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Which equipment should be equipped for food laboratory construction

Mar 14, 2018

The one-stop laboratory service contains a lot of content, including laboratory construction and laboratory equipment. Many users do not understand what equipment they need to use in their laboratory, or even what items they need to detect. The following is a laboratory construction company that provides detailed information on equipment required for food laboratory construction.


1 Turbidity Meter: Measuring Water Turbidity
2 Abbe Refractometer: Measuring the refractive index and average dispersion of transparent, translucent liquids or solids
3 color difference meter: measure product color
4 Conductivity Meter: Measuring Conductivity of Electrolyte Solution
5 Spectrophotometers: Quantitative Analysis
6 photoelectric turbidity meter: measuring liquid turbidity
7 Karl Fischer moisture analyzer: instrument for determining water content
8 UV-Visible Spectrophotometers: Quantitative Analysis of Absorption of Monochromatic Radiation at Different Wavelengths
9 Automatic polarimeter: measuring the optical rotation of the substance, analyzing the concentration, purity and sugar content of the substance
10 Sodium ion concentration meter: measuring sodium ion concentration
11 Gas Chromatograph: Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis
12 Acidity Meter: Measuring pH
13 Hand-held sugar meter: Determination of sugar content and sugar content in solution
14 Dissolved Oxygen Analyzer: Dissolved Oxygen
15 Microinjector: Injection
16 Microscopes: Observing Microscopic Substances
17 Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer: Quantitative Analysis of the Absorption of Characteristic Radiation by the Ground State Atoms of the Tested Element
18 Liquid Chromatography: Qualitative, Quantitative Analysis
19 Comparing Color Measurements: Measuring the Color of Non-transparent Material Surfaces
20 Protein Analyzers: Protein Quantification
21 Beer Turbidity Tester: Measuring Beer Turbidity
22 colorimeter: measuring product color


Food laboratories are generally composed of chemical laboratories, microbiology laboratories, and sensory laboratories. Before doing laboratory decoration construction, full consideration must be given to the functions that these different regions need in order to do more with less.