Defining flour water absorption with high-precision dosage

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    Publisher Milling & Grain
    Year of publication 2017 December

    Medium Digital

    Cereal processes > Cereal and milling science


    Scope & contentBy Brabender, Germany

    In the literal meaning of “on top”, Brabender now introduces its automated water dosing system for the Farinograph-TS.

    The new Aqua-Inject is a real high-tech piece of equipment: Dosing can be realised with the highest level of precision. In the 300g mixer, accuracy of 0.25ml can be achieved. This is achieved thanks to a new technology, in which a miniaturised rotating turbine measures the flow rate of the water being dosed. The integrated heating module makes temperature control superfluous during dosing, ensuring constant water temperatures in your lab processes.

    This increases the accuracy and reproducibility of the results, as any possible effects that ambient temperature may have on water dosing are eliminated. Automatic titration instead of manual dosing removes discrepancies caused by humans at a stroke, and ‘adieu burette’ also brings with it two safety arguments:
    Usage errors are minimised, and glass breakage as a possible critical hazard point for food processing operations is ruled out at this stage.
    Last but not least: Not only does the new Aqua-Inject simplify operation for laboratory staff, but it also reduces your investment costs.
    High-precision dosage: The new Brabender Aqua-Inject measures the flow rate of the water being dosed by means of a miniaturised rotating turbine.

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