Lab Innovations 2017 Showcases the ORACLE rapid fat analyser from CEM
13 Oct 2017
CEM will be highlighting their ORACLE fat analyser at Lab Innovations 2017 in Birmingham this November. This innovative instrument is the first ever rapid fat analyser that requires absolutely no calibration or method development.
Lab Innovations is the UK's only exhibition dedicated to the laboratory industry and so it provides a fitting location to view one of the most innovative pieces of laboratory equipment of recent years: the ORACLE rapid fat analyser. Thanks to a major breakthrough in NMR technology the ORACLE can isolate the detection of the proton signal in fat molecules from all other compositional proton sources (i.e. protein, carbohydrate and ash).
Other rapid techniques are not able to fully isolate fat from other components that could offer interference, which is why extensive calibration development is often required. By comparison, with the touch of a single button, the ORACLE can analyse the fat content of any food sample, without any prior knowledge of the sample matrix and composition, to reference chemistry accuracy. And the ORACLE is fast as well – only 30 seconds for the whole run.
Whether it’s meats like cod to hot dogs, dairy like cheese and milk, creamer, wheat or mayonnaise, the ORACLE is the perfect instrument for assessing fat content, with no method development necessary. And now the ORACLE has now been verified with over 30 Certified Reference Materials sourced from both Europe and USA, so if you want to learn more about this unique instrument CEM will be delighted to welcome you to their stand C5 at Lab Innovations 2017.
They will also be pleased to discuss the extensive support they offer to all their customers and the training days that they run as well.