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Textiles - IFAI 2018

Minimum Biocidal Concentration (MBC)

bacteria streak_cut1Minimum Biocidal Concentration (MBC) testing determines the lowest antimicrobial concentration that will kill test organisms.  MBC is generally performed after Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) testing.

Customers commonly request MBC testing to evaluate formulation problems that may arise from chemical ingredients combining in a way that prevents the antimicrobial properties in the formula from performing as intended.

Results yield important information on the lowest concentration of the antimicrobial that can be used effectively, which is an important aspect of product development for antimicrobial products.

This data can help customers reduce costs and time associated with developing a product.

Additionally, reducing the amount of antimicrobial that is needed in the substance’s formulation in itself allows customers to reallocate resources efficiently and cut down on unnecessary costs.

Customers commonly request MBC testing for multiple formulation concentrations.   Testing different formulation concentrations allows for a improved comparison of what may or may not work.

Although it is not uncommon to test the highest and lowest concentrations feasible for a product, it is beneficial to test a range of concentrations to quickly determine which concentration is most effective.

For more information on MBC and Antimicrobial testing, contact our antimicrobial lab at 847-483-9950 info@situtest.com.

Situ Biosciences is Exhibiting in the Advanced Textiles Testing Demo Zone!

Booth #A2931

@ IFAI Expo 2018 – October 15-18, 2018; Dallas,TX

Come listen to our presentation:  “Antimicrobial Textiles: Achieving Enhanced Performance and Durability”  

The presentation is scheduled: Monday, October 15th, from 1:30-2:20pm

Let us know if you’d like to have a meeting at the conference!

847-483-9950 | info@situtest.com