IDEXX Colilert-18/Quanti-Tray Test Becomes the New ISO Standard 9308-2:2012

IDEXX Colilert-18/Quanti-Tray Test Becomes the New ISO Standard 9308-2:2012

Microbiology / Agricultural Sciences / Nutrition & Food Sciences / Agro-Foo...

August 01, 2013

IDEXX announces that its Colilert®-18/Quanti-Tray® test becomes the new International Organization for Standardization (ISO) worldwide standard for detecting total coliforms and E. coli in water. The Organization has withdrawn ISO 9308-2:1990, which follows the multiple tube (most probable number) method, and replaced it with ISO 9308-2:2012 using the Colilert-18/Quanti-Tray method.

 

This change is the result of a standard revision process that has taken place over the past three years. The ISO revision process is led by an international committee comprised of scientific, industrial and business sector experts who regularly review current ISO methods and make recommendations for updates and improvements.

 

ISO 9308-2:2012, based on Colilert-18/Quanti-Tray, is the first ISO standard to use the new ISO definition of coliforms/E. coli (expression of β-galactosidase and β-glucuronidase). It is also the first ISO standard to have been validated using ISO/TR 13843 guidance on validation of microbiological methods.

 

IDEXX Colilert-18/Quanti-Tray has been extensively validated to detect total coliforms and E. coli in water with quantified results in as few as 18 hours, and with no further confirmation of results required. Combining a simplified testing process with innovative IDEXX technology, the Colilert-18/Quanti-Tray method delivers accurate results that allow laboratories to make confident health and safety decisions more quickly than traditional methods.

Cubis®High-Capacity Micro Balances: Weigh Minimum Amounts of Sample Directly into Heavy Flasks

Cubis®High-Capacity Micro Balances: Weigh Minimum Amounts of Sample Directly into Heavy Flasks

Microbiology / Agricultural Sciences / Nutrition &...

With a unique resolution of up to 60 million divisions and a readability of 1 μg, the new high-capacity Cubis® MSA66S micro-analytical balances feature a maximum capacity of 61 g.
Based on this high weighing capacity, you will no longer need to transfer samples and can weigh minimum amounts directly into relatively heavy containers, such as long-necked flasks or HPLC bottles, saving an extra step in your procedure, ensuring that you can use 100% of your sample.

 

 

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