9th November 2021 Content supplied by: EIT International
Campden BRI Validates EIT International’s Bactiscan Bacteria Detection Technology
Campden BRI recently assessed EIT international’s Bactiscan instrument within a food industry setting, against two standard UV detection products currently in the market. The study was split into 2 stages. Stage 1 was detection of single-species biofilms of relevant food industry microorganisms; Stage 2 was the detection of biofilms at different stages of development. In conclusion of the report, it stated that: “…the Bactiscan is able to detect biofilms from species typical of pathogens and other target microorganisms present in a multitude of environments from across many industry areas including food.”. Bactiscan is the only bacterial detection scanner in the market that has a Campden BRI validation seal. This seal of validation proves that the technology Bactiscan uses, which is the most advanced in the market, will help reduce contamination, increase workplace safety, increase workflow efficiency, and reduce cost.
The Bactiscan from EIT International uses a unique wave alternating UV system to detect contaminants in your product manufacturing process. This technology allows the identification of contaminants on the surface, allowing the immediate isolation of biofilms, mould, bacteria (salmonella and E.Coli), and many other bacterial contaminants. With more traditional methods of identification such as white light, and standard UV lamps, most of these contaminants were undetectable.
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Date Published: 9th November 2021
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