Beta Scan & IRIS

Add 1 drop of milk to the test and IRIS will automatically run the beta-lactam detection test in a few minutes. Results will be sent to your mobile phone, server or the cloud where they will be available in real-time.

 

Do you need to check that your milk does not contain antibiotics before unloading at the plant?
Do you need to know if the tank at the farm is not contaminated with antibiotics before it is collected?
Would the control of antibiotics during the milk transport help you make early decisions?
Do you need the results in real-time and share them with people located in different places?
Do you need any operator to run test reliably?

 

HOW DOES IT HELP YOU?

 

BetaScan helps you to identify if the milk tank is contaminated with beta-lactams during transport or upon arrival at the plant in a simple and fast way. Once the operator sets the automatic test at the reception, or even on the truck, the results will be automatically received in-real time allowing to make quick decisions.
BetaScan analysis at the farm helps avoid industry penalties. Just by adding a drop of milk, you can check the tank in a few minutes before the milk is collected. In addition, you can share the results with the plant personnel to daily guarantee the quality of your milk.

MATRIX
RAW MILK

COW, SHEEP & GOAT MILK

APPLICATIONS AND USERS
FARM

PROCESSING PLANT

TRUCK

ASSAY PROCEDURE

1. Add sample:

100μL and start the test

2. Results:

On the APP, mail or test4all.es platform

TEST PRINCIPLE

BetaScan is a one-step competitive immunochromatographic test, in cassette format, for a qualitative detection of beta-lactams in milk.

TECHNICAL DATA

  • Scope: detection of beta-lactams in milk
  • Assay time: one-step assay of a 6-minutes
  • Results: Visual or automatic interpretation with IRIS reader and automatic sending of results (Wifi / Bluetooth / 4G)
  • Format: 25 or 100 cassettes

 

Validations:

Internal validation: According to ISO 13969:2003.

 

Legislation:

Commission Regulation (EU) No 37/2010 of 22 December 2009 on pharmacologically active substances and their classification regarding maximum residue limits in foodstuffs of animal origin.

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