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Articles & Whitepapers
FREE ATP VS INTRACELLULAR ATP
What is ATP? Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is a molecule used by all living cells to provide energy to metabolic reactions. It is often referred to as the “molecular unit of currency” of intracellular energy transfer. As ATP is specific to living environments, its presence proves the existence of living organisms. ATP testing is a technique ...
Refinery in Rotterdam harbour, The Netherlands
A method to prevent biofouling settlement in sea or brackish water intake and cooling water systems is necessary to help retain their efficiency and integrity. The most common method is continuous ...
Biovision® - Biofouling monitoring system for real-time insight into biofouling settlement risk
The unwanted accumulation of biofouling in industrial water systems can have significant impacts in the plants, sometimes leading to operational shutdown and the costs of remediation actions and lost production can increase significantly O&M ...
Creative BioMart Microbe Performs Biofilm Testing and Research for Different Applications
New Study Finds XPERIENCE™ No Rinse Solution Has Persistent Efficacy Against Both Planktonic Bacteria and Bacterial Biofilms
Jenfitch's Breakthrough on Treating Legionella
Salher supplies two new hospital wastewater treatments in Paraguay
Equipment & Solutions
Bare Fiber Oxygen Microsensor
The fiber-optic oxygen sensors from PyroScience feature no oxygen consumption, no stirring sensitivity, an extremely long shelf time, resistance to corrosive environments (e.g. seawater) and are suitable for multiple applications in gas, water and aqueous samples. This fiber-optic microsensor consist of an optical fiber (230 µm) with a sensor tip diameter of approximately 50-70 µm. ...