Analyzing with milk analyzers. What is important?

When analyzing with milkotesters it is vital to know they differ quite substantionally. They differ in the methods of analysis. On this basis, analyzers can be divided into devices using “standard” methods (weighing, extraction) and devices with indirect data collection methods.

As an example of the first type, you can enter Kjeldahl devices. They calculate the mass, the temperature of the sample and the chemical composition. Instruments of the second type are used in the work of such methods of analysis as ultrasound, optical activity, spectroscopy.

Analyzers also differ in power. Some can perform 50 tests per day, others – 100, and others – 200. The speed of measuring the parameters is also different: from 15 seconds to three minutes.

The devices have a different configuration. You can only buy a milk quality analyzer without additional features. You can purchase a device that prints the results with the included laptop, computer software, or a pipeline. The device can be powered from the mains with a voltage of 220 volts and can be combined. It will then operate from the car network.

Using milk analyzers

Improper handling of the device, you may receive incorrect data. That is why it is important to carefully study the rules of operation of analysts.

Different models may have some nuances in use, but in general the work follows the same pattern. The device is placed on a flat, stable surface in a vertical position. Then you need to warm up. Some start to heat up immediately after connecting to the mains, others have to give the appropriate “command”. Warming up can take up to 20 minutes.

The test product is then placed in a sample container and then in the apparatus. It is important that the samples are at the appropriate temperature (this is stated in the instructions). If the analyzer is using a suction pump, close and select the mode you need. Insert the measuring vessel with the product from which the sample was taken. When the analysis is complete, the device will show the result on the display and if there is a thermal printer, the data can be printed. They can also be saved on a computer. It is important to wash all pipes and the measuring chamber after using the device, otherwise the following data will be in question.

Note that after washing, the results of the first test are not taken into account, as there may be water left in the analyzer to affect the figures. Information on