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Scharlau The wise choice, Culture Media for Microbiology. Dehydrated and prepared culture media, Scharlab S L offers its media in two different forms dehydrated and prepared The product portfolio also includes dyes in solution reagents. supplements and additives for culture media as well as rapid confirmation tests. The quality of our media Certificate of analysis, Scharlau manufactures its dehydrated Includes pictures in colour of. and prepared culture media according to typical growth. its own quality management system, which is in accordance with ISO. 9001 2000 and also following the re, quirements of a number of validated.
methods standards and microbiological, guidelines ISO AFNOR European Phar. macopoeia USP FDA etc, We confirm on an ongoing basis that the. final product meets the predetermined Shelf life, quality criteria including physical. chemical and biological parameters such The normal shelf life of dehydrated media is 4 years from the date of manufacture. as appearance pH colour recovery rate Stability studies have allowed us to increase shelf life of several media to 5 years. selectivity differentiation and microbial There are some exceptions that due to their formula have a shorter shelf life. load We also follow the specific criteria, for culture media described in different specialised literature ISO standards local. regulations etc Additives and supplements in vials. Furthermore we apply a comprehensive set of criteria tailored to monitor very closely. our production and our quality control processes which include specifications for Scharlau offers supplements in ingenious vi. the most important parameters such as the quality of the water we use air quality als that allow the supplement to be added in a. traceability of raw materials equipment records and training of our staff simple fast and convenient way while reduc. ing the risk of contamination The powdered, supplement is inside the cap of the vial and the.
sterilised diluent is in the vial A light press on. the cap releases the powder into the diluent, Dehydrated culture media After shaking well the supplement is ready to be. added to the sterile culture medium Supplied, We have an extensive range of dehydrated culture me in a strong and resistant box with 10 vials Storage conditions are usually between. dia that is part of the broad portfolio of media Scharlab 2 8 C and in darkness The lifetime of the product ranges between 3 and 4 years. S L manufactures depending on the product, Each bottle of dehydrated culture medium is individually. wrapped to protect it from dust and is accompanied. by a certificate of analysis and guarantee of absence. of the causative agent of bovine spongiform enceph. alopathy in the raw materials of animal origin used in Prepared culture media. its manufacture, Standard sizes we offer are 100 grams and 500 grams 90 mm Petri dishes. but we can also provide our media in drums of 5 kg 10 kg and 25 kg. We are able to manufacture many more formulations than those mentioned in this Manufactured in clean room under laminar flow class. catalogue Please ask for availability of any medium that is not in this catalogue ISO 5 Class 100 The standard presentation is in. units of 5 shrink wrapped plates up to a total of 20. We manufacture tailor made media following the formula proposed by our customers plates per box Also available irradiated and with double. Shelf life 3 months irradiated sterile plates 4, Our Pac o Vac packaging months.
This is an additional outer bag for our dehydrated me 55 mm filtration plates. dia made from air tight transparent plastic material and. packed under vacuum Our Pac o Vac offers protec 55 mm plates prepared with a solid medium to be used. tion of the product against moisture dust particles and in the membrane filtration technique Commonly used in. microorganisms and prevents the alteration of the the study of the pollution of water and liquids in general. physical and organoleptic properties of the product Manufactured in clean room under laminar flow class. This ensures that our products do not alter their prop ISO 5 Class 100. erties during prolonged storage even in unfavourable These plates come in a blister pack of 6 plates each This. climate conditions way plates can be individually compartmentalized Each. box comes packed with 5 blisters making a total of 30 plates Finally each blister. comes wrapped in a cellophane bag, Shelf life 6 months. www scharlau com, 4 export scharlau com, Scharlau The wise choice. Culture Media for Microbiology, Dehydrated and prepared culture media. Prepared culture media continued, Contact plates Broths and diluents in bags FlexiBags. Plates for control tests on surfaces Manufactured in a. clean room under laminar flow class ISO 5 Class 100. These plates come in a blister pack of 6 plates each. In this way each plate can be individually compartmen. talized Each box contains a total of 5 blister packs with. a total of 30 plates Finally each blister pack comes. wrapped in a cellophane bag Double or triple packag. ing is possible This is a packaging designed for laboratories in microbiological food control with. Shelf life 6 months All plates in this presentation are irradiated as long as the a large number of samples. nature of the media allows so Its most outstanding advantages are. Product is ready for use, Agars in flasks Cost efficient.
