New white paper about Fluctuations in Bacterial Count


Return On Investment of Biofilm Monitoring

Microbial control practices are applied in most industries dealing with water or other liquids, to keep the proliferation of bacteria and other microorganisms under control. To monitor the bacterial contamination of a process, sampling and laboratory analysis of the liquid represent the most common approach. This allows to detect free-floating microorganisms - and it happens quite often to observe large and unexpected fluctuations in the amount of bacteria in the sample

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