The applicable international guideline ISO 9308-1 is updated recommending now chromogenic coliform agar (CCA) to replace the formerly used culture medium Lactose TTC agar. The TRAWAS laboratory conforms to new guideline DIN EN ISO 9308-1:2014-12. All other types of nutrient media acc. to application are available as well.
TRAWAS was developed 1997 in cooperation with Messrs. SARTORIUS AG, Göttingen who provide the Nutrient Pads and filtration equipment. Main components are produced by Messrs. SANDBERG & SCHNEIDEWIND. The TRAWAS kits are unique as we can guarantee stable incubation temperature using special carrying cases which can balance the temperature while connected to the incubator thus ensuring that samples are not overheated during incubation (i.e. at high ambient temperatures) which is essential for the test.
TRAWAS OPERATING MANUAL
All components are of highest quality (working parts are made of stainless steel) and can be used either in recognized laboratory for every day work or under rough conditions in a remote area. 40 pages Operating Manual - Step by step instructions with illustrations for easy understanding.
The advantages of TRAWAS
We do not use Methanol for sterilization as Methanol is unsuitable for desinfection and toxic when burned (Formalin). Instead we use Ethanol (70%) as a potent virucidal agent.
Quick and time saving sterilization of filtration equipment.
Our filtration equipment is fully made from stainless steel – no wear and tear, no corrosion, unlimited livespan.
Our kit needs no sample preparation – using SARTORIUS Nutrient pads 100% reproducibility is guaranteed though certified stringend quality control, with a shelf live of up to 2 years !
The TRAWAS kit is temperature balanced (TRAWAS lite optionally) – no false results because of high temperatures in tropical climates.
Our kit can be transported during incubation as Petri dishes must always be kept in horizontal position when moistured.
Durable Aluminium Box, inside either washable plastic or special alcohol resistant hard foam (open-cell foam is unsuitable for bacteria because of risk of cross contamination).
SANDBERG & SCHNEIDEWIND
Billwerder Ring 10, 21035 Hamburg, Germany
Tel.: +49 (40) 734741-0, Fax: +49 (40) 734741-10