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Single vent and triple vent petri dish
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What's the difference between a single vent and triple vent petri dish?

Petri dishes are typically made from glass or plastic. They are widely used in microbiology labs to make up agar and media plates for bacterial cell and fungal cultures. We often get asked what is the difference between a single vented and triple vented petri dish and which is best for a certain application. So we have put together this terminology quick guide to help explain the differences. ...
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Dipslides for testing cutting fluid

[caption id="attachment_3396" align="aligncenter" width="300"] cutting fluid[/caption] New HSE guidance has suggested the bacterial contamination of fluids and associated machinery and pipework should be monitored and controlled. specifically this means that cutting fluids should be subject to periodic checks The advice suggest weekly checks Camlab can supply a simple test that takes 4...
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What is Turbidity?

What is Turbidity? Turbidity is a measure of the clarity of water. Water that has a very high turbidity will appear cloudy or opaque while water with very low turbidity will appear clear or translucent. Turbidity is caused by particles such as silt, clay, microorganisms, and organic matter. [caption id="attachment_1353" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Turbidity examples"][/caption] ...
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Biocote antimicrobial coating in stuart products.

Study proves Biocote used in Stuart products silver bullet kills contaminating bugs in the lab A two-month environmental study has shown that silver-based BioCote antimicrobial protection, an integral feature of all Stuart® benchtop laboratory equipment, reduces bacterial contamination of instrument surfaces by over 96 per cent. The study was carried out at the University of Birmingham, in a ...
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