Agars in flasks to be re melted with no loss of nutritional Generates less waste. capacity or changes in pH They come with a new metal. lic cap suitable for microwave re melting Dosage The desired volume of sterile medium is dispensed by means of com. Available in volumes of 100 ml and 200 ml in boxes mercially available gravimetric dilutors. of 10 units Removable label for easy data transfer Connection By means of a reusable stainless steel needle which is connected. Shelf life 12 months aseptically to the bag through a septum. Available in 3 sizes 2 litres 3 litres and 5 litres. Shelf life 9 months, Broths in flasks, Broths in flasks are subjected to a process of filtration Storage of prepared media. before bottling and sterilization to obtain very clear. media We recommend storage at room temperature with no need for refrigeration since our. Standard presentation with a new extremely air tight products are manufactured following a production system that guarantees maximum. metallic cap The media destined for the control of quality and stability of the product throughout its shelf life due to a number of strict. sterility carry a cap with septum processes that our products have undergone. Available in volumes of 90 100 200 and 225 ml in Rigorous control of sterilization temperatures. boxes of 10 units Transparent label for better observation of the results Precision in the weighing of the ingredients and of the media. Shelf life 12 months Homogeneity of lots due to a strictly monitored manufacturing system. Excellent recovery of test organisms, Tubes with solid media Packaging specially designed to maintain optimal moisture conditions. throughout the life of the product, Tubes with agar to be re melted without loss of nutri Maintenance of the physical and chemical conditions of the media pH. tional capacity or changes in pH The content of each colour moisture etc throughout its life. tube is enough to fill a Petri dish of 90 mm which makes. this product suitable for mass inoculation, They come with a new metallic cap suitable for Scharlau also publishes a Handbook of Microbiological Culture Media. microwave re melting Please ask for your copy or download product specific data sheets from. Each vial contains 15 ml and is available in boxes of our website. Shelf life 12 months, Also available in boxes of 20 tubes double concentrated media slanted agar media.
Tubes with liquid media, Tubes which contain media and have a metallic cap. with a special seal that guarantees the sterility and. stability of the product, Our filling system guarantees a minimal deviation of. the amount to be filled which is very important to ob. tain accurate and reproducible results when working. with the MPN Most Probable Number technique or, in routine dilutions. Available in volumes of 20 5 10 and 19 ml in boxes of 20 units Scharlau. Shelf life 12 months, the wise choice, scharlau com. www scharlau com, export scharlau com 5, Scharlau The wise choice.
Culture Media for Microbiology, Dehydrated and prepared culture media. 100 g 500 g D, 20 plates of 90 mm Y, 20 irradiated plates of 90 mm I. 24 contact plates triple packaging, 30 contact plates P. 30 filtration plates of 55 mm F, 10 flasks of 100 ml 200 ml broth. 1 flask of 100 ml and 1 litre additive G, 10 flasks of 100 ml 200 ml flasks agar H.
20 tubes of 10 ml broth T, 20 tubes of 10 ml agar U. 20 slanted agar tubes V, 2 litre 3 litre 5 litre bag B. Supplement case 10 vials N A large range, of culture media. 5 Kg 10 Kg and 25 Kg Drum Q scharlau com, www scharlau com. 6 export scharlau com, Scharlau The wise choice, Culture Media for Microbiology.
Dehydrated and prepared culture media, Abbreviations. Abbreviation Document Institution Organization, APHA American Public Health Association Washington DC USA. AOAC Official Methods of Analysis of AOAC International Association of Official Analytical Chemists. ASM American Society for Microbiology WashingtonDC USA. ASTM American Society for Testing Materials, AWWA American Water Works Association Washington DC USA. BAM Bacteriological Analytical Manual Food and Drug Administration Washington DC USA. BP British Pharmacopoeia British Pharmacopoeia Commission The Stationery Office London. CEN Centre Europeen pour la Normalisation Brussels. CLSI Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute Vilanova PA USA. CMPH Clinical Microbiology Procedures Handbook American Society for Microbiology ASM. COMPF Compendium of Methods for the microbiological examination of foods APHA. DIN Deutsche Institut f r Normung Berlin, EDQM European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines. EN European Norme Centre Europeen pour la Normalisation Brussels. EP European Pharmacopoeia 5th Ed EDQM Strasbourg, FDA Food and Drug Administration Washington DC USA.
