The Winescreener, a high-performance FT-NMR-based screening system that delivers rapid and cost-effective quantitative targeted and non-targeted statistical analyses of wine, is now available from Bruker. The system features a large number of parameters delivered within a single, completely automated, push-button analysis with minimal sample preparation. Quantification of 25 relevant components is delivered on one measurement and, in addition, both quality and safety are assessed by non-targeted screening. The transferability of the method, based on standard operation procedures, guarantees identical results across different analysis laboratories and, due to its self-learning nature, the solution will further increase its capabilities as new wine analyses are integrated on a global basis.

Bruker Corporation
Issue: 24-02
RSN: 122


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