The Vinmetrica SC-50 MLF Analyzer Kit
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The Vinmetrica SC-55 MLF Analyzer gives accurate and reliable malic acid concentration levels in wine for detecting the end of malolactic fermentation (MLF). The kit includes everything to perform 5 malic acid concentration tests: all vials, pipettes, a conical tube and beaker. Additional tests can be purchased at any time.
A Great Addition to Your SC Series Testing Device
The all-new SC-50 MLF Analyzer Kit from Vinmetrica has recently been revamped and is the perfect addition to the rest of your winemaking equipment. We have moved from the SC-50 MLF Analyzer to a new stand-alone SC-55 MLF Analyzer. You no longer need an SC-100, SC-100A or SC-300 instrument to use the new SC-55. The new SC-55 instrument offers the same level of accuracy and reliability as the original SC-50 the MLF analyzer and is able to aid the winemaker in the determination of malic acid levels in wine. The accuracy of the SC Series devices carries over into the functionality and reliability of the MLF Analyzer. With its easy to use vial insertion assembly, the MLF Analyzer gives you fool-proof readings down to 0.1g/L accuracy. Because it does not require any fancy, expensive lab equipment, the SC-50 MLF analyzer eliminates the need for paper chromatography and it saves you time too!
The Complete MLF Analyzer Kit
Includes everything needed to measure malic acid levels in your fermenting wines:
Vinmetrica SC-55 Analyzer Unit
Malic Reagent Set
One vial of Biopressure Agent (enough for 5 tests)
5 Empty Reaction Vials with Septa Caps
MLF Analyzer Manual
A Quick Overview
The Vinmetrica SC-50 MLF Analyzer measures the pressure given off by the same MLF reaction that you use in your wine. When malic acid is present, carbon dioxide (CO2) is evolved and detected as pressure.
- Add 5 drops of Boost Juice to wine sample; mix.
2. Place 3 mL of wine sample in a reaction vial and cap, mix thoroughly.
3. Allow the reaction vial to incubate for 30 minutes mixing gently occasionally.
4. Initialize the MLF Analyzer and take CO2 pressure reading using the vial insertion assembly
The device signals whether or not MLF is done! The SC-55 is capable of detecting below 0.03 g/L malic acid!
For more details about operation and running the Vinmetrica MLF Analyzer
Check out the SC-50 MLF Analyzer Manual
MLF Analyzer Quick Check Mode Video – (SC-50 Version)
MLF Analyzer Quantative Mode Video – (SC-50 Version)
SC-50 MLF Analyzer Video (SC-55 Version)
Why Choose the Vinmetrica MLF Analyzer?
The MLF Analyzer is much easier and more accurate than paper chromatography. As a stand alone instrument, the MLF Analyzer is a great addition to your winemaking toolkit.
With the accuracy you need and the dependability of Vinmetrica’s products, the MLF Analyzer is perfect for all your MLF analyzing needs.
Accuracy and sensitivity:
Accurately assesses end of MLF at 0.04 g/L malic acid. Capable of detecting below 0.03 g/L malic acid
Affordable: About $ 3 per test or less.
Easy, safe to Use: No toxic chemicals or noxious odors.
Fast: results in 30 minutes. Able to run multiple tests at once
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