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Complete Kit for Simple Sampling of Red Meat Carcasses

Technical Service Consultants (TSC) Carcass Sampling Sponge Kits are ready-to-use, self contained kits for the environmental sampling of red meat carcasses. The Carcass sampling sponge comes in a sterile kit with no additional preparation required and has been custom made to customer requirements, with the added benefit of alternative media being available on request.

Red Meat Carcass Sampling Sponge Kits are simple to use, reliable and cost effective. They can be used for the recovery of total viable count (TVC) and Enterobacteriaceae (including Salmonellae and E.coli) from the surfaces of beef, pork, lamb and other red meat carcasses. They have been designed according to Food Standard Agency recommendations and comply with EU regulation no. 2073/2005.

The sampling kit consists of a 50cm2 blue cellulose sponge, dosed with 10ml of 0.9% unbuffered saline (sodium chloride), MRD or Buffered Peptone Water. Sampling sponges are available sealed within a sterile bag with or without a mini grip bag for sample transport to the laboratory (TS/15-B:NaCl; TS/15-I:NaCl), in a blue sterile 120ml plastic container(TS/15-A:NaCl) or use EnviroStick (TS/15-U:NaCl),flexible breakpoint handle, ideal for difficult to reach areas.

Benefits include:
  • Carcass Sampling Sponge Kits can be supplied pre-moistened in any solution according to customer's requirements and testing procedure applied.

  • Complete, ready to use sampling kit.

  • Pre-moistened sponge for easy, convenient and enhanced sampling.

  • Individually packed for reliability and convenience.

  • Sterilised by Gamma irradiation to ensure a SAL of at least 10-6.
For further details and a free sample visit: www.tscswabs.co.uk, telephone
+44(0)1706 620600 or email to sales@tscswabs.co.uk .

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Posted on February 3, 2012