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ProExpose Protein Detection Test

ProExpose Protein Detection Test

Quick Overview

The Propper ProExposeTM Protein Detection Test utilizes a simple dye-binding method for protein detection that results in a clear, easy-to-read color change. At the start of the test, the solution is brown then turns blue when protein is detected. If the color remains brown, you can be assured that cleaning was sufficient for the swabbed area. Aside from simple protein detection, the test yields semi-quantitative results: the higher the concentration of protein present in the solution, the darker and more saturated blue color appears in the test vials.


Swirl the swab vigorously in the test vial for 5 seconds and observe the result. The test is sensitive to 1µg of protein and no incubation is required.

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
26923400 - Endoscope Channel Protein Detection Test: 2.5 meter long swab with a 2.8 mm diameter tip, 1 BX of 3 tests & control
$25.50
26923300 - Short swab Protein Detection Test: 3" long swab, 1 BX of 30 tests & control
$78.80
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ProExpose Protein Detection Test

Quick Overview

The Propper ProExposeTM Protein Detection Test utilizes a simple dye-binding method for protein detection that results in a clear, easy-to-read color change. At the start of the test, the solution is brown then turns blue when protein is detected. If the color remains brown, you can be assured that cleaning was sufficient for the swabbed area. Aside from simple protein detection, the test yields semi-quantitative results: the higher the concentration of protein present in the solution, the darker and more saturated blue color appears in the test vials.


Swirl the swab vigorously in the test vial for 5 seconds and observe the result. The test is sensitive to 1µg of protein and no incubation is required.

Details

Often invisible to the naked eye, biological soil residues left behind by insuffcient cleaning can shield bacterial spores from sterilization processes, and become a breeding ground for pathogens.


Cleaning thoroughly to completely remove these residues is required before high-level disinfection or sterilization can begin. Verifying that adequate cleaning has taken place can be a daunting task, especially with complex instruments, such as flexible endoscopes.


Propper’s ProExposeTM Protein Detection kits are fast, easy-to-use color change tests that allow you to check for protein residue on instruments, including flexible endoscopes. Using these products as a part of your cleaning verification process will help identify areas where cleaning needs to improve and, ultimately, protect your patients from infections.


Propper is committed to supporting those with the responsibility of cleaning, disinfection and sterilization with innovative products, made in the USA, and attentive service.

ProExpose Protein Detection Test

Quick Overview

The Propper ProExposeTM Protein Detection Test utilizes a simple dye-binding method for protein detection that results in a clear, easy-to-read color change. At the start of the test, the solution is brown then turns blue when protein is detected. If the color remains brown, you can be assured that cleaning was sufficient for the swabbed area. Aside from simple protein detection, the test yields semi-quantitative results: the higher the concentration of protein present in the solution, the darker and more saturated blue color appears in the test vials.


Swirl the swab vigorously in the test vial for 5 seconds and observe the result. The test is sensitive to 1µg of protein and no incubation is required.

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