Managing the Mystery of Ethylene

March 31, 2016 at 12:36 am | Updated March 31, 2016 at 12:36 am | 2 min read

As systems for controlling ethylene production and exposure advance, Felix Instruments – Applied Food Science is right in sync, providing portable, reliable systems for measuring ethylene anytime, anywhere.
Our F-900 Portable Ethylene Analyzer offers high resolution at a low detection limit, down to 40 parts-per-billion. Using patented PolarCept filtering technology, the F-900 provides superior removal of interfering gases from the sample stream. Engineered to meet the needs of researchers and commercial users alike, the F-900 from Felix Instruments takes the mystery out of ethylene measurement.

Interested in learning more about the F-900 Portable Ethylene Analyzer?

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Ethylene Measurement and Management

UC Davis Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops Short Course
Last month Application Scientist, Andrea Melnychenko, had the pleasure of attending the UC Davis Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops Short Course.

The week-long course covered a range of topics including safety factors, harvesting systems, cooling, ethylene, transport, and more. Classes were hands-on and intensive, geared toward research and extension workers, produce quality control personnel, and commercial, government, or academic professionals interested in current advances in the postharvest technology of horticultural crops (source). 

Felix Instruments understands that in order to design tools that meet the needs the Fresh Market Industry we must continually pursue the highest level of education on current produce quality practices, and ally ourselves with important thought-leaders in the postharvest field. We are excited to continue to develop our knowledge of this industry at UC Davis and beyond. 

To learn more about Postharvest Technology workshops and courses at UC Davis, please visit their website

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