Our laboratory works in conjunction with the Nutrition, Research, Development and Innovation teams. Performs the Quality Control of our plant, analyzing raw materials and elaborated products. In the same way, together with the production area, it defines the manufacturing processes, verifying efficiency of mixers, quality control of packaging and lifetimes of products.
It has the necessary instruments to perform the analysis by traditional methods of wet chemistry and as a tool of utmost utility, it has equipment of N.I.R System technology. The latter provides great excellence, speed, accuracy and repeatability. It is extremely useful when results are urgently required, especially when it comes to testing in the plant.
The laboratory develops special equations / specific calibrations, obtaining the information to generate the databases with their own analysis systems for Wet Chemistry.
Organic nitrogen determination
High performance liquid chromatography
Used to separate the different components of a mixture
NIRSystem of two different systems
We have Kjeldahl equipment, HPLC, Chromatograph, NIRSystem of two different systems, equipment to determine hardness of pellets, for mycotoxins, special mills for different applications, scales of different precisions, specific volumetric material for all determinations
Different types of analysis that we perform
ALITATION OF PHYTASES
DETERMINATION OF ANTITRYPIC FACTOR
SOLUBLE PROTEIN IN KOH
GREASE (ETEREO EXTRACT)
GREASE FOR ACID HYDROLYSIS
PELLETS HARDNESS CONTROL
ACIDITY (AS OLEIC ACID)
ADULTERATIONS IN RAW MATERIALS
Access reports and publications written by our team of commercial technicians and veterinarians.
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