Terragene

29 products

  • Sale -25% Thermal Paper Roll For IC10/20FR And IC10/20FRLCD, 6rl/Bg

    Terragene Thermal Paper Roll For IC10/20FR And IC10/20FRLCD, 6rl/Bg

    ICTP / Incubator Thermal Paper. Accessory for the IC10/20FR and IC10/20FRLCD incubator€™s thermal printer. Thermal Paper specially designed for using with Bionova® IC10/20FR, and Bionova® IC10/20FRLCD Auto-Reader€™s Printer. Specifications: Thermal Paper Roll. Color: white Paper length: 30 m. Paper width: 57 mm. Roll external diameter: 50 mm. Roll internal diameter: 13.4 mm. Its function is to record the final results of biological indicators subjected to sterilization process and quantitative analysis of hygiene monitoring systems at each activated position of IC10/20FR or IC10/20FRLCD, which allows registration into your sterilization record keeping book. Read IC10/20FR or IC10/20FRLCD directions for use, as appropriate.

    SKU: ICTP_BION_6

    $50.99 $37.99

  • Sale -19% Strip Integrator Steam, 500/Bg Strip Integrator Steam, 500/Bg

    Terragene Strip Integrator Steam, 500/Bg

    Multi-variable Chemical Indicator printed with reactive ink for Steam sterilization processes. Chemdye® CD29 Multivariable Process Indicators (Type 4 according to ISO 11140-1:2014 standard) are single-use chemical indicators that consist of one-side laminated punched paper double strips printed with indicator ink. These indicators have been designed to monitor Steam sterilization processes within loads, ensuring an adequate exposure to the sterilizing agent during the sterilization process and allowing to distinguish between processed and unprocessed items. Innovative highly sensitive yellow ink was developed to turn to dark brown/black when the indicator is exposed to Steam considering the critical process variables which provides additional quality assurance. Endpoint condition: 121 °C, 15 minutes; 134 °C, 3.5 minutes. Indicators 100 % free of toxic heavy metals. Instructions For Use: Place a Chemdye® CD29 Multivariable Process Indicator within each package, bag or tray that will be sterilized by Steam. In rigid containers, place the indicator in every corner, or at least two diagonally opposite corners, to ensure that the sterilization agent has reached the most inaccessible areas. Perform the sterilization cycle. After the sterilization process has finished, remove the indicators from the sterilizer and analyze the results. For all the chemical indicators exposed to Steam, the ink must turn to the dark brown/black reference color when the sterilization parameters are reached. For reference color, please refer to Result Reference Guide. Specifications: Process: Steam Initial Color: Yellow Final Color; Black Indicator Type: Type 4 chemical indicator Regulations: ISO 11140-1 More Info About This Product: Color Chart

    SKU: CD29

    $15.99 $12.99

  • Sale -24% Strip Integrator EO, 500/Bg Strip Integrator EO, 500/Bg

    Terragene Strip Integrator EO, 500/Bg

    CD16 / Multi-variable Chemical Indicators, double card strips printed with reactive ink for Ethylene Oxide sterilization processes. Metals Free. Control of Ethylene Oxide (EO) sterilization processes. Conditions: 600 mg/l EO, RH 60%, 30 °C, 30 minutes // 600 mg/l EO, RH 60%, 54 °C, 20 minutes. Characteristics: Type 4 Chemical Indicator (according to ISO 11140-1). Double punched card strips printed with indicator ink. Specifications: Size: 200 x 15 mm. Initial Color: Purple/Brown. Final Color: Green. 100 % Toxic Heavy Metals free. Instructions For Use: Place a Chemdy® CD16 Multivariable Process Indicator within each package, bag or tray that will be sterilized by Ethylene Oxide. In rigid containers, place the indicator in every corner, or at least two diagonally opposite corners, to ensure mthat the sterilization agent has reached the most inaccessible areas. Perform the sterilization cycle. After the sterilization process has finished, remove the indicators from the sterilizer and analyze the results. For all the chemical indicators exposed to Ethylene Oxide, the ink must turn to the green reference color when the sterilization parameters are reached. More Info About This Product: Color Chart

