FLM300 Fluorophos ALP EU reference method for milk pasteurization verification

Fluorophos ALP

  • Approved reference method for milk pasteurization verification
  • Alkaline phosphatase test for pasteurised milks and creams
  • Most sensitive and accurate method
  • Results in just 3 minutes

Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) is a harmless, naturally occurring enzyme found in all raw milk that is inactivated at temperatures slightly above those that are required to destroy dairy pathogenic micro-organisms. Alkaline phosphatase is a required test that determines if milk or cream products have been correctly pasteurised by heating to the correct temperature and that no raw milk contamination has taken place. This has been the industry standard for over 25 years.

Pasteurisation verification is a CCP within all dairies producing pasteurized products and the Fluorophos is the most reliable and sensitive pasteurisation test available, giving you the greatest confidence in your process and product releases. With a very easy test protocol and an automated 3 minute test, the operator only needs to add the sample to the reagent and press start to get an accurate result.

The Advanced Instruments Fluorophos ALP pasteurization test system offers the most sensitive milk and cream pasteurisation verification test available and is the most trusted method across the world and is the only method that is a fully recognised reference method.

Greatest Sensitivity
The Fluorophos ALP test detects as little as 0.003% raw milk contamination, making it many times more sensitive than any other method. The Fluorometer actually exceeds the FDA and EU ALP detection criteria.

Highest Specificity
The high level specificity of the Fluorophos ALP test eliminates false positives, whilst colour or fat content variations in cheese and flavored products will not affect test results.

Fast and Accurate Results.
Pasteurization test results automatically appear in approximately 3 minutes on the digital display. With one system you can test both cheese and other dairy products made from fluid milk.

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