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Seward launches new blender for large volume food testing procedures

FBR Staff Writer Published 01 July 2015

British establishment Seward has expanded its Stomacher laboratory paddle blenders range with the introduction of new Stomacher 4500 BAM for large volume food testing procedures.


By using Stomacher 4500 BAM, food laboratories would be able to homogenize sample volumes ranging from 1000 to 4500ml.

The programmable settings of the blender ensure best preparation protocol is used for microbial extraction, depending on the food sample under analysis.

Seward claims that the new blender is suitable for FDA's Bacteriological Analytical Manual, where extraction from 375g composite samples is required for the microbiological analyses of food.

Seward managing director Dan Crothers said: "We work closely with our customers to ensure we best meet their requirements and crucially ensure the extraction of all microbial contaminants.

"So in recognition of the need for a high quality, robust blender capable of handling the larger sample volumes required by some food sample preparation protocols, such as BAM, we have launched the Stomacher 4500."

Image: Stomacher 4500 BAM is the perfect tool for extraction from 375g composite samples. Photo: courtesy of Seward Ltd.