CompactDry™ SL, 40 unit(s)
Transport temp. ambient temp.
Growth area is 20 cm2. Ø 47 mm.
excl. VAT. | 40 unit(s) per Pack Qty.
Art. No. 4817.1
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Anhydrous nutrient plates for simple microbiological analysis of solutions and dry matter.
- Simple and safe to use
- Safely non-slip stackable
- Easy interpretation due to chromogenic additives and 1 x 1 cm grid
- Storage and transport at room temperature
- With detailed instruction-for-use
- Suitable for the control of foods and feeds, cosmetics and pharmaceutical samples, for hygiene monitoring and contamination control, for schooling and student´s courses
CompactDry™ plates are suitable for detection and enumeration of microorganisms from foods and feeds, cosmetics and pharmaceutical samples, as well as for hygiene monitoring and contamination control in food-producing areas. Due to the chromogenic additives, colonies depict specific colouring, making them easy to interpret.
CompactDry™ plates are easy and safe to handle. Due to storage at room temperature, they may be used even on site. One millilitre of the sample to be analysed is applied onto the sterile plate surface, spreading itself evenly over the plate during rehydration of the medium. Dry sample matter is homogenised and solubilised using the CompactDry™ Dilution Rack (Art. No. 4823.1) prior to plate inoculation.
CompactDry™ SL CompactDry™ for microbiology
The nutrient medium used for CompactDry™ SL plates is deduced from the formulation of Triple Sugar Iron Agar. Salmonellae may easily be identified by the green colouring of the colonies, accompanied by colour shift of the plate to yellow due to alcalization of the medium. Salmonellae producing hydrogen sulphide grow in black colonies on yellow medium.
|Growth surface||20 cm²|
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Available at short notice
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|Appearance nutrient disk||violet|
|Loss on drying||<10,0 %|
|Growth of test strains||complies|