AMSL FLASH colour-change protein swab

Friday, 01 July, 2016 | Supplied by: Australasian Medical & Scientific Ltd


FLASH is a total protein visual swab that rapidly detects protein residues left on food contact surfaces after cleaning. Protein can be difficult to remove and is a good indicator that food residues have been left behind due to inadequate cleaning.

Improper cleaning can lead to biological contamination and also result in cross-contamination to allergen-free products. Most allergens are proteins, so a total protein detection test can help minimise allergen risks.

The self-contained sampling device contains a premoistened tip and all necessary reagents. One swab provides two sensitivity levels, allowing flexibility depending on the criteria for limits of detection of protein residues. Simply swab, activate and read the colour change.

The system complements other cleaning verification methods such as ATP or direct testing for allergens.

Online: www.amsl.com.au
Phone: 02 9882 3666
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