Rapid analysis of moisture, fat & protein in MSC

Accurate control of moisture, protein, and fat in mechanically separated poultry meat is important for quality and cost-effectiveness. Perten offers NIR instruments for at-line as well as in-line analysis.

Accurate control of moisture, protein, and fat in mechanically separated poultry meat is important for quality and cost-effectiveness. Accurate blending is vital to profitability. Fat and protein are cost drivers while moisture impacts viability, texture and use of the products. In all instances, cost savings are dependent both upon the accuracy of the analyses and the availability of real-time results.

At-line NIR Analyzer - DA 7250 SDMeat Analyzer, DA 7250 SD, Mechanically Separated Chicken

Using the DA 7250 SD at-line NIR, operation staff can perform their own analysis 24/7 and have instant access to the results. The results can be used for process optimization and prevention of costly mistakes.

The DA 7250 SD accurately measures moisture, protein, fat, and ash in fresh and frozen mechanically separated poultry products. Simply place the sample in the disposable cup, place it under the instrument, press analyze, and the results are presented in seconds..

 

USDA Approved In-line NIR - DA 7300 SDDA 7300 Diode Array Sanitary Design for MSC, Meat, Poultry, and Dairy Analysis

Using the DA 7300 in-line NIR a production facility can have real-time 24/7 analysis capability. The instrument is integrated directly to production control systems allowing for automated or manual adjustment for process optimization.

The DA 7300 is integrated directly into the process. MSC flows by the window and is continuously analyzed for a complete profile of the entire production run. Use the results to manually or automatically blend for optimum fat and/or protein content. The integrated camera allows plant personnel to “look” inside the pipe at any time. Supervisors can connect to the system remotely to monitor after-hours production and view any system alarms.

NIR at-line, on-line, process analysis of mechanically separated chicken