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Solid Fat Content Analysis with the TD-NMR minispec automation



September 1, 2015

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  • This new easy to use, cost-effective system brings sample automation to routine minispec applications, including complex Solid Fat Content (SFC) analysis.

    Now, thanks to quick sample exchange times that maximize throughput and increased reliability in minispec measurements, productivity is significantly boosted.

    theminispec Sample Automation system is available as a standalone accessory to existing minispec systems from the mq and mq-one Series, or as a packaged system with a new minispec spectrometer.

    Key Advantages:

    - Single supplier solution: minispec and Sample Automation system both provided by Bruker BioSpin
    - SFC Sample Automation system automatically and accurately controls tempering times delivering results in strictest accordance to SFC International Standard Methods.
    - Automation for all other major Time Domain-Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (TD-NMR) minispec applications including the following preparation steps: Sample pre-tempering (heating) and Barcode reader option
    - Service and support by Bruker BioSpin or local representative

    For further information please register to our free educational webinar: Time-Domain NMR: Basic Principles and Real-World Applications

    In case you cannot make it, please register now anyway and we'll send you the webinar slides and the link to the recording for later viewing at your convenience.

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