10 TPC Dipslides (Hygiene Monitoring)
TPC dipslide, plate count agar, total count on both sides. Neutralises disinfectants.
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About TPC Dipslides
Buy 10+ boxes of slides and pay only £8.34 per box.
The TPC Dip slide is a plate count agar slide which supports the growth of common bacteria.
The TPC slide neutralises disinfectants and cleaning agents and therefore helps to monitor hygiene / bacteria in different materials.
This slide has a total plate count on both sides.
Our Dipslides have a flexible plastic paddle with culture media on both sides. They are stored and contained within a transparent, durable chamber which remains air tight.
Please note that there is a minimum order of 10 boxes of dipslides for overseas orders.
Your Dipslides should be stored at a suitable temperature of around 15 degrees C. Dipslides can be kept in higher or lower temperatures if it is a constant temperature that doesn't fluctuate. Dipslides must be stored in cool dry conditions and not in a refrigerator. Great care is taken to ensure your Dipslides reach you in a perfect condition.
Microbiology testing products
Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms; those being unicellular, multicellular, or acellular. We supply laboratory-grade microbiology testing products across Scotland and the UK, including:
What is microbiology?
Microbes influence all living things and contribute to all manner of chemical and physical processes. Because these activities are so diverse, the science of microbiology is multidisciplinary, meaning that it calls on the skills and knowledge of individuals specialising in many different fields of life science, environmental science, and engineering.
Microbiology came from, and continues to profit from, several previously independent scientific and medical disciplines, including bacteriology, virology, public health science, clinical microbiology, immunology, parasitology, vaccinology, and a host of other areas of inquiry.
Microbiologists work in basic and applied research, clinical settings, manufacturing of food and other goods, public health, environmental protection, and other domains. Microbiology testing products including dipslides and incubators help to monitor microbial activity to ensure safety. Dipslides are commonly relied upon to test for levels of aerobic bacteria. As their name suggests, they are dipped into a sample and then incubated for approximately 48 hours. If bacteria is present it will grow and form colonies. Comparing the dipslide with the chart provided will reveal the levels of bacteria present.
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Our laboratory-grade dipslides and incubators are provided ready for your experiments. Take a look at our huge range of microbiology testing products, or contact us to discuss your requirements.