Chopin introduces new lab equipment
September 01, 2002
by Emily Wilson
VILLENEUVE LA GARENNE, FRANCE — Chopin has introduced two new pieces of laboratory equipment. Its new laboratory grinder BrC20K quickly grinds small volumes to be analyzed. Its grinding chamber and cover are made of stainless steel, and the tank is water-cooled. The laboratory grinder is used to prepare samples before the moisture analysis, as well as for other grinding applications.
Chopin’s EM10 Oven measures the moisture content of wheat, semolina, and other cereal and cereal products. The heavy aluminium shell distributes the temperature inside the 10 separate cells, with individual natural air circulation. It features accurate temperature control, with temperature settings between 30°C and 150°C.