Sorcerer colony counting system

Sorcerer colony counting system
by Perceptive Instruments


Sorcerer is the latest in a highly successful series of automatic colony counting systems from Perceptive Instruments. It combines sophisticated image processing and analysis with an innovative Petri-viewer to provide fast, accurate counts of bacterial and mammalian colonies. Sorcerer is ideal for laboratories engaged in drug development and production, food and milk testing, environmental moni...read more

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Sorcerer is the latest in a highly successful series of automatic colony counting systems from Perceptive Instruments. It combines sophisticated image processing and analysis with an innovative Petri-viewer to provide fast, accurate counts of bacterial and mammalian colonies. Sorcerer is ideal for laboratories engaged in drug development and production, food and milk testing, environmental monitoring and public health. Sorcerer is the only colony counting system available that can boast GLP and FDA 21 CFR part 11 compliance.

  • Automatic colony counting
    for microbial and mammalian cultures
  • Proven range of applications
    including Ames, MLA, UDS, V79, HPRT, SBA
  • Instant plate counts
    from pour, spread and spiral plates, filters and 3 M petrifilm
  • Sophisticated image processing
    for accurate and reproducible counting and sizing
  • Compliant with Good Laboratory Practice
    with audit trails, user permissions and reason prompts
  • Oracle database connectivity
    for optimal security of result and audit data
  • User account management options
    for FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliance
  • Comprehensively tested and validated
    in accordance with our stringent ISO 9001:2000 and TickIT approved testing procedures

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Sorcerer colony counting system by Perceptive Instruments
Sorcerer colony counting system

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