Just published in Water Research Journal, this comparative study was conducted by Ghent University. It compared six different commercially available devices for automatically measuring microbiological water quality. All instruments measured the identical sample, and the drinking water was artificially contaminated to an increasing degree to determine the level of contamination at which each instrument was able to detect the contamination. The ColiMinder is the only device that has detected all contaminants with a hit rate of 100%.
New scientific study out now: “Online microbial monitoring of drinking water: How do different techniques respond to contaminations in practice?”
Jul 15, 2021 | News