Dedicated for beer, malt, and wort analysis, the Thermo Scientific Gallery Plus Beermaster Discrete Analyzer automates labor-intensive and time-consuming bitterness quality control tests. Using discrete cell technology, the analyzer simultaneously automates the determination of many analytes including beta-glucan, FAN, and SO2 from the same sample. This enables fast turnaround and expansion of your laboratory’s analytical capabilities. The Bitterness Column Module (BCM) in the Gallery Plus Beermaster Discrete Analyzer enables unique automated pretreatment and measurement for bitterness. The discrete analyzer can accommodate 180 samples and 42 reagents in its separated sample and reagent disks, with the capacity to perform up to 350 tests/hour, and approximately 8 bitterness tests/hour with the BCM.

Automated bitterness testing

The Bitterness unit (BCM), an integrated coated capillary column within the Gallery Plus Beermaster discrete analyzer, includes unique automated pretreatment and measurement for bitterness. The traditional manual test for bitterness is slow and laborious, and uses liquid-liquid extraction with isooctane, which must be disposed of properly. The system’s bitterness module, on the other hand, uses ‘green’ solid-phase extraction ahead of a fully-automated testing protocol. During the automated process, the beer bittering substances are first extracted from interfering compounds present in the sample matrix, and then measured at 275 nm approximately eight bitterness tests per hour. With the BCM in use, the Gallery Plus Beermaster discrete analyzer can accommodate 72 samples. Your lab will increase efficiency in beer, malt, and wort quality control while saving significant time in sample pretreatment and analysis—ultimately improving lab productivity.

 

Key features

Unique disposable Decacell

Unique disposable Decacell

  • The low cost, disposable Decacell cuvettes used are 10 independent reaction cells mounted together for true discrete analysis 
  • No need for washing- Improves throughput 
  • No carry over – improves result reliability 
  • Reduced sample and reagent consumption: 2–240 μL 
  • Lowest waste generation and disposal cost 
  • Reduced cost per analysis
High throughput analyzer

High throughput analyzer

  • True direct read discrete analyzer 
  • Increased throughput with a sample capacity of up to 350 tests/hour
  • Optional ECM unit for parallel pH and conductivity measurement 
  • 12 filter positions - covering wide spectral range from 340 to 880 nm 
  • Up to 20 different chemical parameters per sample 
  • Measurements cover a large concentration range with excellent reproducibility - Sensitivity to the ppb level 
Versatile and ease of use

Versatile and ease of use

  • Pre-defined ready to use methods 
  • More than 50 ready to use enzymatic and colorimetric reagents 
  • Automated calibration from single stock standard 
  • Automatic dilution of over range samples 
  • Wide incubation temperature range from 25 °C to 60 °C
  • User-specific applications can be developed to meet individual testing needs
User interface and Data Management

User interface and data management

  • Workflow based operation— suitable for all users’ levels 
  • LIMS connectivity
  • User administration 
  • Traceability - Built-in barcode readers for samples and reagents 
  • Real-time QC program with multiple, user-definable Westgard rules 
  • QC charts - Out-of-specification control results flagged 
  • Instrument validation using IQ Kit 
Low Cost of Ownership

Low cost of ownership

  • Xenon source lamp – Savings over lifetime of the instrument 
  • Ready to use Gallery system reagents eliminate time-consuming reagent preparation, freeing operators for other tasks
  • Unique low volume cuvette design for less reagent waste and potentially lowering operation costs
  • Contamination-free analysis using disposable cuvettes. 
  • Accommodates a variety of sample cups and primary tubes

Benefits

Anyone can perform the required wet chemical analyses regardless of their chemistry background. Gallery discrete analyzers are easy to use and maintain, the workflow-based operation is suitable for all users’ levels.

Reduce the risk of rerunning samples due to carry over effect with true discrete measurement and disposable cuvettes. Thermo Scientific system reagents are ready to go, saving the technician’s time and reduces preparation errors, ensuring confidence in the quality of results.

Thermo Scientific Gallery and Gallery Plus discrete analyzers are easy to use, automated systems that allow laboratories to simplify their testing with the dual benefits of time and cost savings. Because the instruments operate without manual intervention, you can enjoy walkaway productivity and focus on more strategic tasks.

The unique low volume cuvette design guarantees smallest reagent consumption, 2-240 µL, minimizes reagent waste, and as a result reduces reagent costs. Optimized reagent kit sizes and on-board stability further minimize the amount of waste produced and increase cost efficiency.

Fully automated, rapid, random access multiparameter analyzer can perform up to 350 photometric tests per hour and up to 67, parallel, pH and conductivity measurements with optional ECM unit. Parallel determination of several analytes from a single sample as well as the presence of several automated features ensures analytical efficiency.

Anyone can perform the required wet chemical analyses regardless of their chemistry background. Gallery discrete analyzers are easy to use and maintain, the workflow-based operation is suitable for all users’ levels.

