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What Are Luminometers (ATP Meters)?

Luminometers (ATP Meters) measure adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is an indicator of biological contamination.

All living organisms — including bacteria — produce ATP, so measuring it gives an indication of whether a surface or area has been contaminated with bacteria.

The meters work in conjunction with ATP swabs, which exposes a sample to a specific enzyme and measures the reaction between the sample and the enzyme. The reaction will create light and the luminometer will measure how much light the sample emits. The intensity of the light emitted is proportional to the amount of ATP present. Stronger light indicates heavier ATP contamination than weaker light.

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Why Choose Hygiena ATP Testing?

Hygiena is a trusted name in commercial, manufacturing, industrial and hygiene industries, making the most dependable ATP meters and luminometers on the market. Regardless of what you’re testing or what you’re testing for, Hygiena can accommodate all your ATP testing needs.

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How Long it Takes to Get Results

Other Equipment Needed

AllerFlow GlutenGluten contamination on surfaces10 minutesNone
AllerSnapProtein Contamination on surfaces15 – 30 minutes– An incubator capable of incubating at 37 or 55 degrees Celsius– A timer
AquaSnap FreeATP Molecule in Water sample15 seconds (from time inserted into luminometer)– A luminometer
AquaSnap Water Biological Contamination Sampling DeviceBiological contamination in liquid15 seconds (from time inserted into luminometer)– A luminometer
Calibration Control Kit for EnSure and SystemSure LuminometersUsed to calibrate luminometers– A luminometer
EnSure LuminometerMultiple contaminantsVaries, but usually 15 seconds– A collection device with a sample
InSite ListeriaListeria on surfaces24 – 48 hours– An incubator capable of incubating at 37 degrees Celsius– A timer
InSite SalmonellaSalmonella on surfaces24 – 48 hours– An incubator capable of incubating at 37 degrees Celsius– A timer
MicroSnap E. Coli Food Safety Testing KitE. Coli on surfaces & in liquids15 seconds (from time inserted into luminometer)– A luminometer
MicroSnap Enrichment Device (used in conjunction with MicroSnap testing device)Coliform & E. Coli bacteria on surfaces10 minutes & 15 seconds (includes incubation and luminometer reading)– A MicroSnap testing device– An incubator capable of 37 degrees Celsius– A luminometer– A timer
MicroSnap IncubatorVarious contaminantsVaries– Testing devices that require incubation
MicroSnap Testing Device (used in conjunction with MicroSnap enrichment device)Coliform & E. Coli bacteria on surfaces10 minutes & 15 seconds (includes incubation and luminometer reading)– A MicroSnap enrichment device– An incubator capable of 37 degrees Celsius– A luminometer– A timer
MicroSnap Total Coliform Food Safety Testing KitsColiform bacteria on surfaces6 hours for enumeration (quantitative) and 8 hours for presence/absence– An enrichment device– An incubator– A luminometer
MicroSnap Total Enrichment DeviceTotal Viable Count of bacteria7 hours– A MicroSnap Total Viable Count testing device– An incubator capable of 37 degrees Celsius– A luminometer– A timer
MicroSnap Total Viable Count ATP Biological Contamination Detection Test Swabs (used in conjunction with an enrichment device)Total Viable Count of ATP bacteria6 hours for enumeration – quantitative results8 hours for presence/absence – qualitative results– A total enrichment device– An incubator– A luminometer– A timer
ProCleanProtein Residue1 – 10 minutesNone
Q-Swab BPWBacteriaVaries– Agar Plate or Dehydrated Media Film
Q-Swab LetheenBacteriaVaries– Agar Plate or Dehydrated Media Filter
SnapShot Surface ATP (works with BioControl luminometers)ATP Molecule15 seconds (from time inserted into luminometer)– A luminometer
SnapShot Surface ATP (works with Charm luminometers)ATP Molecule15 seconds (from time inserted into luminometer)– A luminometer
SpotCheck PlusGlucose and/or Lactose on surfaces60 secondsNone
SuperSnap ATP Food Safety Testing SwabsATP on surfacesLess than 60 seconds– A luminometer
SystemSure LuminometerMultiple contaminantsVaries, but usually 15 seconds– A collection device with a sample
UltraSnap ATP Surface Biological Contamination TestATP on surfaces15 seconds (from time inserted into luminometer)– A luminometer
WaterShot FreeFree (soluble) ATP in water15 seconds (from time inserted into luminometer)– A luminometer
WaterShot TotalTotal ATP in water15 seconds (from time inserted into luminometer)– A luminometer

What is a Luminometer?
Luminometers (ATP Meters) measure adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is an indicator of biological contamination.

All living organisms — including bacteria — produce ATP, so measuring it gives an indication of whether a surface area or water has been contaminated with bacteria or other proteins.

Out ATP Swabs work in conjunction with a luminometer, which exposes a sample to a specific enzyme and measures the reaction between the sample and the enzyme. The reaction will create light and the luminometer will measure how much light the sample emits. The intensity of the light emitted is proportional to the amount of ATP present. Stronger light indicates heavier ATP contamination than weaker light.

Types of Meters
Hygiena offers two types of ATP meters – the SystemSure Plus and the EnSure luminometer.

Surface Testing
These tests are roughly the size of a pen and work with a luminometer to test for ATP on both soft and hard surfaces.

Liquid Testing
Also about the size of a pen, these tests are specifically designed to test for ATP in water and other liquids.

Universal Testing
Even if you have a luminometer from a brand other than Hygiena, you can find a Hygiena ATP test that will fit that brand’s luminometers.

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