FIL Federation International Laiti re Brussels, IDF International Dairy Federation Brussels. IFU IFU Microbiological Methods International Federation of Fruit Juice Producers Switzerland. HP Harmonized Pharmacopoeias European American and Japanese EDQM Strasbourg. European Pharmacopoeia 6th Ed Supplement 6 3, ISO International Standardization Organization Geneva Switzerland. NCLSS National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards Vilanova PA USA. NMKL Nordisk Methodenkommittee fur Lebensmittel, SL Schweizerisches Lebensmittelbuch Swiss Food Manual Bundesamt f r Gesundheit Direktionsbereich Verbraucherschutz Bern. SMD Standard Methods for the Examination of Dairy Products APHA Washington DC USA. SMWW Standard Methods for the examination of Water and Wastewater APHA AWWA WPC. USP United States Pharmacopeia National Formulary USP 28 USP Convention Ltd Rockville MD USA. WEF Water Envinonment Federation Washington DC USA. With TLHTh, Polysorbate 80 5g l Lecithin 0 7 g l Histidine 1 g l and Sodium Thiosulphate 0 5g l In accordance with European regulations. Culture medium declared as a sanitary product for in vitro diagnosis. Dehydrated media not regularly in stock Please consult delivery times. Blister packaging, Long shelf life, Storage at room temperature.
Plates in individual compartments, Double packaging. Low dehydration, scharlau com, www scharlau com, export scharlau com 7. Scharlau The wise choice, Culture Media for Microbiology. Dehydrated and prepared culture media, Acetamide Nutrient Broth 03 428 aloa Agar Listeria according. din en iso to Ottaviani Agosti Antibiotic Medium No 10 01 016. Liquid medium for the enrichment and confirmation of the iso Antibiotic Medium B Eur Pharm. presence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in water according Chromogenic culture medium for the detection and isolation of HP ep usp. to ISO 12780 Listeria spp and Listeria monocytogenes according to the Solid culture medium for the assay of antibiotics by the. 03 428 500 500g D formula of Agosti Ottaviani and in accordance with ISO 11290 agar diffusion method. 03 428 100 100g D 064 PA0084 20 plates 90mm Y 01 016 500 500g D. Antibiotic Medium No 11 01 017, Antibiotic Medium A pH 8 0 Eur Pharm.
Solid culture medium as seed layer in the assay of antibiotics. by the agar diffusion method, 01 017 500 500g D, 01 017 100 100g D. Left Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC 27853 Listeria monocytogenes. Center Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC 9027, Right Uninoculated tube Antibiotic Medium No 19 01 434. Antibiotic Medium F Eur Pharm, Antibiotic Medium C 02 601 HP ep usp. Acetate Differential Agar 01 665 HP ep usp Solid culture medium for the assay of antibiotics by the. bam iso Liquid medium for the preparation of inoculum serial dilu agar diffusion method. Solid medium for the differentiation of Shigella spp from E tions and turbidimetric antibiotics assays 01 434 500 500g D. coli according to ISO 21567 02 601 500 500g D, 01 665 500 500g D. 01 665 100 100g D, Antibiotic Medium No 35 01 545, Antibiotic Medium D 02 549 Antibiotic Medium G Eur Pharm.
HP ep usp HP ep usp, Liquid medium for the preparation of inoculum serial dilu Solid culture medium for the assay of antibiotics by the. Culture Media for Microbiology CATALOGUE Contents Introduction 4 Dehydrated and prepared culture media 8 Additives for culture media 30 Selective supplements 31 Lyophilized supplements 31 Ingredients and chemical products for microbiology 36 Chromogenic media CHROMagar 37 Chromogenic media Scharlau 43 Reagents for biochemical tests 44 Culture media for molecular biology 46 Culture media for

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