14.05.2017 – 18.05.2017
Shimadzu will act on the EBC congress in Ljubljana, which will be held at the Cankarjev Dom conferencing facilities in direct vicinty of the historical part of Ljubljana.
Feel free to stop by our booth between 14 and 18 May 2017, to meet our Product Specialists and to inform you about our latest developments as well as to discuss well established techniques.
Tuesday, 16 May 2017
16:00 - 17:00h
P010: State of the art solutions for beer analysis
Uwe Oppermann, Shimadzu Europa, Marketing Manager, Analytical Business Unit: Food & Food Safety, Duisburg, Germany
P017: Investigation of mycotoxins in different beers with the Mycotoxin Screening System using several cleanup techniques
Carola Schultz, Shimadzu Europa, Product Specialist Consumables, Customer Care | Innovation & Product Support, Duisburg, Germany
In only 14 minutes, this mycotoxin screening system is able to detect the presence of 10 mycotoxins with LOQs matching EU regulations. The system does not require sample derivatization, for highly efficient sample measurement. It offers the high performance and user friendly handling of the established i-series compact LC system with additional features to help the unexperienced user.
The Shimadzu i-Series Method Scouting System makes easy work of optimizing (U)HPLC separations. With a few clicks you can test up to 100 combinations of mobile phases, columns, and gradient profiles, using the dedicated Method Scouting Solution software.
The system delivers UHPLC performance for fast analysis with built-in UV or PDA detection, while also being LCMS compatible.
UV-VIS spectrophotometers are the right analytical instruments for a brewers lab. They enable to determine color and IBU (International Bitterness Unit). A multi-talent for routine analysis, Shimadzu’s UV-1800 performs bitterness and color analysis in an easy way. The color of beer and wort is controlled according to the EBC (European Brewery Convention). The method involves the UV-1800 to measure the attenuation of light at a wavelength of 430 nanometers [nm], as it passes through a sample contained in a 1 cm cuvette located in the light path of the instrument.