    SKU: CD16

    $20.99 $15.90

  • Sale -17% Steam Indicator Tape Roll Steam Indicator Tape Roll

    Terragene Steam Indicator Tape Roll

    CT22 / Indicator Tape for Steam sterilization processes. Cintape® CT22 Process Indicators (Type 1 according ISO 11140-1:2014 standard) are single-use chemical indicators that consist of a roll of self-adhesive paper tape printed with indicator ink. These indicators have been designed to monitor Steam sterilization processes, ensuring an adequate exposure to the sterilizing agent during the sterilization process and allowing to distinguish between processed and unprocessed items. The adhesive component of the tape allows the adhesion to different types of packaging and wraps, such as cloth, paper and plastic being easy to remove and leaving no residues. Innovative highly sensitive yellow ink was developed to turn to dark brown / black when the indicator is exposed to Steam. Endpoint condition: 121 ºC, 10 minutes; 134 ºC, 2 minutes. Instructions For Use: Place within a sterilizer a wrapped package closed with Cintape® CT22 Process Indicator tape that will be sterilized by Steam. Perform the sterilization cycle. After the sterilization process has finished, remove the package from the sterilizer and analyze the indicator results. The indicator must turn to the reference color for considering that it was exposed to Steam. For reference color, please refer to Result Reference Guide. Specifications: Process: Steam Initial Color: Yellow Final Color: Black, Dark Brown Indicator Type: Type 1 chemical indicator Regulations: ISO 11140-1 More Info About This Product: Color Chart

    SKU: CT22

    $5.99 $4.99

  • Sale -21% Hydrogen Peroxide Indicator Tape

    Terragene Hydrogen Peroxide Indicator Tape

    Indicator Tape for Plasma or Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide Sterilization Processes. Cintape® CT40 Process Indicators (Type 1 according ISO 11140-1:2014 standard) are single-use chemical indicators that consist of a roll of self-adhesive plastic tape printed with indicator ink. These indicators have been designed to monitor Plasma or Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide sterilization processes, ensuring adequate exposure to the sterilizing agent during the sterilization process and allowing to distinguish between processed and unprocessed items. The adhesive component of the tape allows the adhesion to different types of packaging and wraps, such as cloth, paper and plastic being easy to remove and leaving no residues. Innovative highly sensitive purple ink was developed to turn to green when the indicator is exposed to Plasma or Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide. Endpoint condition: 50 ºC, 6 minutes, 2.3 mg/l H2O2. Indicators 100 % free of toxic heavy metals. Instructions For Use: Place within a sterilizer a wrapped package closed with Cintape® CT40 Process Indicator tape that will be sterilized by Plasma or Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide. Perform the sterilization cycle. After the sterilization process has finished, remove the package from the sterilizer and analyze the indicator results. The indicator must turn to the reference color for considering that it was exposed to Plasma or Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide. For reference color, please refer to Result Reference Guide. Specifications: Process: Hydrogen Peroxide Initial Color: Purple Final Color: Green Indicator Type: Type 1 chemical indicator Regulations: ISO 11140-1

    SKU: CT40

    $18.99 $14.99

  • Sale -19% Fluorescence Ultra Rapid SCBI For H2O2. 60°C (30 minutes), 50/Bx Fluorescence Ultra Rapid SCBI For H2O2. 60°C (30 minutes), 50/Bx

