instaBAG Fraser ½

Filter bag with dehydrated media

Ideal for selective enrichment

Ref 114 220 (Fraser ½ 225 mL)

instaBAG Fraser ½

Filter bag with dehydrated media

Ideal for selective enrichment

Ref 114 220 (Fraser ½ 225 mL)

instaBAG Fraser ½ is a ready-to-use filter bag which includes a dehydrated pre-dosed media, allowing a 2-in-1 process: media preparation and sample preparation for microbiological analyses. Fraser ½ is used as a medium for primary selective enrichment for the detection and enumeration of Listeria monocytogenes.

  • Filter bag with dehydrated pre-dosed media
  • Type of dehydrated media: supplemented Fraser ½
  • Filter porosity: < 250 micrometers
  • Compatible with any laboratory blender

Presentation

Your diluent ready in minutes!

instaBAG is a filter bag which includes a dehydrated pre-dosed media (supplemented Fraser ½), allowing a 2-in-1 process. Skip the time-consuming media preparation.


instaBAG - Place the sample

1. Place the sample in instaBAG


instaBAG - Add sterile water

2. Add sterile and purified water


instaBAG - Blend

3. Blend the instaBAG with the BagMixer

The filtrate is ready to be pipetted

Just add water

Ready-to-use bag with pre-dosed dehydrated media is integrated in the bag. Just add the sample and sterile and purified water. The diluent dissolves itself during blending.

Ideal for Listeria analyses

The pre-dosed dehydrated media is supplemented Fraser ½. instaBAG Fraser ½ is used for primary selective enrichment or as a diluent for the detection and enumeration of Listeria monocytogenes and Listeria spp. (ISO 11290-1, ISO 11290-2) in food and environmental samples.


instaBAG Fraser ½ - Just add water


instaBAG - Space saving


instaBAG - No waste


instaBAG - Less garbage


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The advantages of a filter bag

Filtration is done during blending. There is no need to wait for sedimentation of the debris to pipet.

The filtrate is particle-free, so there is no debris on the Petri dish. Reading is thus facilitated and the results more accurate.


Instant filtration


Instant filtration - No blocked pipet

No blocked pipet from particles


Instant filtration - Debris free

Debris free

Applications

instaBAG supplemented Fraser ½ is used in the food industry and public institutes research. In Fraser, it allows the suspension of solid samples of 25 g diluted at 1/10th for the detection of Listeria monocytogenes. This selective media is already supplemented and ready-to-use. It is validated according to ISO 11133.


Application - Food


Application - Public research

Videos

Videos

instaBAG - Filter blender bag with dehydrated media : Overview

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instaBAG Fraser ½ Safety Data Sheet
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English catalog
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Specifications

Specifications

instaBAG Fraser ½
Reference 114 220
Ideal For pipetting
Precut for pipetting N
Marking zone N
Voume index N
Type of bag Bag with lateral non-woven filter
Bag composition Multilayer: multicoated reinforced complex
Type of filter Non-woven
Filter porosity < 250 micrometers
Type of dehydrated media Supplemented Fraser ½
Weight of dehydrated media 13 g
Sample weight 25 g (± 5 %)
Composition for 1 L media Enzymatic digest of animal tissues: 5,0 g - Casein enzymatic digest: 5,0 g - Meat extract: 5.0 g - Yeast extract: 5.0 g - Sodium chloride: 20.0 g - Dissodium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate: 12.0 g - Potassium dihydrogen phosphate: 1.35 g - Esculine: 1.0 g - Lithium chloride: 3.0 g - Sodium salt of nalidixic acid: 0.01 g - Acriflavine hydrochloride: 0.0125 g - Iron (III) ammoniacal citrate: 0.5 g
Volume of water to be added 225 mL (± 2 %)
Blending time 2 minutes
Bag dimensions 190 x 300 mm
Gamma ray treated 10 to 25 kGy
Average shelf-life 12 months
In compliance with ISO 11133, ISO 11290-2, ISO 7218, ISO 6887 and FDA BAM (Bacteriological Analytical Manual)
Approved for food contact Regulation (EC) N° 1935/2004
Storage conditions Room temperature (+ 10°C to + 30°C). Close the pouch after opening to avoid humidity
Box (w x d x h) 37 x 29 x 12 cm
Gross weight 2.25 kg
Aluminium pouch of 10 bags
Box of 80 bags
instaBAG Fraser ½
Reference 114 220
Ideal For pipetting
Precut for pipetting N
Marking zone N
Voume index N
Type of bag Bag with lateral non-woven filter
Bag composition Multilayer: multicoated reinforced complex
Type of filter Non-woven
Filter porosity < 250 micrometers
Type of dehydrated media Supplemented Fraser ½
Weight of dehydrated media 13 g
Sample weight 25 g (± 5 %)
Composition for 1 L media Enzymatic digest of animal tissues: 5,0 g - Casein enzymatic digest: 5,0 g - Meat extract: 5.0 g - Yeast extract: 5.0 g - Sodium chloride: 20.0 g - Dissodium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate: 12.0 g - Potassium dihydrogen phosphate: 1.35 g - Esculine: 1.0 g - Lithium chloride: 3.0 g - Sodium salt of nalidixic acid: 0.01 g - Acriflavine hydrochloride: 0.0125 g - Iron (III) ammoniacal citrate: 0.5 g
Volume of water to be added 225 mL (± 2 %)
Blending time 2 minutes
Bag dimensions 190 x 300 mm
Gamma ray treated 10 to 25 kGy
Average shelf-life 12 months
In compliance with ISO 11133, ISO 11290-2, ISO 7218, ISO 6887 and FDA BAM (Bacteriological Analytical Manual)
Approved for food contact Regulation (EC) N° 1935/2004
Storage conditions Room temperature (+ 10°C to + 30°C). Close the pouch after opening to avoid humidity
Box (w x d x h) 37 x 29 x 12 cm
Gross weight 2.25 kg
Aluminium pouch of 10 bags
Box of 80 bags

Calibrated according to the G.L.P (Good Laboratory Practice)

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