"testing moisture in a mixture of raw materials"
Moisture content of every batch"The Humitest for grain and stems
is used when manufacturing a range of savoury snacks. Because it is
very important to systematically measure the moisture content of every
batch manufactured, we need an instrument that can carry out
measurements fast and with good repeatability", explains Erik Vanneau.
Repeatability means a process can be reproduced in series. This is important for getting reliable measurements during a production process at industrial level. The higher the repeatability of an instrument’s results, the more stable the measurements are.
Also, he adds: " the instrument must be user-friendly and suitable for an industrial environment”. He believes that: “Humitest® meets all these needs ".
Portable moisture analyser"The Humitest for grain and stems enables you to take regular measurements fast ".
"Once the manufacturing process has started, it can’t be stopped; it has to be constantly fed with more batches of the raw material mixture”, says Erik Vanneau.
Therefore, “being able to carry out a fast test is indispensable".
"The Infrared method", he says, "Can be used infrared both for on-going manufacturing processes and finished products (ready-to-eat sweet and savoury cereals).
However although it is reliable, this method is not as fast as Humitest. The infrared moisture analysers that we have are not "portable" like the Humitest".
ANTARTIC II manufactures, packs, stores and sales cereals for breakfast, aperitif snacks, spices, rice, semolina as well as custom made mixes of ingredients and additives.
Measuring solid biomass water content
Moisture meters for on-site diagnosis
This moisture meter designed for the players of the food industrie allows measuring wet mass water content of precious grains like coffee, cocoa, peas, rice, linseed, sesame or sorghum.
Equilibrium humidity content
Also known as the hygroscopic equilibrium, this term is used to define the water equilibrium of a material in relation to external conditions.
Antactic II, Erik Vanneau