Microbiology Product Finder : Water

Sector: Water

Test type: Pseudomonas aeruginosa

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Water and Fertilizers: Microbiological Proficiency Testing

BIPEA organizes accredited microbiological proficiency testing schemes in the fields of water and fertilizers. These PT programs are designed to meet the requirements of laboratories that need to check that the accuracy of their sample testing is as good as the results of their routine analysis. More than 10

Pseudalert®

Pseudalert is a liquid culture method that detects the presence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in water samples in 24 hours with no additional confirmation steps. Principle: Pseudalert is based on a bacterial enzyme detection technology that signals the presence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa through the hydrolysis of

MIC-UNV Universal Water Microbe Cocktail

Available exclusively from NSI Lab Solutions, A single pellet to QC all of your quantitative microbiology analyses! Formulated in our unique lyophilized flash dissolve pellet this microbiological standard contains multiple organisms that in aggregate allow the analyst to QC the following water microbiology tests at the following approximate activity levels:

Water Sampling Containers Dosed and Un-Dosed

New and improved water sampling containers for routine microbiological testing of potable [drinking] water samples. 500ml and 1000ml sizes available, dosed or un-dosed with sodium thiosulphate for chlorine neutralisation. Both containers can be used for a range of functions such as sampling within leisure swimming pools, endoscopy rinse waters, renal

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Bio-Rad Laboratories
bioMérieux (Industry)
IDEXX Laboratories Inc
INNOVAPREP
Pall Corporation
Primerdesign Ltd
SY-LAB Geraete GmbH







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