Ampoule media for microbiological analysis, a Pall Life Sciences product, is available in a variety of selective nutrient broths for use in municipal water, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and microelectronics industries.
Meets Membrane Filter (MF) Technique Standard Method requirements with 2 mL ampoules*
Maximizes efficiency with premixed and presterilized media
Choose between plastic or glass ampoules for your applications
Simplify pouring of the media with wide-mouth glass ampoules
All plastic ampoule media is economically packaged with 50 ampoules per box
*Requirements referenced in Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, current edition.
Ampoule media is available in a variety of selective, nutrient broths for use in municipal water, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and microelectronics industries.
Municipal Wastewater and Drinking Water: MF-Endo and M-FC (with and without rosolic acid) media are used when analyzing water samples for Total Coliforms, Fecal Coliforms, and E. coli.
Food and Beverage: M-TGE, HPC, M-Green YM, and Orange Serum broths are used in the food and beverage industry to QC final products (and fluids used in the manufacture of these products) to detect potential spoilage organisms.
Pharmaceutical and Microelectronics: Trypticase Soy Broth, M-TGE, and HPC may be used to test final products and process waters for total bacteria in the pharmaceutical and microelectronics industries.
General: Pseudomonas and KF-Streptococcal broths are highly selective media for organisms in these genera, and are used to monitor samples wherever contamination by these organisms must be prevented.