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Bruker Video at IPPE 2015: Feed/Autosampler

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VIDEO: HTS-250 Autosampler

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New Bruker Video – Tango for Feed

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Watch the demo of the Tango at Pittcon 2013:

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VIDEO: Tango featured at 2012 Feed and Pet Food Joint Conference

Howard Eubanks presents the Tango at the 2012 Feed and Pet Food Joint Conference.

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VIDEO: How efficient is your ingredient blending process?

Tango’s in-process monitoring determines if your pet food ingredient blending process is efficient and eliminates over and under blending of samples by letting your know when a sample hits the target, according to Cynthia Kradjel at the 2012 Petfood Forum.

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VIDEO: MPA measures liquids, solids and ground samples

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.

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VIDEO: Tango’s corner cube mirror offers precise optical path

Regardless of external vibrations, Tango’s corner cube mirrors are always able to return a parallel beam.

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VIDEO: How good is my NIR calibration?

Tony Pietrantonio, president & CEO of Caltest, a third-party NIR management firm, tests and grades NIR calibrations. The company applies tools, techniques and procedures, so the end user of an NIR animal feed testing system knows their NIR is operating properly.

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VIDEO: FT-NIR technology quickly optimizes feed formulas

FT-NIR is the next-generation platform for animal feed quality control. It optimizes formulas so nutritional content is consistent from lot-to-lot and helps to insure blends are homogeneous, comments Cynthia Kradjel at the Midwest Poultry Federation Convention.

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