Modulus Metal: Inshell Cracked Hazelnuts Inspection and Testing Service in TURKEY

Modulus Metal Inshell Cracked Hazelnut Inspection Testing Control Service Company in Turkei Turkey

Modulus Metal company offers quality testing services for inshell cracked hazelnuts. The company follows industry standards and recognized testing methods to ensure accurate and reliable results.

The testing procedures include size, cracked percentage, humidity and any additonal testing requirements of our customers.

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Size: The size of the hazelnuts is determined by sieving using standard sieves or by visual inspection. The standard sieves used for this purpose are typically based on the American or European size classification system, and the results are provided in compliance with industry standards.

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Cracked Percentage: The cracked percentage is determined by weighing the cracked and whole hazelnuts and calculating the ratio. The company provides results that comply with customer’s or industry standards.

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Humidity: Humidity is measured using a moisture meter and the results are provided within an acceptable range of humidity for hazelnuts, typically between 5-8%.

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A representative sample of the hazelnuts is taken by selecting a random sample of the hazelnuts following a standardized sampling method such as ISO 2859-1. The sample is large enough to provide a statistically valid representation of the lot.

Modulus Metal also offers sensory testing, which involves a panel of trained testers evaluating the hazelnuts based on a set of established criteria, such as visual appearance, taste, texture, and overall quality.

Alpha toxin testing is not typically required for hazelnuts, as the risk of contamination with this toxin is considered low. However, the company is always ready to test for any potential contaminants, especially if the hazelnuts will be used in a processed food product, to ensure the safety of the product. The alpha toxin testing is peformed according AOAC 991.31 (Bt+ + B2 + G2 ) by Modulus Metal.