The BioSurface Technologies 2016 Global Sales Map emphasizes the fact that BioSurface Technologies sells products all over the world. In 2016, almost 50% of sales were international, with deliveries going to 27 different countries. Take a look at our map of 2016...
When developing antimicrobial products for disinfection of biofilms, the methods and tests you use are very important. These must be standardized to ensure product claims are true and relevent. The USEPA is the government body in charge of these regulations in...
We are pleased to announce the release of the new training videos for the Drip Flow Biofilm Reactor (DFR). The Center for Biofilm Engineering (CBE) at Montana State University (MSU) has spent the last year developing and producing this series of videos. The...
Come See Us At The Montana Biofilm Science & Technology Meeting 2017 BioSurface Technologies Corp. will be attending the Summer Montana Biofilm Science & Technology Meeting 2017 (MBM)! The Center for Biofilm Engineering (CBE) at Montana State University...
When using our products, it is important to have an existing experimental framework. Having well established and widely accepted methods in place is one of the most important aspects of our biofilm reactors. In this post, we’ll explain what the ASTM...
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