Accurate microbiology results rely on the quality of your culture media preparation and food sample preparation. To streamline your sample enrichment process we offer DiluCult™ gravimetric dilutors. These automated gravimetric dilutor instruments with two integrated pumps are designed to facilitate easy work in a microbiological safety cabinet. The dilutors are compact, occupy less space, and contain a removable drip tray for a mess-free workspace.
Optimize culture media preparation and media dispensing with our new ReadyStream® system to save time and improve capacity.
Our DiluCult™ and DiluCult™ 2 instruments are designed for automatic dilution of food testing samples with the necessary enrichment media to increase workflow efficiency. They can be easily calibrated with a certified weight. This instrument finds its application in pathogen and spoilage testing in the food and beverage industry. Choose your specific dilution factor on the user interface or switch to a dispensing mode for other applications.
DiluCult™ and DiluCult™ 2 automated gravimetric dilutor instruments
For efficient solid food sample preparation, try our enrichment sample homogenizer (ESH) with a security dip tray. ESH is used for automatic homogenization of food enrichment samples with enrichment media. With 2 removable and autoclavable massaging paddles, the ESH is extremely easy to clean. This instrument has a multi-function digital display that serves as the control panel, where variable speed and time can be set. The maximum volume for this instrument is 400 mL. The gap between the window door and the paddles can be adjusted manually to better accommodate your specific sample types.
Enrichment Sample Homogenizer (ESH)
ReadyStream® Media Dispensing Unit
The revolutionary new ReadyStream® system prepares and dispenses up to 100 liters of pre-heated culture media on demand, at your convenience with the push of a button. The system dilutes concentrated media with sterile water as required and dispenses media into your sample bag with minimal user intervention.
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