Whatever it takes for protein analysis: Kjeldahl, Dumas, or NIR
2 October 2013
About this webinar
Processed food, beverage, feed or forage pass different steps in their production cycle requiring different technologies for the determination of nitrogen or protein. Whether you need fast qualification of raw material, or precise protein declaration of processed goods, our Kjeldahl, Dumas and NIR solutions cover it all. There are many factors which influence the determination of the best fitting method. Whereas Kjeldahl is a proven method for all kind of sample matrices, Dumas excels in unattended processing at high throughput, and NIR is matchless in terms of immediate and comprehensive multi-component analysis. BUCHI introduces you to the Master series, which includes the KjelMaster, DuMaster, and NIRMaster instruments for protein analysis.
As the only provider of Kjeldahl, Dumas and NIR, BUCHI knows what is needed for incoming or outgoing goods inspections, at-line production control, or quality control for declaration purposes. Offering the three most widely used technologies, we can cover all your needs. William Ickes is currently the Product Specialist for Kjeldahl and Dumas at BUCHI Corporation in the USA. He is a graduate of Millersville University and has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Biology. He formerly worked as a Pharmaceutical Raw Materials Chemist at Lancaster Laboratories as well as a Technical Support Specialist and Service Specialist at BUCHI Corporation.
Segment Manager NIRS
BUCHI Labortechnik AG
Giovanni is the Segment Manager for Near Infrared Spectroscopy at BUCHI Labortechnik AG in Switzerland. He graduated in Italy and has a Bachelor of Food Science and Technology. He graduated with a thesis on NIR equipment for on-line quality control. He was formerly a Product Specialist within the BUCHI Group, responsible for the application support of Food and Feed NIR users.
Product Manager, Distillation & Dumas
BUCHI Labortechnik AG
Jürgen is currently the Product Manager for Distillation & Dumas at BUCHI Labortechnik in Switzerland. He graduated in Germany and has a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. He was formerly a Project Manager with BUCHI responsible for the development of NIR and Kjeldahl instruments.
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