Enzyme reactions used to analyse sugars and alcohol

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Analox Instruments offers a range of fast laboratory analysis systems for the food and drinks industries. These analysers measure the maximum rate of...

Analox Instruments offers a range of fast laboratory analysis systems for the food and drinks industries. These analysers measure the maximum rate of oxygen consumption in specific enzyme reactions.

Under the controlled assay conditions, oxygen consumption is directly proportional to the concentration of the analyte, the substance being identified or determined.

The method is extremely fast, with results printed out on the integral printer within 20 seconds of sample injection. All analysers are supplied with RS232 computer serial output and an optional computer data transfer package is available.

Operation is simple, with prompts from the display guiding the user through the analysis with 'Yes' and 'No' responses.

The product range includes the GM8 MicroStat, which has assays for glucose (dextrose), lactate, sucrose, lactose, glutamine, ethanol and methanol.

The new GL6 will analyse for glucose, lactate, ethanol, glycerol and methanol. Models AM2 and AM3 determine alcohol in beers, wines, low alcohol beer and lagers.

Contact: Analox Instruments Tel: 0208 749 7635

Related topics: Food Safety, Hygiene, safety & cleaning

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