Designed specifically for the Food Industry, the Modified Atmosphere Packaging (Map-Pak) food gas analysers measure the content of gas flushed food packaging. The Map-Pak range was developed as quality control devices that have a range of features and can be used with minimal training.
These lightweight portable analysers are easy to use in quality control functions and can be used for all food applications, as well as some applications in the pharmaceutical industry.
Sample measurements and results are achieved within 10 seconds and the operator can modify the various features of the analyser to best suit their requirements. A minimal gas sample is required and three sample volume options are available to suit all packaging types.
A long battery life also ensures continuous operations in busy production schedules. Both versions provide a key analytical solution to cover your food packaging quality control requirements.
Map-Pak O2 which measures the Oxygen content in gas flushed food packages.
Map-Pak Combi which measures the Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide and Nitrogen content in gas flushed food packages (the latter being as a balance gas).
The Map-Pak Combi, which shows the measurements for all three major gases used in food packaging, is the most flexible solution to cater for a wide range of gas mixtures across multiple product lines.
Large LCD Display with backlight
Measurement range of 0.1% – 100%
Measurement results achieved within seconds
Integrated data logging with large measurements capacity
Adjustable alarm feature with pass/fail indicator
Safety holster and cover for the probe and needle
Operator I.D. selectable
Product I.D. selectable
Available in multiple languages
MP Downloader Software is included with every unit
Common food types and their recommended MAP gas mixtures:
Fruit and Vegetables
Meat and Poultry
Fruits & Vegetables
Glove Box Analysis
We can also supply replacement accessories for you Map-Pak including needles, filters, septas and batteries. Service and calibration is available on all AGC Map-Pak analysers.