minutes.
The twin pots are indivividually Programmable for TIME, TEMPERATURE and VACUUM
Entry-level solution for your analyses concerning different applications such as determining ammoniacal nitrogen, protein nitrogen, (Kjeldahl or direct alkaline distillation), nitric nitrogen (after reduction), phenols, volatile fatty acids, cyanides, alcohol content and Devarda nitrogen
This instrument is designed for fast, automatic and precise counting of small elements, like seeds of different crops (cereals, sunflower seeds, rapeseeds, and pulses). It allows counting of pre-set numbers (e.g. 1000 pieces) and counting of unknown quantity.
Mash Bath - R4, R8, R12 are designed for laboratory use in breweries and malthouses. It aids in the determination of malt extract. The equipment allows one to utilize the CONGRESS, HARTONG 20, HARTONG 45, HARTONG 65, HARTONG 80, ASBC, PROFILE or THERMOSTAT methodology of testing.
Mineralizer MB 332 and MB 442 are designed for mineralizing of samples in the wet way in tubes with 41 mm outside diameter and the temperature of 400-440° C (for example determination of protein acc. to Kjeldahl's method, determination of fiber, etc.).
Disc type mill for grinding samples without moisture loss.