New Instrument for Bacterial Cultivation Introduced
Aug 11 2017 Read 376 Times
The new Advanced™ Anoxomat III from Advanced Instruments is a valuable instrument for microbiologists for the isolation of bacteria, which is critical to the analysis and identiﬁcation of pathogens. The system can create reliable anaerobic, microaerophilic, or capnophilic environments, within 5 minutes.
Anoxomat’s ability to produce exact and repeatable environmental conditions with low gas consumption means that managers can expect a substantial consumables cost savings of approximately 70% when compared to customers using conventional gas chambers and gas packs. “We find that microbiologists, in both the clinical microbiology and in research labs, want to cultivate anaerobic bacteria in a more cost-effective and efficient way. With its innovative technology, Anoxomat addresses their needs and frustrations. It’s an extraordinary tool for bacterial growth of all types,” said Sinderella Abdallah, Product Manager.
The Anoxomat III has been redesigned with a smaller footprint that meets laboratories’ tight bench space. Its anaerobic jars have been re-engineered to provide easy-to-secure closure and a compact design that maximises incubator space. These improvements and features deliver a new level of operating flexibility.
The Anoxomat III enables laboratories to manage their time effectively and efficiently by minimising false negatives and re-confirming of results. It requires minimum maintenance and downtime so delivery of results is not jeopardised. When gas chambers and gas packs are replaced with the Anoxomat system, a single technician can use just one process protocol for any bacterial cultivation --instead of multiple processes in multiple locations.
The Anoxomat can be found in clinical microbiology, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, dairy, industrial, veterinary, environmental, petrochemical and quality control laboratories, worldwide. Anoxomat is leading the way with cutting edge instrumentation that meets the microbiology laboratory’s critical needs for cost savings and guaranteed bacterial growth.
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