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Hygiene Monitoring Impact of Disinfectants on ATP Results



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ATP testing is being used by many food & beverage companies to verify the efficiency of their cleaning procedure. The amount of ATP is measured by the bioluminescence reaction (luciferin + luciferase). Some chemical compounds, including detergents, can affect the light signal of this reaction. Therefore, the presence of disinfectant residues on surfaces can have a negative impact on the reading and lead to false negative results. We provided a scientific comparison study, to see how different sample devices react to the main sanitizers used in food and beverage industry.

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Speakers

Adèle Gisselmann

Adèle Gisselmann

Merck

Global Product Manager Environmental Monitoring

Adèle is the Global Product Manager for Environmental Monitoring, after 3 years in Technical Support at Merck (Process Solutions) and a background in the Food and Beverage industry and microbiology.

Charlotte Lindhardt

Charlotte Lindhardt

Merck

Senior Validation Expert

Tobias Weitzel

Tobias Weitzel

Merck

Head of Operations

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