Bruker Optics’ FT-NIR Multi Purpose Analyzer (MPA) analyzes liquids, solids- easily switching between transmission and reflection by computer control.
The operator does not need to physically swap out modules, which allows for ease of use and improved system stability. Finding a place to store modules that are not in use is also not an issue with the MPA, and that eliminates the potential for optics contamination or damage to the module.
Using Near Infrared Spectroscopy technology, the Multiple Purpose Analyzer’s (MPA) various measurement options are the ideal tools for sophisticated method developments.
Not sure what sampling method is best? The MPA can provide analysis of liquids, solids, and powders. Users can try out several methods and compare the results.
Bruker Optics’s MPA is capable of multiple analysis techniques and can measure fats and oils as liquids, solids and ground feed samples. For example, the MPA can measure the iodine value in free fatty acid profiles, mono and saturated fats and poly saturated fats in a single measurement that takes about a minute, says Dean Roberts at the Midwest Poultry Federation Convention.