Food & Beverage Analysis- Recommended Instrument

For high throughput labs looking to analyse food and beverage and up to 4 or 5 chemistries, the AA500 or QuAAtro Continuous Segmented Flow Analyzers are ideal. For low to medium throughput labs looking to analyze food & beverage for multiple chemistries consider a SEAL AQ Discrete Analyzer. Please contact us to discuss your laboratory's requirements

Continuous Segmented Flow Analyzers

For over 50 years SEAL Analytical (previously Bran+Luebbe/ Technicon) has been the expert in automated wet chemistry analyzers and sample preparation instruments. We understand that regulated standard methods are critical, so all SEAL analyzers are supplied with detailed method descriptions including reagent make up, flow diagrams and specific application notes.

Food & Beverage Analyzer Methods

  • SEAL Analytical has an extensive library of over 1000 methods.
  • Multi-range methods, giving the ability to set up your desired range.
  • Dialyzers are sometimes used to stop any color interference and/or dilution.
  • Methods used with older AutoAnalyzer II and TrAAcs systems are completely transferable to current model AutoAnalyzers.

Typical Food & Beverage Parameters

Reducing Sugars in wine
Volatile Acidity in wine
Amylose in rice xxtracts
Hydroxyproline in meat & meat products
Nitrate & nitrite in meat & food extracts
Nitrate in milk
Sulfur dioxide in beer
Reducing sugars
Starch in tobacco, plant & food extracts


Sample Preparation

Methods are available for all common sample preparation procedures.

For automated Kjeldahl digesttions use a Block Digestion System (BD28 & BD50).



Discrete Analyzer

The compact Discrete Analysers can be an option for some applications. SEAL Discrete Analyzers are supported by a large library of methods that include parameters important in food & beverage analysis. Our stated detection limits will be achieved by typical laboratories, with many users exceeding these detection limits.

Sample Preparation

  • Methods available for common sample preparation procedures.
  • For automated Kjeldahl digestions use a Hot Block Digestion System