Detection of protein residue on instruments and surfaces.
- Quick detection of insoluble protein residue
- Colour change to blue indicates a contaminated surface
- Dye binding method for a detection limit of 1µg
- No interference with Glutaraldehyde or Peracetic acid
Pyromol-Test is based on a dye binding method which is also used in clinical chemistry.
Blood contains large amount of protein which can be detected at a low level.
The Pyromol-Test is used for the detection of protein residue where HemoCheck-S cannot be used.
Example: Other sources of protein than blood.
A blue spot on the swab indicates protein residue on the tested surface.
NOTE: Contaminated instruments are a hygiene risk and need to be rejected. Instruments need to be free of any residue!