first_imgHome Wine Industry Spotlights Global Leader in Analysis Offers Full Range of Wine Analyzers and Reagents…Wine Industry SpotlightsGlobal Leader in Analysis Offers Full Range of Wine Analyzers and Reagents for 2017 HarvestBy Advertorial – August 21, 2017 32 0 Email Linkedin Facebook AdvertisementRandox Food Diagnostics, a global leader in the wine analysis market, announces a comprehensive array of analyzer equipment and chemical reagents available for the 2017 harvest and beyond.Begun as a healthcare diagnostics company in Northern Ireland more than 35 years ago, Randox has continuously reinvested in new product developments and has emerged as a global leader for innovative technology services specialized for the wine industry.“We now have a full range of analyzers and reagents that are of the highest quality and trusted by wineries across the world,” confirms Gary Smith, Randox Food Diagnostics Marketing Manager.Randox has developed three wine analyzers available to the market.RX misanoThe RX misano analyzer offers a comprehensive menu, including 17 tests covering acids, sugars and NOPA testing, among others. No previous laboratory experience is necessary for the user. A key feature of the RX misano is the speed of results; the processes take between 8 – 15 minutes to produce verifiable, trustworthy reports using pre-stored test parameters.RX monacoThe RX monaco, like the RX misano offers a wide test menu; however, it is capable of a higher throughput of 170 tests per hour. This makes it the ideal automated analyzer for larger wineries who run frequent, routine tests. The RX monaco is also easy to use and comes with exceptional technical support and training to ensure maximum efficiency.RX modenaThe RX modena is a fully automated clinical chemistry analyzer. Like the RX misano and RX monaco it offers an unparalleled ease of use, employing windows based software on an interactive touch screen. The RX modena also offers flexibility with 13 wavelengths and a high throughput with 1,200 tests per hour.Smith reports that Randox has a complete array of reagents available to complement the ability of the analyzers and facilitate ease of use for the entire winemaking team.“Our reagent range has been created to offer users the full profile of tests on one analyzer,” Smith attests. “For the wine industry, we aim to have all the tests they would need on one system, wherever possible, with minimal manual preparation. Our reagents offer the user accuracy and quality so they can trust the results they get each time.”Smith says the ease of use and versatility of the Randox analyzers and reagents are unrivaled in the wine analysis marketplace.“Our analyzers are designed to walk users through the process by using on screen prompts and stopping the user from proceeding if something isn’t set up correctly,” confirms Smith. “Our reagents are validated across a wide range of analyzers currently being used by the industry today and our analyzers have validated methods for reagents from various suppliers.”“We have put our customers first and made sure they have access to our products and others that they enjoy using by ensuring the versatility of the Randox line.”Randox is currently offering customers a five percent discount on all analyzers and reagents. Orders placed now will be installed in time for the 2017 harvest season.For more information go to: www.randoxfood.com.SEND ME INFOAdvertisement Twitter TAGSfeaturedRandox Food DiagnosticsRX misanoRX modenaRX monacoRX seriesWine Analysis ReddIt Pinterest Share Previous articleAfternoon Brief, August 18Next articleWine Market Council’s 2017 Rosé Wine Consumer Survey Unveils Motivations and Preferences of Consumers Who Drink Rosé Advertoriallast_img read more

first_img Previous ArticleFrance to open frequencies for 5G pilotsNext ArticlePlay lines up Virgin Media Poland purchase AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 17 JAN 2018 Related Steve works across all of Mobile World Live’s channels and played a lead role in the launch and ongoing success of our apps and devices services. He has been a journalist…More Read more LG Electronics is reported to have delayed the launch of its next flagship smartphone after management ordered a revision of the device.It had been expected – although not confirmed – the device would make its debut at Mobile World Congress 2018 in February alongside new flagships from Samsung and Huawei. However, The Investor said the decision was taken to “review the new product from scratch”, citing a company source.It was suggested LG had not been able to find a strong selling point for G7: the device was expected to feature an edge-to-edge screen and front-facing dual camera.Comments made by Jo Seong-jin, CEO of LG Electronics, at CES 2018 earlier this month, indicated the company would release new devices “when it is needed”, rather than sticking with a regular schedule. In addition to a G series launch in the first half of the year, LG typically also launches a V series smartphone in H2, giving it a twice-a-year flagship launch schedule.It was also mooted it may rebrand its high-end phones.Of course, while LG’s flagships have often been well received and, as with the ill-fated G5, innovative, it has been a long time since the company saw any real profitability from the unit. With this in mind, a reduction in spending would seem to make some sense.The Investor said LG’s Mobile unit was “degraded to a vice president-led unit” in 2017. KT makes LG Electronics trade-in move LG plays to next-gen features in latest flagship HomeDevicesNews LG holds off on G7 launchcenter_img Steve Costello Author Qualcomm strikes LG patent deal following spat Devices Tags LGlast_img read more

