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SimPlate® – Yeast and Mold

Rapid Enumeration of Yeast and Molds
SimPlate Yeast and Mold utilizes proprietary Binary Detection Technology™ to provide quantitative results for both yeast and mold from food and environmental samples in just 56-72 hours.

Easy-to-Read Results
Proprietary chromogenic media and patented plating device with isolation wells combine to produce easily counted results and eliminate problems typically associated with mold overgrowth. 

Reduced Testing Costs
While other methods require duplicate plating of samples, SimPlate has been validated to provide equivalent results with just a single plate.  Combined with the reduction of necessary sample dilutions, made possible by the broad counting range of the plate (1-738), SimPlate reduces the number of tests required for each sample, helping to reduce overall testing costs.  
 


SimPlate Yeast and Mold Features:

  • Results in 56-72 hours, 3 days faster than conventional reference culture methods
  • Pre-measured, ready-to-use media available in unit-dose format for low volume testing days (1 test per tube of media) or multi-dose format for high volume days (10 tests per tube of media)
  • Available in Color Indicator format for most applications or UV format for highly colored or dark products. 
     

SimPlate® – Yeast and Mold Details:
Detects
Yeasts and Molds
Validation
AOAC Official Method 2002.11
MicroVal Certification (in accordance with ISO 16140)
Certificate No. 2009LR25
Companion Products
  • SimPlate Devices 
  • Supplement A
  • Supplement D 
  • Supplement V
  • Supplement M
Technology
Binary Detection Technology™
Storage
Room Temperature
PART No. QUANTITY
SimPlate Yeast and Mold Color Indicator 66007-100 100 test unit dose
SimPlate Yeast and Mold Color Indicator 66007-500 500 test multi-dose
SimPlate Yeast and Mold 66004-100 100 test unit dose
SimPlate Yeast and Mold 66004-500 500 test multi-dose
Additional Information
Brochure
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