System offers millers and bakers the ability to read ash measurements accurately and consistently whether they are using an on-line of off-line instrument
Branscan's latest product to reach the market is the
Fluoroscan, claimed to be the world's first system that uses
an image analysis system for measuring ash in flour.
Soon to be
available in both on- and off-line systems, the F500 model
off-line system is the first on the market.
intelligent algorithm is based on the Branscan algorithm, which
is currently used in systems for measuring bran and specks in
Fluoroscan is easy to use: the product to be scanned is
loaded into a sample tray, which is then placed into the viewing
The system then captures a snapshot of a fixed area.
Computer and camera technology are used to analyse the captured
image to provide accurate ash readings.
Fluoroscan offers millers
and bakers the ability to read ash measurements accurately and
consistently reagardless of whether they are using an on-line of
The systemcan provide the ash value of
flour, semolina and feedback without using a daily calibration
It can be used in the laboratory or production floor,
while still giving the users accurate and consistent results
This technology can be applied to other forms of
Powders can be checked for impurities or for