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21st October 2022 Content supplied by: INTERSCIENCE
New dataLink pro: Labelling on the Edge of the Petri Dish
The lid of the dish is lifted very slightly so that the label is applied. Depending on the information on the label and the analysis, Colony counting settings are automatic. Traceability is ensured and there is a significant time saving for the laboratory workers.
Your data on the edge of the Petri dish
The label allows the transmission, printing and traceability of the sample data. There are three label formats: sample number, barcode, datamatrix.
Automatic colony counting made easy
All plating data is transmitted to the automatic counter or incubation and counting station. Incubation and counting parameters are set automatically.
The label on the edge makes it easy to read the dishes. Results are saved and exported automatically. The dataLink pro pack is part of the Plate & Count system which includes all the steps of bacterial analysis: dilution, plating, incubation and colony counting. With 50 possible combinations, it is the optimal solution for your microbiological analyses when you are looking for efficiency, repeatability and traceability.
Sylvie Viboud, Ph. D., Microbiologist, INTERSCIENCE Microbiology Lab, says:
“Sticking labels on large series of Petri dishes has always been tedious and could, depending where on the plate, false the automatic counting of colonies. We wanted a semi-automated system that would save time and provide a global traceability system. The dataLink pro pack reduces tedious handling in the laboratory and ensures the transmission of information between the automatons, which makes the work more fluid and safer."
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Date Published: 21st October 2022
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