A raw fiber analyzer is a specialized laboratory instrument used to determine the crude fiber content in various food and feed samples. It employs a series of chemical digestion, filtration, and drying processes to separate the insoluble fiber fraction, primarily consisting of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin, from the sample matrix. This analysis is critical for nutritional labeling, quality control, and research in the food and agriculture industries. Our raw fiber analyzers provide accurate and standardized results, aiding in assessing dietary fiber content, feed quality, and the development of nutritional products. By quantifying crude fiber, they contribute to informed decisions regarding dietary recommendations, animal nutrition, and quality assurance, ensuring that products meet specified fiber content standards and regulatory requirements.
|Reproducibility error||Raw fiber level < 10%: Absolute value error ≤ 0.4%
Raw fiber level > 10%: Absolute value error ≤ 4%
|Measuring time||About 100 min (including acid 40 min, alkali 40 min, filter and wash 20 min)|
|Water supply||Water pressure > 1.5 Mpa|