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Device Description

WITH THE WATER SAFETY SYSTEM, YOU CAN RUN 12 TESTS AT THE SAME TIME AND ANALYZE WATER SAMPLES DIRECTLY ON THE SPOT

The Water Safety System was inspired by the Water Safety Plans (WSP) for water quality for human consumption, developed by the World Health Organization and implemented in Europe through the European Directive 2015/1787/CE.

This Directive introduces the obligation to implement a comprehensive risk assessment and management system covering the entire water supply chain. Risk controls and assessments are required to check for classical contaminants and those classified as emerging and not otherwise subject to routine scrutiny.

The Water Safety System, which includes the ICGENE Mini, may be carried in our bespoke briefcase, effectively providing a small portable laboratory which allows tests to be performed in the field and so meets the needs of those situations of prevention and warning where timely intervention is required.

The Water Safety System also links to the ICGENE WEB platform for automatic real-time transmission of results from the field to the lab.

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ANALYSIS

Automatic interpretation of results

The system provides the automatic interpretation of results, real-time display and online availability of data. The display of sigmoid curves shows that the sample is positive (+) and indicates the presence of what is sought by the test. The display of straight lines shows that the test sample analyzed is negative (0).

FEATURES

  • Use of LAMP technology
  • Double function heating block and fluorescence reader
  • Real time display of results
  • No need to process data post run
  • Tablet with App included to allow results to be read directly

BENEFITS

  • In situ analysis
  • Portability
  • Easy and quick to use
  • Audit trail of operator, and kits used
  • Full traceability of the test results
  • ICGENE WEB Platform

SECTOR

WATER SAFETY 80%

DETAILED SECTORS

  • Campylobacter spp
  • Clostridium perfringens
  • E.coli O157:H7
  • Legionella pneumophila
  • Legionella spp
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