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Quench-Gone™ Aqueous Kits for Risk Analysis and Routine Surveillance of Water Systems


Use of Quench-Gone™ Aqueous Kits as a tool to set up Risk Analysis and Routine Surveillance Programs for Sanitary Water and Cooling Tower Systems in Hospitals, Spa.

Assessment of sanitary risks in the various water networks requires measurement of bacterial contamination. Quench-Gone™ Aqueous test kits provide a fast, reliable, and precise means of measuring the total biomass present in any water sample.

Feedback is obtained in only five minutes, allowing the identification of critical control points within the installation and the ability to quickly establish and assess the effectiveness of corrective treatments.

This new tool for measurement of active biomass through bioluminescence allows fast follow-up and instantaneous control to fix on one side, effective dosing and the efficiency of a treatment at an installation and, on the other side, to be successful in disinfecting any water network.

Quench-Gone Aqueous test kits are a new generation of ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) measurement, allowing the accurate quantification of intracellular ATP contained within the biomass (in pg/mL).

Quench-Gone ATP monitoring

You can download the two recent case studies, performed at :

1. Paris Cancer Institute
Localised contamination in a cold water system

2. Versailles Hospital
Assessment of biological contamination throughout the hospital water network

Click here to download complete Application Note.pdf about Water Testing with recent case studies for Quench-Gone

For more information on Quench-Gone™ Aqueous Kits please contact Aquatools using the contact details at the top of this page.

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Posted: July 9, 2007
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