Did You Know That the Surfaces We Come Into Contact With Daily Are Teeming With Unseen Bacteria
From doorknobs to kitchen countertops, these common surfaces are a breeding ground for potentially harmful germs. While they might be invisible to the naked eye, these microbes can pose a risk to our health. That’s where an ATP meter comes in – it’s a powerful tool for assessing the cleanliness of surfaces, allowing you to take proactive steps to maintain a healthier environment. Don’t wait until it’s too late; take charge of your surroundings and ensure a safer, cleaner space for yourself and your loved ones.
ATP is a molecule found in and around living cells, and as such it gives a direct measure of biological concentration and health. ATP is quantified by measuring the light produced through its reaction with the naturally occurring firefly enzyme luciferase using a luminometer. The amount of light produced is directly proportional to the amount of ATP present in the sample. ATP tests verify a surface is clean and microbial tests verify the sanitizer is working. These two methods are providing information about two different things. For cleaning validation, food processors should use microbial tests as part of their validation study.
ATP Tests Can Be Used to
- Control biological treatment reactors
- Guide biocide dosing programs
- Determine drinking water cleanliness
- Manage fermentation processes
- Assess soil activity
- Determine corrosion / deposit process type
- Measure equipment or product sanitation
|Display||3.5-inch High-precision Graphic Touch Screen|
|Processor||32-bit High-speed Data Processing Chip|
|Detection accuracy||1 × 10 – 18mol|
|Coliform||1 – 106cfu|
|Detection Range||0 to 9999 RLUs|
|Detection Time||15 Seconds|
|Operating Temperature Range||±5 % or ±5 RLUs|
|Operating Humidity Range||20 – 85 %|
|ATP Recovery Rate||90 – 110%|
|Detection Mode||RLU and Coliform Screening|
|Instrument size||188 mm×77mm×37mm|
|Standby state (20℃)||6 months|
|Detection Mode||RLU and Coliform Screening|
Upgrade Swab Accurate Detection
Fast detection, easy operation, good repeatability of reaction results, more reliable, environmentally friendly design. Swab types: solid surface swab and water quality swab.
Top Cover Rotate 120
The two-degree opening and closing mechanism combines both high aesthetic appeal and functional strength, safeguarding the test tube while enhancing data observation convenience.
Swab Cannula Washable
The test sleeve utilizes a plug-in design, allowing for easy regular cleaning and extending the instrument’s lifespan.
High Den LCD Screen
The 3.5-inch touch interface offers an intuitive and convenient user experience, enhancing usability and intelligence.
User Friendly Operation
Unlike traditional cultivation methods that demand trained technicians in a lab setting, our upgraded ATP rapid detection system offers simplicity and ease of use. It requires only basic training for on-site operation by regular staff. It can swiftly deliver results in just 15 seconds and undergoes automatic calibration within 30 seconds.
Large Capacity Lithium Battery
Large-capacity lithium battery that can run for over 12 hours without stopping. It also has an impressive standby time of up to 300 hours. You can power it up with solar chargers, mobile charging banks, or car chargers for added convenience.
This ATP test machine is a cutting-edge tool for assessing surface cleanliness. It offers automatic judgment of cleanliness, providing pass/fail results with an automatic statistical pass rate. Its self-check feature ensures reliability, and it’s equipped with a miniUSB interface for easy result upload to your PC. The instrument is compact, rechargeable, and has a long 6-month standby time. Included with the machine are a user manual, stable liquid luciferase, and wet integrated swab collection for efficient testing.
Press the button on the left side of the instrument, and the homepage interface will appear 30 seconds after startup calibration..
Open the machine, click on Test, and the instrument prompts “Insert Swab” to enter the testing interface.
Remove the swab from the refrigerator and let it sit for 10-15 minutes until it returns to room temperature before use.
Remove the swab from the sleeve, grasp the connector with one hand and gently wipe the object’s surface at a 45° angle, covering a 10x10cm area.
Reinsert the collector into the casing.
Using one hand, grip the connector, and with your other hand, hold the upper part of the capsule. Bend it back and forth until the valve breaks.
Press the swab head three times to ensure all liquid is completely expelled from it.
While holding the swab head, gently tap the swab downward five times. Then, promptly insert the swab into the instrument for testing.
Select ‘Detection’ (as indicated in the left image), and the detection results will appear within 15 seconds. Be sure to save the results manually.