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first_imgAfter retiring from professional hockey following a few seasons in the East Coast Hockey League and Southern Professional Hockey League, MacLeod, a mechanical engineer, joined the Generals after hearing about the club from a friend.Bentley, playing in the four-team Chinook Hockey League with Stony Plain Eagles, Innisfail Eagles and Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs, won the regular season with a 14-3-0-1 record.The Generals defeated Innisfail 4-3 in a grueling seven-game semi final before knocking off Stony Plain 4-1 to clinch the final and advance to the Allan Cup.”As far as getting the chance to get back to the tournament and capitalizing on all our chances, we did exactly what we had to do,” MacLeod said.”We had four lines contributing every night.”At the Allan Cup, Bentley won its pool going undefeated.The Generals defeated Shelbrook Elks 3-1 in Friday’s semi final before shocking South East Praire in the final.”After we found out we would see South East P rairie again, it was pretty hard to sleep,” MacLeod said.”A lot of nerves ran through me thinking of how we didn’t score a goal against them last year.””When they scored the first goal. A few nerves were running through us. Can we do this? We stick to the game plan. And got a few bounces as did South East Prairie.”MacLeod, who scored twice in the tournament, graduated from Nelson Minor Hockey before playing for Beaver Valley Nitehawks of the KIJHL.He joined Penticton of the BCHL before being traded to Camrose Kodiaks during his final season of junior hockey.MacLeod then spent four years on a NCAA hockey scholarship at Michigan Tech where he earned a degree in mechanical engineering.Nelson Senior Maple Leafs were part of the Western International Hockey League, playing in three Allan Cup Finals in 1965, 1986 and 1987.The WIHL folded in the late 1980s. It took 12 months but Alex MacLeod and the Bentley Generals finally exacted some revenge.A year after the South East Praire defeated the Generals to win the 2015 Allan Cup, Bentley was able to turn the table, defeating the Thunder in their own backyard 4-3 in overtime to win their third Allan Cup — Canadian Men’s Senior AAA Hockey Championship — in franchise history. Bentley won the Allan Cup Championship in 2009 and 2013.”Watching the puck go into the net was almost surreal in overtime,” MacLeod told The Nelson Daily.”It took like 3-4 seconds to realize it was in.””Then shaking their hands and taking the championship from them in their rink was insane,” the son of Allan MacLeod and Deb Naka said.”Probably the best way to win it after losing the heartbreaker last year in Newfoundland. Now all the boys are saying one thing. Defend the title.”The Generals trailed 3-2 in the third period. Ian Schultz tied it up with a powerplay goal with 10:22 remaining. Carter Rigby ended it 15:47 into the extra period with his second goal of the game.”When we tied it up we all knew we could beat them,” MacLeod explained.”It just came down to who wanted it more. Who would take hits to make plays. Who would block shots. Sacrifice their body for the team.”The Allan Cup is the oldest national championship in the country dating back 107 years as the best Senior hockey teams in Canada battled it out for the coveted prize.This is the second season MacLeod has played for the Generals.last_img read more

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first_imgThis weekend sees the final event in the Spring VR series with a special “Luck of the Irish “ themed virtual race. Athletes can choose from seven duathlon distances, four run and four cycle only events. With options for adults and kids to get involved there is fun for all the family with a live prize giving on Monday 25th May on the Castle Triathlon Series Facebook Page. Click Here to View On Saturday afternoon the first of a series of panel interviews will take place live on the Castle Triathlon Facebook Page from 4-5pm featuring Castle Triathlon’s Brian Adcock, Philip Hatzis Head Coach Tri Training Harder, Joanne Flanagan Irish Aquabike Champion and Stephen Donnelly, Lough Cutra Gauntlet Champion 2019. The panel will be moderated by Joanne Murphy of Tri Talking Sport. Be sure to tune in to the live show for insight, inspiration and a chance to win some great prizes, and don’t forget to join the Virtual Challenge this weekend.  Sign up here and support the Castle Triathlon Series’ chosen charity MacMillan Cancer Support.  Register now on the link HERE and bring the luck of the Irish to your racing fun this weekend.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Lough Cutra Castle Triathlon was supposed to take place this weekend kickstarting the 2020 open water triathlon season in Galway, but like so many other events in Ireland and indeed across the world the event was cancelled due to COVID19.  Quick off the mark to support their athletes and provide a fun, fitness, focus to help motivate and encourage them to keep up their training, Castle Triathlon Series launched their first ever Virtual Race Series taking place over three weekends celebrating athletes across the world whilst linking in with their host nations of the UK, France and Ireland. last_img read more