Aquagenx Introduces New, Slimmer Version of Its Compartment Bag Test Kit for E. coli Bacteria

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Aquagenx, a supplier of inventive microbiological water quality testing items that identify potential wellbeing dangers, has discharged another adaptation of its Compartment Pack Test (CBT) called the CBT II Unit. The CBT II Pack is the most compact water quality test for E. coli microbes accessible for quantitative on location testing in low asset, remote and fiasco settings. It is intended for anybody to use with small preparing regardless of where they are found.

The CBT II Unit incorporates 50 water quality tests for E. coli microbes. Unit segments include: 50 Aquagenx compartment sacks; 50 chromogenic E. coli test buds; 50 100 mL Spin Pak Thio Packs for test accumulation; and a plastic seal cut.

Ideal for pressing and going in rustic, remote and low asset areas, supplies from the CBT II Pack are effortlessly and minimalistically reserved in field units and knapsacks. On account of its littler volume, the CBT II Unit additionally decreases shipping costs for clients.

Both Aquagenx items, the CBT I Unit and CBT II Pack, identify and measure the Most Likely Number (MPN) of E. coli microorganisms in a 100 mL water test as indicated by World Wellbeing Association suggestions for water quality testing. Improved for on location testing in-the-field, CBT Packs are reasonable for across the board use in the creating scene and low asset and hazardous situations.

\”We listened to client criticism about water quality testing in-the-field, and joined that input into the new CBT II Pack,\” says Lisa Hirsh at Aquagenx. \”Clients require a water quality test unit that packs and stores for all intents and purposes level, and gives more noteworthy accommodation to water quality testing in remote and catastrophe areas. The CBT II Pack satisfies these necessities and is helpful for vast scale testing programs.\”

Proceeds Hirsh, \”Clients additionally let us know it is more financially savvy for them to source fluid dye locally for test sterilization, so we expelled chlorine tablets from the CBT II Pack. Aquagenx is extremely receptive to our clients and we\’re eager to tackle some of their issues with the CBT II Unit.\”

Aquagenx microbiological water quality test packs give real points of interest over other compact water quality tests and evacuate all boundaries to water quality testing where it was beforehand excessively troublesome, unfeasible and exorbitant. CBT Units are without lab, power free and cool sans chain. The Aquagenx chromogenic E. coli development medium works at variable temperatures and does not require steady temperature control in an electric hatchery. No additional, unwieldy gear is required for the CBT. Anybody can open CBT Pack boxes and run tests regardless of who or were they are.

The CBT was perceived by the U.S. Water Association as a Commendable U.S. Water Innovation, got a USAID Pioneers Prize Fair Say and a Dispatch Water Advancement Prize. The test was additionally included in the USAID 2013 Advancements Index.

For more data about Aquagenx items, contact or call 1+919-590-0343.

About Aquagenx:

Aquagenx gives creative water quality testing items that distinguish potential wellbeing dangers, and dispense with waterborne sicknesses and the a large number of yearly passings brought about by water debased by fecal microorganisms.

The Compartment Sack Test (CBT) was created by Dr. Stamp D. Sobsey at the College of North Carolina Gillings School of Worldwide General Wellbeing. Aquagenx is the turn off organization out of the College of North Carolina to popularize the CBT.

The CBT has flexible applications in low asset and calamity settings for water quality testing by people in creating nations, government offices, the military, NGOs, philanthropic reaction associations, water utilities and debacle/crisis responders. The test is additionally powerful for farming and recreational waters and private wells.

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