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  • sample analysis Certified Sterile Available pre-charged with a sodium thiosulfate (Na2S2O3) tablet for sample de-chlorination, or without a tablet for un-chlorinated water sources 100mL fill line Includes: Bottles assembled with caps Recommended for: Coliform Bacteria sample

  • bottles. Connect the bottles to the instrument's pressure sensors, select a measurement range, and incubate. User calibration of the instrument is not necessary. Faster than Dilution Method Constant stirring in the bottles supplies additional oxygen to the sample and provides bacteria

  • Hach Paddle Testers allow fast, easy screening of water samples, solid surfaces, and nonviscous liquids where unsanitary conditions may exist. The paddle is a double-sided slide attached to the vial cap. Each side of the slide is used to perform a separate test. The slide has a molded-in grid for…

  • …filters to increase the binding of proteins. Polyethyleneimine can also complex heavy metal ions. An effective permeabilizer of gram negative bacteria. Crosslinked polyethyleneimine is used as an enzyme carrier. Polyethyleneimine cellulose in small columns will separate cyclic nucleotides from…

  • …is recommended for use with plates, trays and 100ml samples in testing for heterotrophic bacteria including coliform, enterococci, and pseudomonas aeruginosa. The 0.34 cubic foot (9.62l) unit can hold twelve 120mL bottles or eight 250ml bottles or multiple trays and plates. Boekel incubators are…

  • …coliforms. The P-A analysis of drinking water for total coliforms can entail 100 ml of sample added to 50 ml of triple strength Coliform P-A Broth (M1051) in 250 ml bottles. Bottles containing aliquots of the water sample to be tested are incubated and the results observed. A distinct yellow colour…

  • Bile Broth Base


    …separated serum is removed and 15 ml of 0.5% Bile Broth Base with Streptokinase 100 units/ml is added to each bottle. The streptokinase causes rapid clot lysis with release of bacteria trapped in the clot (2). Peptic digest of animal tissue serves important sources of nitrogen .Sodium…

  • …and Fluid D contain peptic digest of animal tissue, which provides a source of nitrogen for bacteria. Fluid A and Fluid D are provided as prepared, ready-to-use diluents in a variety of bottle sizes and closures. Consult appropriate references for detailed information and recommended procedures.…

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