Innovative Testing Solutions Through Molecular Diagnostic Excellence
“Am I in control of microorganisms?”
LuminUltra is a biological diagnostic testing company. Widely recognized as a global leader in developing tests and reagents for environmental, industrial, and diagnostic monitoring, we are also a key supplier of COVID-19 clinical testing reagents to the Government of Canada.
Founded in 1995, LuminUltra is headquartered in Canada and has operations in six countries. Our network of partners and customers around the world, span from small rural municipalities to Fortune 500 companies and everything in between. Customers in over 80 nations trust our technology, production reliability, and history of customer service excellence to deliver their essential services in a safe state.
Our Core Values
Maximum commitment and urgency.
Integrity and respect in all we do.
Challenge the status quo.
Remain flexible at all times.
Outstanding community experience.
The LuminUltra Difference
Passionate about measuring microorganisms – We strive to teach as many people as possible about the risks of microorganisms in the spaces where we live, work and play — and what can be done about them. It’s our vision to be your first line of defense. To achieve that, we provide fast and simple solutions to microbiological problems. Our message is simple: if you do not measure it, you cannot control it.
Exceptional customer experience – Our customers are passionate about ensuring the safety of their community. At LuminUltra, we believe they should have access to the information and tools necessary to achieve this goal. We develop solutions that enable collaboration and allow us to work together to advance and innovate — and ultimately safeguard our customers’ environments.
Dedicated to innovation – We are trailblazers, continually striving to improve our products. We pride ourselves on providing access to powerful data analysis tools, robust training materials and accessible, personalized support. We look forward to meeting complex and urgent microbial testing requirements — today and in the future.