<img alt="" src="https://secure.inventiveperception365.com/789096.png" style="display:none;">

Bioburden Testing

Effectively automate your contamination detection for faster, more accurate results and improved data integrity.

Bioburden testing is a critical quality control (QC) step for contamination detection, but the traditional compendium method can fall short of today's speed and safety demands. Sample enumeration, tracking, and reporting are typically subjective, time-consuming manual processes prone to human error.

The Growth Direct® System overcomes these challenges with novel growth-based technology that features advanced robotic automation, powerful optical imaging, algorithmic vision analysis, and data management. The result is fast, accurate enumeration and digitization that can boost productivity in your microbial QC lab while eliminating manual sample analysis and recordkeeping.

A Bioburden Testing Method That Boosts Lab Productivity

Process Automation-Infographic

Achieve Accurate Results Quickly

Faster Detection and Automated Reporting

The Growth Direct®  System automates the incubation and reading of test samples, detecting microbial growth at a much earlier stage of colony development. Because testing is non-destructive and requires no reagents, positive samples can continue to incubate and be sent to a microbial identification system for further analysis.

More about Rapid Detection

Optimize Your Lab Through Digitization

The Growth Direct® System automates QC micro testing and digitizes results to ensure data integrity. The system can export result reports or securely link to a two-way laboratory information management system (LIMS) to completely eliminate manual data entry and drive productivity, learn more.

Explore how the rapid automated method (RAM) can help you create a high performing, digitized QC Micro Lab by reviewing our Lab Optimization Master Series.

Where Is Your Lab Under-Performing?

Download our Lab Performance Questionnaire and get started. This simple 11-point survey will help you begin to identify the most critical areas where your lab needs process and workflow improvement.

Get Your Copy Now