Reduce the risk of rerunning samples due to carry over effect with true discrete measurement and disposable cuvettes. Thermo Scientific system reagents are ready to go, saving the technician’s time and reduces preparation errors, ensuring confidence in the quality of results.

Thermo Scientific Gallery and Gallery Plus discrete analyzers are easy to use, automated systems that allow laboratories to simplify their testing with the dual benefits of time and cost savings. Because the instruments operate without manual intervention, you can enjoy walkaway productivity and focus on more strategic tasks.

The unique low volume cuvette design guarantees smallest reagent consumption, 2-240 µL, minimizes reagent waste, and as a result reduces reagent costs. Optimized reagent kit sizes and on-board stability further minimize the amount of waste produced and increase cost efficiency.

Fully automated, rapid, random access multiparameter analyzer can perform up to 350 photometric tests per hour and up to 67, parallel, pH and conductivity measurements with optional ECM unit. Parallel determination of several analytes from a single sample as well as the presence of several automated features ensures analytical efficiency.

Specifications

Thermo Scientific Gallery Plus Beermaster 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 malt, beer, barley, enzymes, feed water and environmental 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
  • Automated processes allow beer bittering substances to be extracted from interfering compounds found in the sample matrix prior to photometric analysis at 275nm
  • System reagents eliminate time-consuming reagent preparation, freeing operators for other tasks
  • Unique low volume cuvette design for less reagent waster and potentially lower operation costs
  • Measurements cover a large concentration range with excellent reproducibility

Gallery Plus Beermaster Discrete Analyzer with BCM Unit

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Discrete analyzer Measurement method 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
Cross contamination Nil
Sample capacity 108 samples
Reagent capacity 42 positions
Reagents per test Up to 4 reagents addition
Tests/hour 350 tests/hour (approx. 8 bitterness tests/hour with the BCM)
Parameters per sample Up to 20 parameters
Samples & reagents Sample volume 2–120 μL (possibility to extend up to 240 μL)
Reagent volume 2–240 μL
Sample containers 0.5, 2.0 and 4.0 mL sample cups 5.0, 7.0 or 10.0 mL sample tubes
Technical information pH range
Conductivity range
Wavelength range 275, 340–880 nm
Filter disc 12 position
Linear range 0 to 3.5A
Resolution 0.001A
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, 2nd order and point-to-point
QC check Real-time QC program with multiple and variable rules; Control frequency user-definable
Out of limit Results flagged
Hardware Dimension 94 cm W × 70 cm D × 62 cm H (closed) 94 cm W × 70 cm D × 130 cm H (open)
Weight 110 kg (242 lbs)
Part Number* MG9862 2001

Discrete Analyzer Market Applications

Mastering Beer Analysis
 

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.

Simplified Wine Analysis
 

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.

High throughput Environmental Analysis

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.

Resources

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.

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Top five reasons why feed water testing is important to the beer brewing process

Improving the beer brewing process starts with feed water analysis. To achieve the great taste of beer, the water quality must be tested in the various stages of the brewing process with reliable and accurate instruments. The water quality affects the enzyme activity in mash, minerals solubility, taste and quality of beer, and the life of brewing equipment. The top seven feed water chemical parameters that can influence beer quality.

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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.

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Fully integrated multi-parameter analysis

The Gallery discrete analyzer offers capabilities and benefits that are essential for beer, malt and barley testing as part of the brewing and beer production process. The analyzer offers higher throughput with very low reagent and sample consumption, reducing waste and costs. Gallery Beer analyzer’s flexibility and versatility enables laboratories to expand their in-house analytical abilities, ensure quality and consistency, and increase profitability and performance.

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Manuals & protocols  NOPA Standard
Manuals & protocols  pH (colorimetric)
Manuals & protocols  Product Insert: Beta-Glucan (High MW)
Manuals & protocols  Product Insert: Beta-Glucan Standard
Manuals & protocols  SO2 Free
Manuals & protocols  SO2 Total
Manuals & protocols  Total Protein (Biuret)
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Application note  Rapid Determination of High Molecular Weight Beta-Glucan Using a Photometric Method
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Case study  Efficiency and Flexibility in Water Analysis
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Case study  Streamlining the Test Process in a German Beer Production Facility
Case study  User-Friendly Efficiency and Flexibility to the Brewing Process – Using Pure Ingredients and Careful In-Process Control
Infographic  Gallery Discrete Analyzer - Increase Productivity and Profitability in Contract Testing Labs
Smart note  What is Better for Automating Wet Chemical Analysis? Integrated Discrete Analyzer or Flow Analyzers?
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Specification sheet  Gallery Plus Beermaster Discrete, Photometric Analyzer – Fully Automated, Random Access Analyzer for Beer, Malt, and Wort Analysis [EN]
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