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Product Spotlight: EZ-Product Family for Bioburden Analysis and Microbial Detection in Beverages

Published: Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, April 02, 2013
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Merck Millipore's EZ-product family is designed to facilitate microbiology workflow in quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) laboratories for the beverage industry.

The EZ-product family includes solutions to provide optimal performance and streamline bioburden analysis workflows.  

The EZ-Fluo™ Rapid Detection System is a non-destructive, fluorescent staining-based system for rapid detection and quantification of microbial contamination in filterable samples.  The EZ-Fluo™ system reduces time to result by approximately 2/3 compared to traditional methods.  

Whether for traditional microbial detection or sample prep for the EZ-Fluo™ system, every membrane filtration experiment requires a manifold, a membrane and a vacuum source. The EZ-Fit™ Manifold for universal filtration includes quick-fit connections for assembly and disassembly without tools.  Different filtration heads make the manifold compatible with disposable filtration devices, stainless steel and glass funnels.  

Additionally, the EZ-Pak® Dispenser Curve provides sterile membrane dispensing, in less than 30 seconds, with no-touch operation and quick and easy membrane loading and the EZ-Stream™ Pump eliminates the need for intermediate waste containers; fluid flows directly through the pump to waste.  It is designed for quiet operation, and the vacuum level is compliant with regulatory standards.


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