FLASH 4000 N/Protein Analyzer
Bursting with Productivity
Now with a large sample volume capacity
The classical Kjeldahl Nitrogen method (involving sample oxidation by digestion in sulphuric acid followed by distillation and off-line titration measurements), is extremely time-consuming, expensive, and requires laboratory safety measures.
As Kjeldahl becomes inadequate in meeting international safety rules, many official methods (e.g. AOAC, AOCS, AACC), support the Dynamic Flash Combustion/ modified Dumas method as an alternative to the well known Kjeldahl method. Furthermore, the Kjeldahl method suffers from high waste cost, the inability to operate continuously, and is dependent on the user’s experience and capabilities.
The FLASH 4000 N/Protein analyzer overcomes all concerns of the Kjeldahl method, by reducing sample preparation. This in turn eliminates safety concerns, operator experience requirements, costs of preparation materials and most significantly, the time involved.