As water management continues to move to the forefront of worldwide resource concerns, better information is required to facilitate effective decision making. Not only does the information have to better, it also has to be obtained faster and from multiple locations. When public health is at stake, the results must come quickly. Heterotrophic Plate Counts and other culture-based tests have traditionally been used to estimate microbiological content but they must be completed in a laboratory, require two or more days for feedback, and are not always accurate. Because of these limitations, water contamination issues often go unnoticed until major problems have already occurred. By the time culture test results are returned on contaminated water, it has probably already been consumed by the public.
Through it's real-time feedback and full portabilty, LuminUltra's Quemch-Gone Aqueous (QGA) test kit serves as the basis for enhanced water quality control to save time, reduce risk, and enable on-the-spot detection, troubleshooting, and mitigation of microbiological contamination.
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