BioSurface Technologies is pleased to announce that we have entered a distribution partnership with Stratix Labs to sell a brand-new product: ReadyNow™ Biofilm Test Carriers. We hope this product will offer new options for biofilm studies to the biofilm testing...
The Drip Flow Biofilm Reactor® was originally developed using polysulfone as the primary material. Polysulfone was chosen due to it’s thermal and chemical robustness. While a useful material, it was found that polysulfone has some drawbacks, including...
The Drip Flow Biofilm Reactor has been an important biofilm reactor for many years now. The standard operating procedures for this reactor requires that the reactor sit at a 10 degree angle during the continuous flow phase. This angle allows for proper...
BioSurface Technologies is pleased to announce our newest biofilm reactor: the Bio-inLine Biofilm Reactor. This device is designed to be similar to the Modified Robbins device, but with a few modifications. The chamber is a half-inch diameter, and almost two feet...
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...
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