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KEY CAPABILITIES

Research labs worldwide rely on zNose® to analyze the odor from living organisms  for its advanced and substantial capabilities. Let’s take quick peek into some of them:

Gives complete chemical profile of vegetative odors
Gives complete chemical profile of vegetative odors
Sensitive to odor of organisms
Sensitive to odor of organisms
Provides-Olfactory-Images
Provides Olfactory Images
Possesses tunable specificity
Possesses tunable specificity
Possesses pictogram sensitivity
Possesses pictogram sensitivity
Wireless Portable system
Wireless Portable system

HOW zNose® WORKS?

zNose®’s working procedure is not very complex. It uses a simple 2-step process that quantifies any type of odor within a minute.

OUR LIFE SCIENCE SOLUTION

zNose® perceives the odors of all types of organisms. It detects the presence of microbial volatile organic compounds and helps in keeping a check on food quality and ripeness.
  • Bacteria and Molds

    Bacteria and Molds

    zNose® using its utilitarian features, quantitatively judge the quality of crops by identifying the growth of bacteria or mold in them. This electronic sniffer proficiently: ...

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  • Animals

    Animals

    zNose® gives complete chemical profile of the animal odors with accur...

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  • Plants

    Plants

    zNose® with its advanced technology renders help to detect harmful em...

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