The Wizard™ CompactDry™ Reader, a small instrument that will make a big impact on reducing the time spent counting colonies by hand.
Turn minutes into seconds by bringing automation to your colony counting process!
Colony counts in seconds- where it would usually take hours to complete all of the colony counts associated with food testing, The Wizard™ CompactDry™ Reader will take just seconds. This saves your technicians valuable time in their testing processes.
25 Plates Counted Manually in One hour
300 Plates Counted by The Wizard™ CompactDry™ Reader in One Hour
The results speak for themselves!
Consistency where it counts
Humans are prone to error while performing tedious and repetitive tasks. So why risk it? The Wizard™ CompactDry™ Reader eliminates human error from the process of counting colonies.
No complicated set of instructions, no long-winded explanation.
The Wizard™ CompactDry™ Reader is easy to set up, to understand, and to begin using. Flip the switch, select your configuration, insert your CompactDry™ plate(s), select read, and save your results! See how fast that was?
Designed exclusively for the CompactDry™ Plate line!
The Wizard™ CompactDry™ Reader's software was built to identify colony formation on each of the individual CompactDry™ plates. The camera is calibrated to recognize chromogenic changes in the media and colony formation on the surface of the plate. The CompactDry™ plate line presents a variety of organism-specific or total count tests, packaged neatly in a sophisticated and sturdy cassette.
Dilucup and Dilushaker: The elegant serial dilution solution.
The most elegant solution in serial dilution automation. This simple format puts sophisticated automation technology within reach for labs of any size! Easy as 1, 2, 3! Simply add 1ml sample to the first Dilucup™. Start the shaker by waving your hand in front of the motion sensor. When the Dilushaker™ stops, the next dilution is ready. With a new pipet tip, collect 1ml from the first cup and release it into the second cup and start the shaker again. Continue this until the final dilution is reached.
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