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    PAC is a leading global manufacturer of advanced analytical instruments for laboratories and online process applications in industries such as petrochemical, refinery, upstream, biofuels,...
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    OI Analytical designs and manufactures instrumentation for chemical analysis. Data from our analytical instruments serve as the basis for informed decisions affecting human health and safety,...
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    Welcome to Bruker BioSpin and the world's most comprehensive range of NMR and EPR spectroscopy and preclinical imaging research tools. The Bruker BioSpin Group of companies develop, manufacture...
  • Article - 20 Jul 2001
    Calcium is a hard alkaline earth metal and is the fifth most abundant in the Earth’s crust. It is used as cleanser and deoxidiser for non-ferrous metals, an alloying element and a 'getter'. Calcium...
  • Article - 14 Oct 2019
    Quick rejection of undesirable petfood provides enough motivation for pet owners and pet food manufacturers alike to provide animals with the correct food.
  • Article - 27 Feb 2017
    In this article, animal feed is screened and analyzed. The crude fiber content is especially critical and subject to errors.
  • Article - 7 Nov 2016
    There are some differences between the quality acceptance of pet food/animal feed and that of food products produced for human consumption. Particularly in the pet industry, the texture must appeal to...
  • Article - 10 Nov 2008
    The food safety act was introduced in 1990 to ensure the exercise of due diligence throughout the food chain. The feed materials assurance scheme (FEMAS) covers the sourcing and production of feed...
  • News - 30 Dec 2010
    PharmTech International, custom packaging company for cattle feed, poultry feed and other livestock feeds, expects to end the year with a 10 percent increase in sales over last year -- three years...
  • Article - 2 Nov 2017
    N/protein analysis with the Dumas principle depends upon quantitative conversion of analytes into properly-defined gaseous species at higher temperatures.