Economic Analysis: Industrial Water Microbiological Control in Product Preservation

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Content Highlights:

Production cycles for industrial products such as paints and coatings tend to be undesirably long once production has finished because these finished products are often quarantined for several days until microbiological test results are known, thereby providing QA/QC staff with a pass vs. fail assessment. Besides the slow feedback, the selective nature of these microbiological tests can result in several types of microbes sneaking under the radar.

This whitepaper discusses how 2nd Generation ATP monitoring can serve as an effective alternative to traditional microbiological tests to provide a much more complete indicator of contamination in a tiny fraction of the time.

 

Who Will Benefit:

– Production scientists

– QA/QC technicians

– Microbiologists