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Carolina Bacterial Examination of Drinking Water Kit

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Carolina Bacterial Examination of Drinking Water Kit is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Human sewage is the principle source of pathogens in drinking water. Under natural conditions nearly all water contains microbes. Water may be safe for drinking as long as no pathogens are present. Students perform presumptive, confirmed, and completed tests on drinking water, the same methods used by health departments. Two positive bacterial controls and 3 collected water samples are tested.

 
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Advanced - For students with moderate experience in microbiology.

Human sewage is the principle source of pathogens in drinking water. Under natural conditions nearly all water contains microbes. Water may be safe for drinking as long as no pathogens are present. Students perform presumptive, confirmed, and completed tests on drinking water, the same methods used by health departments. Two positive bacterial controls and 3 collected water samples are tested. Requires 3 to 5 days from setup to completion.

Keep bacteria cultures at room temperature; do not incubate or refrigerate. Refrigerate Levine EMB agar until use; do not freeze.

** Kit and perishable components will ship separately and may arrive on different days.

 
 
 
 
Rated 1 out of 5 by from An extravagant Total/Fecal kit I spent nearly 20 years working for two local health departments and the State in environmental health specializing in water and wastewater. I was very disappointed in this kit since it is no more than a Total coliform and Fecal coliform test kit and it is nothing like I have ever used in my previous jobs. Way more complicated than it needs to be. I try to show my students actual practices used in industry and the regulatory field and I feel like this one misses the mark.
Date published: 2016-12-01
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