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Speedy Breedy™ Respirometer Now Available from SLS

Published: Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, November 25, 2013
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Bactest will exhibit Speedy Breedy at the fourth Scientific Laboratory Show and Conference.

Scientific Laboratory Supplies (SLS) has announced its new partnership with Bactest for the Speedy Breedy portable respirometer.

The Speedy Breedy is an easy to use, compact, portable, precision respirometer and detector of microbial activity that has been designed for both industrial applications and research.

Speedy Breedy addresses a core market need: to detect the presence and behaviour of microbes in a variety of sample types and applications, quickly, portably and without the need for expensive equipment and specialist people.

For product safety, Speedy Breedy enables the rapid detection of microbial contamination without the need to send samples to a lab for testing. It can be used in-situ, even on the production floor, and also provides an audit trail of measurements over time.

For microbial research, Speedy Breedy enables researchers to understand microbial behaviour in a compact portable respirometer. Speedy Breedy is a sensitive, precision instrument that when connected to a PC enables users to visualize microbial activity in near real time.

CEO of Bactest, Professor. Annie Brooking says “Speedy Breedy is a clever little device that will change the way microbiologists, researchers and product safety teams work - for good. We are thrilled to have SLS, as our preferred channel partner, market feedback has told us that it is the company of choice for laboratory supplies. This is backed by excellent customer service and a ‘can do’ attitude”.

Martin Sylt, Marketing Manager (SLS) added “Speedy Breedy is a unique product which offers a flexible approach to measuring bacterial contamination in a wide variety of applications. Bactest is the kind of innovative, high quality supplier we like to work with. By seeking out these relationships, our customers receive the most pioneering quality products available.”

Bactest will exhibit Speedy Breedy at the fourth Scientific Laboratory Show and Conference, on Wednesday 14th May 2014, at the East Midlands Conference Centre, University of Nottingham.


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