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Hach m-ColiBlue24 Economy Kit

Hach m-ColiBlue24 Economy Kit

Description

The Hach m-ColiBlue24 Economy Kit tests for E. coli and coliforms in drinking water, and beverages. It can differentiate colonies easily throughout testing and potentially minimize the growth of bacteria.

Features

  • Results are available for reading in twenty four hours
  • Can work properly without special equipment or an ultraviolet lamp
  • Can be used to conduct emergency testing or routine monitoring
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The Hach m-ColiBlue24 Economy Kit is useful in testing water for bacteria, especially E. coli and coliforms. It can be used to monitor well water, drinking water. and water that has been chemically processed. It has many features, including color coding between E. coli and coliforms, and giving optimal recovery to injured organisms.

With ready-to-use m-ColiBlue24 Broth, you can:
  • Read and confirm results in 24 hours
  • Enumerate total coliforms and E. coli on one petri dish
  • Conduct emergency testing and routine monitoring
  • Get superior sensitivity - 1 CFU/100mL
  • Differentiate colonies easily - red and blue indicate total coliforms and blue specifies E. coli
  • Get optimal recovery of stressed and injured organisms
  • Minimize background growth of non-coliform bacteria
  • Eliminate special equipment and ultraviolet lamp
What's Included:
  • (200) 0.45 m PALL Metricel GN-6 Membranes
  • (200) 50 mm PALL petri dishes with nutrient pads
  • (200) m-ColiBlue24 glass ampules
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hach m-ColiBlue24 Economy Kit 2779200 m-ColiBlue24 Economy Kit, 200 tests
$688.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hach m-ColiBlue24 Economy Kit Glass Ampules 2779201 m-ColiBlue24 glass ampules for Economy Kit, 200 tests
$488.00
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Hach m-ColiBlue24 Economy Kit Glass Ampules 2779202 m-ColiBlue24 glass ampules for Economy Kit, 1000 tests Usually ships in 3-5 days

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