FOSS launches new dairy analyzer

By Jim Cornall contact

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The Milkoscan FT3 can test samples including chocolate milk, drinking yogurt, WPC and more,
The Milkoscan FT3 can test samples including chocolate milk, drinking yogurt, WPC and more,

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FOSS has launched MilkoScan FT3, a smart-enabled dairy analyzer for instant multi-parameter testing of a wide range of liquid and semi-solid dairy products at low cost and with consistency of results.

The Milkoscan FT3 can test a broad range of samples including chocolate milk, drinking yogurt, WPC and more, for a variety of parameters such as fat, protein, total solids, freezing point and many more.  With its smart flow system, it can recognize and auto-adjust to each sample and delivers results within 30 seconds depending on sample type.

FOSS said this leads to immediate gains in production through the rapid availability of critical quality data for uninterrupted operations. 

Targeted and un¬targeted adulteration screening options are available, and the direct freezing point measurement of milk and cream is also provided.

The MilkoScan FT3 has a patented form of instrument standardization. The instrument automatically checks its performance every two hours so that any signs of drift in results is spotted immediately. This avoids reference analysis checks required with earlier generation instruments. It saves time, work and chemical reagents and avoids worries about compliance with operating procedures.  

With its built-in ID chips, the MilkoScan FT3 monitors vital instrument components and a self-diagnostic system provides problem-solving hints that enable quick resolution.

Online support is also available for operators through the FOSS SmartCare program.         

“The MilkoScan FT3 is not just another MilkoScan,”​ said FOSS CEO, Kim Vejlby Hansen.

“It adds a whole new and exciting smart-enabled aspect to the FOSS MilkoScan story by providing the ideal solution for today’s dynamic dairy industry.”        


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