Category Archives: Milk Testing

ProCal Bias Adjustment

Need a quick refresher on how to make a simple bias adjustment to your Metron analyzer’s calibration? Here is a one minute screen recording to show you how to do it.

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Milk Component Analysis: A Comparison of Instrumental Methods

Thank you for you interest in this document. Please click on the link below to download the pdf version of the document:¬†Milk Component Analysis: A Comparison of Instrumental Methods. Milk Analysis: A Comparison of Instrumental Methods Milk Component Analysis: A … Continue reading

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Milk Analysis

Milk analysis is typically performed by a secondary method that is based upon primary wet chemistry reference data. Milk components commonly determined are fat, protein, lactose and solids. Wet chemistry methods for determination of fat include ether and mojonier. For … Continue reading

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Milk Calibration Tip

When calibrating, use calibration samples that closely resemble the product that you will be testing. The number of calibration samples required depends on the sample variation. In many cases for a mid-infrared milk component analyzer 6 to 12 samples are … Continue reading

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