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RX Monza starter package for wine, beverage and fermentation industries

4th March 2013


Randox Food Diagnostics are now offering the RX Monza starter package for wine, beverage and fermentation industries. The RX Monza is a compact semi-automated analyser for use in testing wine. It is ideally suited as a point of call for first time testing within the wine and beverage industry. Performing tests is easy and straight forward with simple procedures and on-board step by step instructions, making this high performance analyser suited to any levels of experience or expertise.

The RX Monza is ideally placed as an independent stand-alone bench top analyser with extensive quality control functions and high performance characteristics or as a back-up system in larger wine testing facilities. The starter package offered by Randox Food Diagnostics includes the RX Monza analyser and service kit along with the RX Monza incubator, free test kit of choice, training and installation, pipettes and pipette tips. The starter package was developed to specifically reduce costs and provide a smooth transition for wineries bringing enzymatic testing in-house. Quality has never been more important and having the ability to easily and efficiently test wines throughout the production process is a must. The RX Monza makes that possible and is changing the way winemakers are gathering information and ultimately ensuring the quality of the wines they produce.

Wine kits available from Randox Food Diagnostics include Acetic acid, Ammonia, Copper, Ethanol, Glucose/Fructose, Lactic acid, Malic acid, Iron, Potassium, TAS and Total S02. Wine testing applications are available for use on multiple analysers such as Chemwell, Hitachi, Konelab, Advia, Konelab and Cobas Mira.

For further information on the RX monza starter package or any of our wine testing products, please visit www.randoxfooddiagnostics.com or email enquiries@randoxfooddiagnostics.com




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