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#SupplierShowcase - Sartorius
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#SupplierShowcase - Sartorius

For over 140 years Sartorius has utilised the latest scientific expertise to manufacture innovative products. As a leading international pharmaceutical and laboratory equipment supplier Sartorius' products help customers implement complex laboratory processes reliably and economically. They specialise in high-grade consumables, filtration, balances, pipettes and water purification systems. Their products minimise human error, simplify workflows and reduce physical workloads.

Some of the products:

Biosart 100 Monitors  - These have been specifically designed for the detection and enumeration of microorganisms in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, food, beverages, water and other liquids. These sterile disposables with an incorporated membrane filter and cellulose pad are ready to use. After filtration, just remove the 100 ml funnel to convert the Monitor into a petri dish eliminating the need for membrane manipulation.

E.Coli and Coliform Ampouled Broth (Laurel Sulphate) - Ampouled Media (c.2ml) for use in the testing of Coliforms and E. Coli in filtered water samples at either 44 degrees (Thermotolerant) and 37 degrees (total). Pack of 50.

Membrane Filters - Single packed or dispenser-ready sterile membranes can be used for colony counting, particle testing, microscopy and sterility testing. The membrane filters are made of cellulose nitrate (cellulose mixed ester), cellulose acetate or regenerated cellulose. Choose between gridded or non-gridded single packed sterile membranes, either with or without hydrophobic edge.

Please get in touch for pricing and availability.

Author: DelAgua

Publish Date: 03.12.2018

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