Newest addition to Hygiena line of rapid microorganism tests

InSite Salmonella test from MicrosepThe InSite Salmonella is a rapid and convenient colorimetric Salmonella species test for environmental surfaces.  InSite Salmonella is a self-contained, ready-to-use swab test which contains a specialised liquid medium which changes colour when Salmonella species are present in the sample.

A colour change from purple to bright yellow indicates presence, with positive results in as early as 24 hours from sample collection. The all-in-one test device eliminates the need for sample preparation materials, saving material and labour costs.  InSite Salmonella’s convenient design eliminates the need for any special preparation, measurement, or enrichment outside the test device, simplifying the assay so any level user can successfully run the test, virtually eliminating the possibility of operator error.

InSite Salmonella meets the needs of food processors for a rapid, convenient and affordable environmental pathogen screening test kit. InSite Salmonella joins Hygiena’s line of rapid microorganism tests, including those for Total Viable Count, Listeria species, Enterobacteriaceae, Coliform, and E.coli.

Other products from Hygiena include the world’s best-selling ATP monitoring systems and convenient allergen prevention test kits. Hygiena’s  rapid  hygiene  monitoring  systems  help  improve  food  and  beverage  quality, increase shelf-life by eliminating cross-contamination, reduce the risk of costly recalls, identify over-usage of cleaning chemicals, save time by providing immediate feedback so proactive steps can be taken, and decrease the number of plate counts and traditional tests.

Microsep (Pty) Ltd

Frances Renwick

Tel: (011) 553 2300

Fax: (011) 553 2400

[email protected]

www.microsep.co.za



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