Flow cytometry is a more accurate and rapid method to determine the level of micro-organisms in water. In this method, a laser is used to count the cells of a water. A fluorescent liquid is used to dye the cells’ DNA in the sample to ensure reliable and accurate detection.
This prevents extraneous particles from being counted as ‘false-positives’ and allows for detailed sample Analysis. Operators can therefore obtain the total microbial cell count (TCC). RMM enables users to accurately assess water quality at any time, ensuring safer and more efficient plant operation.
It is now the time for more accurate and faster processes to determine bacteria levels in water. BWT recommends flow cytometry. Enhance safety and mitigate risks by avoiding inaccurate measurements and increasing testing frequency. Recognize the risk of pathogen growth earlier. Start sanitization in line with requirements. Prove their efficiency instantly afterwards.
Continuously monitor the microbiological quality of pure water.
Fully automatic calculation of Total Organic Carbon (TOC) in pure water.