Discover how the dairy industry benefits from Soft Matter Analytics™
“We use CoaguSens every day in production to control the critical step of curd cutting. This precision equipment allowed us to optimize our recipes and to improve the solids retention rate. Our investment in CoaguSens has been largely paid back owing to its impact on our production.“
CoaguSens™ Flex is a lab testing instrument designed for the dairy industry to measure milk gel firmness during coagulation. It is used in R&D to develop or improve the formulation of products and to optimize industrial production processes. CoaguSens™ Flex is also used in Quality Control to qualify and document the quality of products or ingredients.
Milk coagulation is a fundamental step in the dairy industry. It significantly influences yield and profitability of industrial cheese production as well as the textural and sensorial properties of fermented products such as yogurt.
Coagulation is a dynamic and living process that involves enzymes and bacteria. We kept that in mind to design the CoaguSens™ Flex. Food technologists and cheesemakers can now precisely and easily test milk coagulation in lab for multiple industrial purposes such as:
CoaguSens™ Flex’s App simplifies viscoelasticity testing while allowing you building customized material databases.
Modern dairies deserve great features
The CoaguSens™ Flex comes with an easy to use tablet App that communicates remotely with the instrument. It includes programmable thermal ramps, customizable databases and much more.
CoaguSens™ Flex integrates a unique and patented technology that uses vibrations to gently interrogate the milk sample and get its firmness.
We are your partners in viscoelasticity testing. That’s why our expert corner will be sharing with you, every 3 months, a curated selection of summarized scientific articles and original articles from our team:
- To make your life easier and save you time
- To keep you informed about what’s new in viscoelasticity testing
- To learn more about the various applications of biomaterials