Reduce hands-on time and simplify laboratory testing during your analytical process with the Thermo Scientific Gallery Discrete Analyzers. This integrated platform provides two measurement techniques for photometric (colorimetric and enzymatic) and electrochemical (pH and conductivity) analysis, which can be run simultaneously. Parallel determination of multiple analytes from a single sample, as well as the presence of several automated features ensures analytical efficiency. Improve productivity while achieving reproducible results in minutes with the Thermo Scientific Gallery Discrete Analyzer. The discrete analyzers are robust, easy-to-use, and provide parallel measurement of multiple analytes, including those used in photometric and electrochemical analysis. All necessary analysis steps are automated and low detection levels can be achieved.
Automate your Wet Chemical Analysis
The Thermo Scientific Gallery discrete analyzers can automate labor-intensive and time-consuming multiparameter wet chemical analysis.
Combining robust hardware and new intuitive software, these best-in-class solutions deliver fully automated incubation settings, reagent additions and precise measurement calculations—all with a touch of a button. They the smartest and fastest way yet to streamline method development and deliver reliable results for wet chemical analysis.
True Direct Read Discrete Analyzer
Multiparameter Analysis: More filters- Many chemistries
Unique low-cost disposable cuvette design
Parallel pH and conductivity
Long life xenon source lamp
Precise and wide incubation temperature range
Thermo Scientific Gallery discrete analyzers are fully automated, sample oriented random-access analyzers. Many different tests can be run simultaneously from a single sample. Panels of system applications are predefined into the analyzer, e.g., for food, beverage, enzymes, water, environmental and bioprocess quality control and testing. However, new user-specific applications can be defined. Gallery discrete analyzers employs colorimetric end-point and kinetic as well as turbidimetric and bichromatic reactions with or without sample blanking. System supports automated standard addition measurement method for complex sample matrices.
- Continuous access to samples, reagents, and cuvettes without interruption of routine workflow.
- Automatic identification via internal barcode reader.
- Clearly displayed real-time reagent volume and remaining test capacity. Up to four reagent additions per test.
- Automatic sample pre-dilution. Automatic dilution of over-range tests with automatic rerun.
- Combined sample and reagent disk with up to 180 sample positions and reagent disk for 42 reagents.
- Measurements cover a large concentration range with excellent reproducibility
Gallery Discrete Analyzer
Gallery Plus Discrete Analyzer
Gallery Plus Beermaster Discrete Analyzer
|Discrete analyzer||Measurement Method||Rapid, simultaneous colorimetric/photometric,
Enzymatic analysis of multiple analytes for various applications
|Fast, efficient and fully automated colorimetric/photometric analyzer dedicated for beer, malt, and wort quality control and analysis|
|Cuvettes||Discrete disposable cuvettes|
|Performance||Cuvettes Capacity||On board capacity 360 measurement cells|
|Cuvette Cleaning||Disposable Cuvettes; Saves time, Improves throughput, Precision and Accuracy|
|Sample capacity||90 samples||108 samples|
|Reagent capacity||30 positions||42 positions|
|Reagents per Test||up to 4 Reagents addition|
(approx. 67 pH/Conductivity tests/hour)
(approx. 67 pH/Conductivity tests/hour)
(approx. 8 bitterness tests/hour with the BCM)
|Parameters per Sample||up to 20 parameters|
|Samples & Reagents||Sample volume||2 - 120µL
(possibility to extend up to 240µL)
|Reagent volume||2 - 240µL|
|Sample Containers||0.5, 2.0 and 4.0 mL sample cups
5.0, 7.0 or 10.0 mL sample tubes
|Technical Information||ECM Unit||Optional||—|
|Conductivity Range||20 μS/cm—112 mS/cm||—|
|Wavelength Range||340 nm-880 nm||275 nm-880 nm|
|Filter Disc||12 Position|
|Linear Range||0 to 3.5A|
|Source Lamp||Long Life Xenon Lamp|
|Bitterness Test||—||Automated bitterness measurement|
|Measurement Temperature||Adjustable between 25 °C and 60 °C
Default setting at 37 °C
|Auto Analysis||Automated Calibration|
|Auto Dilution of Over range samples|
|Barcode Reader for Samples and Reagents|
|Auto Start up & Shutdown|
|Urgent Samples||Continuous access to samples, reagents, and cuvettes without interrupting the test cycle|
|User Interface||Bi-Directional LIMS|
|Calibration||Factor, bias, linear, logit-log, spline,
polynomial and point-to-point
|QC Check||Real-time QC program with multiple and variable rules.
Control frequency user-definable.
|Out of Limit||Results Flagged|
Discrete analyzer market applications
For brewers, the compounds of interest range—from inorganic ions, organic acids and hop bittering principles that contribute to overall taste and bitterness—to proteins, carbohydrates and alcohols that are monitored to determine the extent of fermentation. Dedicated for beer, malt, and wort analysis, the Gallery Plus Beermaster discrete analyzer automates labor-intensive and time-consuming tests.
Wineries needs a reliable analytical instrumentation for multi-parameter analysis, that enables lab personal without technical or chemistry knowledge to carry out the routine wine analysis. Thermo Scientific Gallery discrete analyzers together with ready to use system reagents makes the overall wine analysis simple, accurate and reliable. The ready to use wine reagents are specifically developed for rapid and cost-effective analysis of juice and wine.
Drinking water safety is clearly a critical priority. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, through the Safe Drinking Water Act, has established national health based standards that address both man-made and naturally occurring contamination. Labs must ensure municipal or industrial wastewater is safe before its discharge into surface waters in accordance with regulations in the U.S. EPA Clean Water Act (CWA). Compliance requires consistent, accurate measurement of water parameters. Our discrete analyzers automate photometric and electrochemical analysis providing fast, reproducible results that allow laboratories to measure multiple analytes simultaneously.
To eliminate corrosion and scaling that can damage valuable industrial components and to ensure regulatory compliance, reliable water analysis must be performed continuously.
Quality attributes of beverage testing by integrated wet chemical analyzer
Achieving product consistency for malt, beer, wine, cider and other beverage analysis requires analysis of multiple parameters using several automated instrumentations and/or bench-top chemistry procedures. This webinar discusses how a integrated discrete analyzer simultaneously automates analysis from a single sample offering fast turnaround, reduced human error, reduced reagent use, and expanded laboratory analytical capabilities.
Analytical guide for routine beverage analysis
It is imperative that beverage producers use the best analytical tools to ensure their products are of the highest and most consistent quality, and their laboratory is running most effectively. This informative eBook covers a diverse range of parameters that influence an equally diverse range of product characteristics such as organic acids, sugars, water, alcohol, metals, enzymes, and other process critical parameters.
How to choose a Discrete Analyzer
Discrete analyzers offer flexibility and ease-of-use, as well as, a unique opportunity to automate time consuming and labor intensive wet chemical analysis. When conducting multiparameter analysis for wine, malt, beer, environmental water, industrial water, and water utilities, the discrete analyzer technology ensures high product quality and throughput, while reducing cost, waste, and hands-on sample time. This discrete analyzer selection guide discusses top 10 features covering, hardware, software, workflow, throughput, application expandability and cost per analysis. Whether you are about buy a new discrete analyzer or looking for consolidated wet chemistry analysis, this selection guide will help with your decision making.
Testing time decreases ten-fold
The Gallery analyzer is much faster than HPLC. If a sample is in before 4 PM, we can provide results the same day. “We need the ability to measure several parameters at once and also be flexible enough to change our mind.”
—Gunter Braun, Viticulture Laboratory Technician, Weinlabor Braun