    Terragene Fluorescence Ultra Rapid SCBI For H2O2. 60°C (30 minutes), 50/Bx

    Super Rapid Self-contained Biological Indicator for Plasma or Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide Sterilization Processes. Final readout: 30 minutes. An optional visual pH color change confirmation could be performed after 48 hours of incubation. If sterilization process has not been successful, culture medium will change to yellow during incubation at 60 ºC, thus showing the presence of living spores. If sterilization process is successful culture medium will remain purple after the incubation process. 7-day readout is optional and not intended to be routinely performed; it is an initial validation of the 30-minute reading. Fluorescence results may be compared to the 7-day visual reading. Note: If 7-day readout is performed, a humidified environment will be required to prevent medium from drying out. Instructions For Use: Identify the Terragene® Bionova® BT96 SCBI by writing the sterilizer number (in case of having more than one), load number and processing date on the label. Pack the SCBI along with materials to be sterilized in an appropriate package according to recommended sterilization practices. Place the package in those areas which are considered most inaccessible for the sterilizing agent (e.g., the center of the load and areas near the door). Sterilize as usual. After the sterilization process has finished, open the sterilizer door, wait five minutes and remove the SCBI from the package. CAUTION: Wear safety glasses and gloves when removing the Terragene® Bionova® BT96 SCBI from the sterilized package.( Do not crush or handle the SCBI excessively, since this might cause the glass ampoule to burst. Let the SCBI cool down until it reaches room temperature.) Check the Process Indicator on SCBI label. A color change to green indicates that the SCBI has been exposed to Hydrogen Peroxide. IMPORTANT: This color change does not evidence the process effectiveness to achieve sterility. If the color of the Process Indicator has not changed, check the sterilization process. 6. Press the lid to seal the tube. Crush the ampoule contained in the SCBI with an individual ampoule crusher or with the ampoule crusher placed within the incubator´s incubation area. Then shake the tube down vigorously, with movements similar to those performed to lower the temperature in a mercury thermometer, until the medium reaches the base of the tube and soaks the spore carrier entirely. Finally, place the SCBI in the incubator. Incubate the processed indicator and the positive control indicator in the appropriate Terragene® Bionova® Auto-Reader incubators for a maximum of 30 minutes at (60 ± 2) °C for super rapid readout. Important: Use a non-sterilized SCBI as a positive control at least once per day, when a sterilization cycle is run. The positive control ensures that correct incubation conditions were met; the capability of the medium to promote rapid growth; viability of spores has not been altered due to improper storage temperature, humidity or proximity to chemicals and proper functioning of Terragene® Bionova® Auto-Reader Incubators. Both, the positive control indicator and the processed indicator, should belong to the same batch. Note: Holding time between sterilization and incubation should not exceed a 7-day period. Fluorescence detection by the reader (excitation 340-380 nm / emission 455-465 nm) means failure in the sterilization process. If no fluorescence is detected after 30 minutes of incubation, the result is negative. The positive control must give positive fluorescence readout. It is good practice to incubate a positive control for visual color change. Specifications: Process: Hydrogen peroxide Microorganism: Geobacillus stearothermophilus (ATCC 7953) Population: 10^6 Spores/carrier Read-Out Time: 30 min Regulations: IRAM 37102-1, ISO 11138-1

    SKU: BT96

    $390.99 $315.99

  • Sale -12% Fluorescence SCBI For Steam. 60°C (20 minutes), Ultra Rapid, 50/bx Fluorescence SCBI For Steam. 60°C (20 minutes), Ultra Rapid, 50/bx

    Terragene Fluorescence SCBI For Steam. 60°C (20 minutes), Ultra Rapid, 50/bx

    Ultra Rapid Self-contained Biological Indicator for Steam sterilization processes. Geobacillus stearothermophilus (ATCC 7953) 10^6 spores per vial. Readout: 20 minutes. An optional visual pH color change confirmation could be made after 48 hours of incubation. If the sterilization process has not been successful, the culture medium will change to a greenish color first, and then to yellow during incubation at 60 ºC, thus showing the presence of living spores. If the sterilization process is successful culture medium will remain purple after the incubation process. 7-day readout is optional and not intended to be routinely performed; it is an initial validation of the 20 minute-reading. Fluorescence results may be compared to the 7-day visual reading. Note: If 7-day readout is performed, a humidified environment will be required to avoid medium to dry out. D-Value: Not lower than 1.5 minutes at 121 ºC. Another D-value is informed at 132ºC and at 135ºC. Z-Value is informed. Instructions For Use: Identify the Terragene® Bionova® BT224 SCBI by writing the sterilizer number (in case of having more than one), load number and processing date on the label. Pack the SCBI along with materials to be sterilized in an appropriate package according to recommended sterilization practices. Place the package in those areas which are considered most inaccessible for the sterilizing agent (e.g., the center of the load and areas near the door). Sterilize as usual. After the sterilization process has finished, open the sterilizer door, wait five minutes and remove the SCBI from the package. CAUTION: Wear safety glasses and gloves when removing the Terragene® Bionova® BT224 SCBI from the sterilized package. (Do not crush or handle the SCBI excessively, since this might cause the glass ampoule to burst. Let the SCBI cool down until it reaches room temperature.) 5. Check the Process Indicator on SCBI label. A color change to brown indicates that the SCBI has been exposed to Steam. ( This color change does not evidence the process effectiveness to achieve sterility. If the Process Indicator color has not changed, check the sterilization process.) 6. Press the lid to seal the tube. Crush the ampoule contained in the SCBI with an individual ampoule crusher or with the ampoule crusher placed within the incubator´s incubation area. Then shake the tube down vigorously, with movements similar to those performed to lower the temperature in a mercury thermometer, until the medium reaches the base of the tube and soaks the spore carrier entirely. Finally, place the SCBI in the incubator. 7. Incubate the processed indicator and the positive control indicator in the appropriate Terragene® Bionova® Auto-Reader Incubators for a maximum of 20 minutes at (60 ± 2) °C for ultra rapid readout. Important: Use a non-sterilized SCBI as a positive control at least once per day, when a sterilization cycle is run. The positive control ensures that correct incubation conditions were met; capability of medium to promote rapid growth; viability of spores has not been altered due to improper storage temperature, humidity or proximity to chemicals and proper functioning of Terragene® Bionova® Auto-Reader Incubators. Both, the positive control indicator and the processed indicator, should belong to the same batch. Note: Holding time between sterilization and incubation should not exceed a 7-day period. Fluorescence detection by the reader (excitation 340-380 nm / emission 455-465 nm) means a failure in the sterilization process. If no fluorescence is detected at 20-minute incubation, the result is negative. The positive control must give positive fluorescence readout. It is good practice to incubate a positive control for a visual color change.

