MicroTally Manual Swabs and Continuous Sampling Sheets

Saturday, 01 August, 2020 | Supplied by: Australasian Medical & Scientific Ltd


A non-destructive test method for indicator organisms plus pathogens including E. coli O157 and Salmonella in beef trim is now available. When used as directed, MicroTally Manual Swabs and Continuous Sampling Sheets can provide an organism recovery rate greater than or equivalent to the N60 or N60+ method for detection.

The Continuous Sampling device requires a swab to be placed in a bracket at the end of the conveyor line. Microorganisms are collected on the swab as the beef trim passes over the top of the swab before falling into the Combo Bin. Using this method allows the majority of beef trim pieces to be tested, providing a more representative sample in comparison to current methods.

For situations where a Combo Bin is not filled by a conveyor belt, the MicroTally Manual Sampling swabs can be used. Simply use the cloth to manually wipe the pieces of beef trim at the top of the Combo Bin.

Implementing MicroTally Manual Swabs and/or Continuous Sampling Sheets can provide a safer beef product coupled with reduced labour and sampling costs for processors.

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