The RCS® Microbial Air Sampling Systems

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Active Air Monitoring Systems with a Proven Record for Safety and Reliablity

RCS® Microbial Air Sampling Systems have been used by food and beverage companies for more than 30 years and have become renowned for safe and reliable environmental monitoring of ambient air and compressed gases in controlled environments. Using the proven Reuter Centrifugal Impaction (RCS®) principle, all RCS® Air Samplers are capable of gentle but very effective collection of airborne microorganisms at low impaction speeds. The complete compatibility with a wide range of ready-to-use agar strips makes RCS instruments a universal tool for standardized microbial monitoring – providing quality and efficiency. A large range of accessories is available for the RCS® series, including the RCS® compressed gas adapter for sampling of compressed gases.

RCS® High Flow Touch and Accessories

RCS® High Flow Touch and Accessories

The RCS® High Flow Touch is used for monitoring of ambient air and compressed gases.

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RCS® Plus Ex

RCS® Plus Ex and Accessories

The RCS® Plus Ex microbial air sampler is made for air monitoring in explosion hazard areas.
RCS® Standard and Accessories

RCS® Standard and Accessories

The RCS® Standard is the classic microbial air sampler. This handheld air sampler is made for use in unclassified areas.
Accessories for Discontinued RCS® Instruments

Accessories for Discontinued RCS® Instruments

We support the continued use of the discontinued RCS® Instruments by providing a large range of accessories for them.
HYCON® Agar Strips

HYCON® Agar Strips

HYCON® Agar Strips are the perfect match for our RCS systems. They are available as non-irradiated or gamma-irradiated for use in critical areas.
 
 
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Jul 08
07/08/18 - 07/11/18
2018 IAFP Annual Meeting
Salt Palace Convention Center
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
,Life Science Research,Industrial Biomonitoring North America 20180708