Cooking Oil Test
Oleo tests are a type of test used to measure the oil content in a substance. These tests are commonly used in the oil and gas industry, as well as in other industries that use or produce oil-based products. The test is typically performed on a sample of the substance in question, and the results can be used to determine the purity or quality of the sample.
- Oleo tests can provide accurate and precise measurements of oil content in a substance.
- They are non-destructive and do not damage the sample being tested.
- Oleo tests are relatively quick and easy to perform, making them suitable for use in a variety of industries.
Usage of Oleo Test
Oleo tests are a valuable tool for measuring the oil content in a substance. The tests are accurate, non-destructive, quick, and easy to perform, making them suitable for use in a variety of industries such as oil and gas, food, and pharmaceutical. With the accurate data provided by Oleo tests, industries can ensure that their products meet industry standards and are safe for consumption or use.
The easiest to use and most flexible oil test available. Get results in 2 minutes for several types of oil; including sunflower, corn, peanut, palm, coconut and rice bran oil. Simple to read 5-level colorimetric tests that are easy to carry and store. Measures total polar components.
Frying Oil Risk
During the frying process, the fat/oil is exposed to atmospheric oxygen and moisture at high temperatures for a long time. As a result, many chemical reactions take place during frying fat, producing a number of harmful compounds that can increase the risk of several health problems, such as lung or stomach cancer.
Measures Total Polar Compounds
Deep frying foods produces chemical reactions such as hydrolysis, oxidation, and polymerization, which changes the chemical composition of frying oils and release free fatty acids and free radicals that combine into polar compounds containing monoglycerides, diglycerides, and polymeric triglycerides. OleoTest detects these polar compounds, helping you to know when to replace your frying oil.
OleoTest is innovative because of its accuracy, simplicity of use and also because the results remain stable for several months, allowing the test itself to be kept as a registry in the scope of HACCP or food safety systems. The quality control of the tests is continuously verified by independent entities.