    SKU: BT224

    $290.99 $255.99

  • Sale -14% Fluorescence Hyper Rapid SCBI For H2O2. 60°C (5 minutes), 50/Bx Fluorescence Hyper Rapid SCBI For H2O2. 60°C (5 minutes), 50/Bx

    Terragene Fluorescence Hyper Rapid SCBI For H2O2. 60°C (5 minutes), 50/Bx

    Hyper Rapid Self-contained Biological Indicator for Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide sterilization processes. Final readout: 5 minutes. Indications For Use: Terragene® Bionova® BT98 fluorescence hyper rapid readout Biological Indicators have been designed for quick and easy monitoring of Plasma or vaporized hydrogen Peroxide sterilization cycles. Device Description: Terragene® Bionova® BT98 fluorescence hyper rapid readout Biological Indicators are single-use Self-Contained Biological Indicators (SCBIs) that consist of a polypropylene tube, a spore carrier and a glass ampoule with a culture medium, enclosed with a colored cap. Each tube contains a population of Geobacillus stearotermophilus ATCC 7953 spores inoculated on a spore carrier, a plastic cap with holes and a barrier permeable to Plasma or Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide. Each BT98 has a Process Indicator on label that changes from purple to green when exposed to hydrogen peroxide. Precautions: Warning: Do not use Terragene® Bionova® BT98 SCBI to control EO, Dry Heat, Formaldehyde or other sterilization processes different from specified. Do not reuse SCBI. Warning:  Place one or more SCBI in sterilizing hard-to-reach areas to ensure all areas of the chamber are sterilized. Please evaluate all load configurations to ensure ALL hard-to-reach areas have been identified, and place a SCBI in each of those locations. Warning:  Do not reuse the sterilizer until the SCBI test result is negative. Instructions For Use: Identify the Terragene® Bionova® BT98 SCBI by writing the sterilizer number (incase of having more than one), load number and processing date on the label. Pack the SCBI along with materials to be sterilized in an appropriate package according to recommended sterilization practices. Place the package in those areas which are considered most inaccessible for the sterilizing agent (e.g., the center of the load and areas near the door). Sterilize as usual. After the sterilization process has finished, open the sterilizer door, wait five minutes and remove the SCBI from the package. Caution Wear safety glasses and gloves when removing the Terragene® Bionova® BT98 SCBI from the sterilized package. ( Do not crush or handle the SCBI excessively, since this might cause the glass ampoule to burst. Let the SCBI cool down until it reaches room temperature.) Check the Process Indicator on SCBI label. A color change to green indicates that the SCBI has been exposed to Hydrogen Peroxide. IMPORTANT: This color change does not evidence the process effectiveness to achieve sterility. If the color of the Process Indicator has not changed, check the sterilization process. Press the lid to seal the tube. Crush the ampoule contained in the SCBI with an individual ampoule crusher or with the ampoule crusher placed within the incubator´s incubation area. Then shake the tube down vigorously, with movements similar to those performed to lower the temperature in a mercury thermometer, until the medium reaches the base of the tube and soaks the spore carrier entirely. Finally, place the SCBI in the incubator. Incubate the processed indicator and the positive control indicator in the appropriate Terragene® Bionova® auto-reader incubators for a maximum of 5 minutes at (60 ± 2) °C for hyper rapid readout. (Holding time between sterilization and incubation should not exceed a 1-hour period.) Important: Use a non-sterilized SCBI as a positive control at least once per day, when a sterilization cycle is run. The positive control ensures that correct incubation conditions were met; the capability of the medium to promote rapid growth; viability of spores has not been altered due to improper storage temperature, humidity or proximity to chemicals and proper functioning of Terragene® Bionova® Auto-Reader Incubators. Both, the positive co