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3M™ Mini Flip-Top Vial with 10 mL Buffered Peptone Water Broth BPPFV10BPW, 100 per case

3M ID 70200753575Catalog Number BPPFV10BPW
  • Hinged lid can be opened with one hand and stays open for easy sample additions.
  • Decontaminated through gamma irradiation and ready for use with no additional blending required.
  • Flat bottom tube stands on its own, no holder required.
  • Leak resistant vial helps prevent leakage during shipping
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Specifications
Manufacturing Segment
Environmental Monitoring, Packaging & Storage Testing, Raw Milk Reception
Media Type
Peptone Water Broth
Microorganism Type
Aerobic, Campylobacter, Coliform, E. coli, Enterobacteriaceae, Lactic Acid Bacteria, Listeria, Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella, Staph aureus, Yeast & Mold
Quantity
100/case
Recommended Industry
Bakery, Beverage & Bottled Water, Chemicals, Confectionary, Dairy, Eggs, Fruits & Vegetables, Grain & Oilseed Milling Sector, Meat, Nutraceuticals, Pet Food & Animal Feed, Poultry, Prepared & Processed Foods, Seafood
Volume (Metric)
10 mL
Product Details

The 3M™ Mini Flip-Top Vial with 10 mL Buffered Peptone Water Broth is a leak-resistant plastic cylinder with a flip-open lid that seals securely for safe shipping and handling.

It is ready to use and filled with 10 mL of Buffered Peptone Water Broth, which is an ideal diluent for food, beverage, and environmental samples and a cost-effective alternative to mixing in-house. The solution is decontaminated through gamma irradiation for long shelf life. The handy flip-top style provides a fast, easy and reliable bottle for sample handling. It opens with one hand and stays open for easy sample additions, making it ideal for sample processing while the convenient-size vial saves on lab space. This product is made in the USA and is ISO 9001:2008 certified for quality assurance. It is intended for lab use only. Buffered Peptone Water Broth is used as a diluent or for non selective enrichment of microorganisms such as Salmonella species or E. coli from foods and environmental samples prior to selective enrichment and isolation. Microorganisms that may be present in a food product can be sub-lethally injured by food processing techniques and may not be recovered by direct selection techniques. Buffered Peptone Water Broth promotes the recovery of those microorganisms that may be injured.

  • Hinged lid can be opened with one hand and stays open for easy sample additions.
  • Decontaminated through gamma irradiation and ready for use with no additional blending required.
  • Flat bottom tube stands on its own, no holder required.
  • Leak resistant vial helps prevent leakage during shipping
  • 2 year shelf life from date of manufacture provides long-term readiness.
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