Coriolis® COMPACT – Bioaerosol and Particulate Sampler
Highly portable bioaerosol sampler with dry cyclonic collectorFull product information
- Adapted to sample for small diameter particles including viruses, bacteria, moulds, pollens and spores)
- Light, compact, and portable for indoor / outdoor sampling
- High particulate capture efficiencies between 500nm - 10µm
- Compatible with many downstream analysis techniques – NGS, qPCR, culture
The Coriolis Compact is a dry cyclonic collector intended for air monitoring. Light and compact, it can be easily transported and positioned on strategic places for indoor and outdoor sampling. Its innovative dry cyclonic technology aspirates the particles with an airflow of 50L/m and makes them travel through the collection cone where they are retained. The collected particles or microorganisms can then be recovered by rinsing the cone with an appropriate buffer solution. The sample is therefore compatible with multiple downstream analysis techniques (NGS, qPCR, Culture).
The Coriolis® Compact gives access to highly sensitive and specific results in only a few hours. Due to an improved battery autonomy, it can perform up to 8 hours of continuous sampling.
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