Accuracy in milk and dairy testing
Dairy processing plants have a unique need for highly accurate, precise and repeatable instrumentation when dealing with both quality testing and payment testing. For decades, Bentley Instruments has been servicing laboratories with appropriately sized and scaled instruments for approved component and quality testing (fat, protein, lactose, somatic cell count, bacteria count, etc.).
Dedicated, unlimited service and support
Dairy plant laboratories will enjoy the careful, design-for-service approach to laboratory instrumentation that has been the hallmark of Bentley Instruments’ design efforts for years. We have been servicing dairy processing laboratories around the world for over 25 years and understand the need for reliable performance and accuracy. Providing world class service in close cooperation with laboratory management gives plants the option to train and ultimately become self-reliant on in-house expertise.
Speed, accuracy, and reliability in raw milk testing
Central laboratories across the globe depend on our highly reliable instrumentation to provide results for herd management. The need for compliant component testing (fat, protein, lactose, somatic cell count, bacteria count etc.) is met with high efficiency and throughput. The Bentley Instruments product line includes models that test from 50 to 500 samples per hour, making it easy to select a model for almost any laboratory.
The central laboratory and the Bentley Instruments service model
Bentley Instruments has been servicing the herd testing business for over 25 years and understands the need for uptime and reliability. Providing world class service in close cooperation with laboratory management allows laboratories the option to train and ultimately become self-reliant on in-house expertise.
Automation, testing and data processing
The instruments can be integrated directly into routine laboratory testing procedures and data processing, providing timely delivery of results. Data storage options allow laboratories to integrate data directly into most modern LIM systems. Automation is achieved through the use of semi-robotic handling and identification of sample vials.