Knowledge Base Articles

  • Sequential Sampling on MicroBio MB2 Samplers Sequential sampling enables a programmable volume of air to be sampled over an extended period of time. Monitoring for short periods could risk missing potential hazards that may occur during the day. The MicroBio MB2 can now be set up and left to work autonomously sequential sampling up to 10,000 litres over a 24 hour ...
  • Importance of impaction velocity for sampling viable organisms We are often asked ‘how can MicroBio samplers be that good at sampling compared to others costing more than twice as much?’ The simple answer: the impaction velocity of organisms is kept low enough, between 9.8 and 11 metres per second for MicroBio sampling heads, so their viability is not compromised when impacting upon sample plates, but not too slow as to flow ...
  • Online count correction feature Our website includes a free to use online count correction feature. This will enable MicroBio air sampler users to quickly calculate airborne CFU concentrations and positive hole count correction on visible colony growths in a petri dish or contact plate following microbial air sampling. It is suitable for correcting counts obtained from samples taken using the MicroBio MB1, MB2, MB2-RSH and MB2-HiFlow ...

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