Want to Accelerate Your Workflow in the Microbiology Laboratory?
Synbiosis is proud to announce it will be showing its innovative range of time-saving equipment for microbiology applications on Stand 140 at ARABLAB 2017 on March 20th-23rd. The systems on display are guaranteed to improve productivity and accuracy of sample preparation and colony counting tasks.
For microbiologists needing to accurately generate 1 to 1/100 sample dilutions, Synbiosis is proudly displaying its ProDilute, next generation, precise gravimetric diluter. To blend samples the ProBlend, a quiet, safe, easy-clean blender, which is fully compatible with the ProDilute is going to be live on stand. Using this great diluter and blender combination, assures precise, rapid processing of food, environmental and clinical samples every time.
To further increase productivity, Synbiosis experts will be showing the Protos 3, developed for easy set-up and rapid colony counting. The other incredible capability of the Protos 3 is identifying microbial species by their colour on chromogenic plates and is one of the world’s only commercial colony counters to have this unique feature. The system provides accurate, objective, traceable GLP compliant results, making Protos 3 a great time saver and must-see product at ArabLab this year.
For dedicated colony counting, then aCOLyte 3 HD and aCOLade 2 are the systems to look at on the Synbiosis stand. Featuring high-resolution imaging and simple-to-use software, the aCOLyte 3 HD is an ideal choice for walk-away counting of colonies on pour and spiral plates. The aCOLade 2 manual colony counter with an illuminated pressure sensitive plate and large LED counting display is also on show and will suit any budget-conscious microbiologist.
“Busy microbiology labs often need great equipment to help increase throughput and improve their results.” comments Kate George, Senior Divisional Manager at Synbiosis, “We are delighted to be showcasing our latest product range on Stand 140 at ARABLAB this year, and we’re looking forward to explaining how their incredible performance will improve accuracy and increase productivity of microbial testing.”