Fibertecâ„¢ 8000 - Fully Automated Crude and Detergent Fibre analysis!

Fibertecâ„¢ 8000 - Fully Automated Crude and Detergent Fibre analysis!

Agricultural Sciences / Agro-Food

April 06, 2018

The Fibertec™ 8000 is a fully automated system for determination of crude fibre and detergent fibre and related parameters according to standard reference ‘crucible’ methods such as Weende, van Soest etc.

Fibre analysis is complex and standard methods are of great importance for reliable results. The traditional methods for analysis of fibre involves repeated sample treatments, transfer and filtration together with the handling of various, often hot, reagents. Each sample has to be treated seperately. Each of these processes is a potential source of error or safety concern. With Fibertec, single or sequential extractions including boiling, use of internally preheated reagents, rinsing and filtration are performed batch wise under reproducible and controlled conditions. 

Official reference tests according to ISO, AOAC and others using Weende, van Soest and other recognised methods is made simple with the Fibertec 8000.

  • Sample type: Feed, Feed ingredients, Forage, Grain, Cereal and Oil seeds.

  • Parameters: Crude Fibre (CF), Neutral Detergent Fibre (NDF), Acid Detergent Fibre (ADF) and Acid Detergent Lignin (ADL).

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