FLUOROQUANT READER WITH PRINTER & ACCESSORIES
The Romer Labs® FQ-Reader allows fluorometric detection and quantification of mycotoxins and is used in conjunction with Romer Labs FluoroQuant® Test Kits. It is a sensitive, easy-to-use laboratory instrument which measures the fluorescence in samples and calculates ppm or ppb utilizing customized data processing and calibration routines. This provides accurate ppm or ppb results. A thermal printer is available for data print out, or the FQ-Reader can transfer data directly to a computer.
CHROMATE READER 4300
BIOTEK 800TS READER INCL. GEN5 SW (405, 450, 490 and 630 nm)
The BIOTEK 800TS READER (INCL. GEN5 SW) ELISA Reader is a suitable for several microwell plate formats reader, intended for in-vitro diagnostic use. It reads a 96 well plate in a few seconds and comes with versatile and flexible software. Easy programming, equipped with 405, 450, 492, 630 nm filters, available with or without Gen5 software and free of charge spreadsheets.
AGRAVISION PRO READER
The AgraStrip® Pro WATEX® test system allows the rapid and simple on-site quantification of mycotoxins in a variety of agricultural products. Both the output and the test have been improved, reducing the steps to a minimum, while setting new standards in accuracy and usability. Proprietary water-based extraction eliminates risks to both the user and the environment.
Romer Series II® Mill
Series II® Mill, 115V
Series II® Mill, 230V, American Plug
Series II® Mill, 230V, European Plug
The patented Romer Series II® Mill can prepare a representative sample quickly and easily. A 2 lb. (1 kg) sample of corn can be ground and subsampled within 1 to 2 minutes. This mill simultaneously grinds and splits the samples and is the only mill available that combines these two steps into one piece of equipment. The Series II® Mill is USDA/GIPSA approved and is used mainly for grains, feeds and foods.
RAS® (Romer Analytical Sampling) Mill
RAS® Mill, 115V
RAS® Mill, 230V
The RAS® Mill has been specifically developed for products that are difficult to grind due to high moisture and/or high oil content. Among these products are cottonseed, tree nuts, peanuts and pistachios. A 2 lb. (1 kg) sample of corn can be ground and subsampled in 1 minute. Special features include the availability of 2 unique chute options (to allow more rapid and accurate grinding and sampling), interchangable grinding burrs, and power drive screws to allow the grinding of practically any product. The moving parts are made of stainless steel and flashed chrome for food safety analyses. The RAS® Mill is ideal for use in all labs where grinding and subsampling is essential, from pesticides to mycotoxins, moisture and proteins.
ChroMate ELISA Reader (Awareness Technology, Inc.)
The ChroMate ELISA Reader is a compact and economical 8-channel microplate reader, intended for in-vitro diagnostic use. It reads a 96 well plate in 12 seconds and comes with versatile and flexible software. All AgraQuant® ELISA test kits can be read with the ChroMate ELISA Reader.
Romer Evap® System
Romer Evap® System, 12 Port, small, 115V
Romer Evap® System, 12 Port, large, 115V
Romer Evap® System, 24 Port, small, 115V
Romer Evap® System, 24 Port, large, 115V
Romer Evap® System, 12 Port, small, 230V
Romer Evap® System, 12 Port, large, 230V
Romer Evap® System, 24 Port, small, 230V
Romer Evap® System, 24 Port, large, 230V
The Romer Evap® is a versatile easy-to-use system that rapidly evaporates common organic solvents. Among the many features of the Romer Evap® System are the stainless steel design and solvent-resistant tubing. The system can be customized for either 12 or 24 port evaporation. Each row of ports can be separately controlled to regulate the amount of vacuum or may be completely shut-off when not in use. The Romer Evap® System includes a 12 or 24 port evaporator, dry bath and vacuum pump.
Romer Derivatization Unit
The Romer® Derivatization Unit (RDU™) is a photochemical post-column derivatization for the determination of aflatoxins by HPLC-FLD. For sensitive determination of aflatoxins, the aflatoxins B1 and G1 must be derivatized in order to enhance their natural fluorescence. This may be done with ease photochemically by irradiation with UV light at 254 nm with the RDU™. This method was shown to be equivalent to bromination in literature 1. Aflatoxins B2 and G2 are not altered or influenced by the irradiation process.