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Overcoming Pump Limitations

By Emma Foster on Fri 23 December 2022

Various pumps in non-pressurised systems can be used to induce liquid movement or flow. However, the pumps can have limitations in both batch and continuous processes.

Gas Chromatography, Liquid Chromatography, and Mass Spectroscopy Flow Control

By Emma Foster on Fri 23 December 2022

Chromatography and spectroscopy are two major techniques used to perform quantitative and qualitative analysis of gas and liquid samples. In this article, we look at how Alicat mass flow controllers improve flow regulation, helping to design more valuable analyser systems.

Want the Best Water Quality Data?

By Emma Foster on Wed 21 December 2022

Site selection is a critical factor in collecting representative water quality data—sometimes more so than the sensors used to make the measurements. In the case of spot/grab sampling, continuous monitoring or water column profiling being carried out, there are a multitude of elements that go into the selection of the ideal location to taking measurements in aquatic environments.

Top 7 Ways New EXO Sondes Expand Your Water Quality Monitoring

By Emma Foster on Wed 21 December 2022

New features, sensors and now new Sondes have been part of the continual growth over the last ten years by EXO to develop the EXO Sonde System and bookmark it as the unrivalled tool to assist you in monitoring and protecting your World.

Texture Analyser & Mouth Feel Test

By Emma Foster on Thu 08 December 2022

Any food product undergoing quality control testing utilising texture analysis requires a standardised test procedure that has been experimentally tailored to the target product and the equipment available. Read this article to find out more about texture analysers and the mouth feel test.

Texture Analysis: A Science of Food

By Emma Foster on Thu 08 December 2022

Texture analysis is a scientific discipline that measures the subjective qualities of food items, their intermediate parts, and their functional elements. Find out more about texture analysis and the processes used.

PCR and qPCR, What’s the difference?

By Emma Foster on Thu 08 December 2022

PCR is a commonly used diagnostic tool in domains such as virology, microbiology, parasitology, mycology, and dentistry. However, it has its limitations which qPCR does not. Find out what the difference between PCR and qPCR is.

CondaChrome® Cosmetic Industry Solutions

By Emma Foster on Thu 08 December 2022 in Home

A lot of time and money is wasted due to the strict regulations that have been put in place in the cosmetic industry regarding the detection of Candida albicans, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Escherichia coli, and Staphylococcus aureus. What if there is a solution that would enable you to save both time and money?

How To Get Right Food Texture?

By Emma Foster on Thu 08 December 2022

According to research, texture, flavour, and appearance make a food product more or less acceptable. For food makers to be successful, they must be able to faithfully duplicate the texture of food products. Find out how you can get the right food texture by reading our article.

DO Meter Measurement Problems?

By Emma Foster on Thu 08 December 2022

Dissolved oxygen in aquatic environments is critical to most species and understanding the DO levels in a system is equally important to aquatic managers, aquarists, researchers, and more. What is Affecting Your Dissolved Oxygen Measurements?

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