Finder SD Rotator
The Finder SD analyses heterogeneous samples, like meat, fish or cheese with minimal sample preparation efforts.
The Finder SD Rotator combines the advantages of the Finder SD with an attachment for rotating sample dishes. This makes it possible to achieve representative and reproducible analysis results for inhomogeneous samples.
In addition to usage in laboratories, the IP65 certified housing enables usage directly in incoming goods or in production. Analysis times can thereby be reduced to a minimum. Thermal stabilisation of the visual, a stabilised light source and reference standards in the device guarantee reliable functionality at all times.
The usage of the patented Fraunhofer MEMS scanning grating technology enables easy transfer of available calibrations between multiple instruments.
The focuses of NIRS are organic materials. The most common area of application is incoming goods inspection, process control and outgoing goods inspection with the quantification of ingredients, e.g. value-added ingredients such as fat and protein in food or feed production. The Finder SD can also perform corresponding analyses for intermediate products and semi-finished products.
HiperScan has already developed basis calibrations for various industries and products that you can use. When it comes to new applications, we gladly take on the development of additional calibrations for you. Contact us!
Alternatively, high-performance software for the development of quantitative or qualitative calibrations is available from SensoLogic. New applications can easily be used with the Finder SD via a standardised interface.
- Robust design, IP65 certified
- Patented Fraunhofer MEMS scanning grating technology
- Thermally stabilised
- Integrated stabilised Wolfram halogen light source
- Easy to clean, no cross-contamination
- Rotating sample dish Ø 94mm
- Analysis results in a few seconds
- User-friendly software
Data sheet Finder SD Rotator
- Determining protein, fat and water content in meat or milk products
- Determining the moisture of baked goods
- Identification of synthetic materials or textiles in the recycling industry