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Test CodeTATTest Code NameTest Code DescriptionMax Hold TimeSamples Accepted:Samples Accepted at:
10013-5 DaysAir, Total Bacterial Counts without IDs, TAT 3-5 Day24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10023-5 DaysSurface/Wipe, Total Bacterial Counts without IDs, TAT 3-5 Day24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10032-3 DayWater, Total Bacterial Count Without/IDs, TAT 2-3 DayWater that requires bacterial count but needs dilutions because of higher bacterial population.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10043-5 DaysBulk, Total Bacterial Count without IDs, TAT 3-5 Day24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10052-3 DayAir, Bacterial Count w/ Full Genus ID, TAT 2-3 DayRefrigerate plates until overnight to the lab. Do not ship on Friday.

For pathogens in hospital air test code 2021 (25° & 35° C) Air Total Bacterial Counts w/ID
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10063 DaysSurface/Wipe, Bacterial Count w/ Full Genus ID - TAT 3 DaysDo not ship on Friday.

Samples should be refrigerated until shipped. For bacterial assessment of non-porous surfaces, example: HVAC, window sills, cooling coils, air diffusers.

Surface area sampled must be noted on COC. Areas can range from 1x1 sq. in., 2x2 sq. in, 4x4 sq. in, or 6x6 sq. in. Investigation dictates the area sampled. For pathogens in hospital wipes, use test code 2034 (25° & 37°C) Wipe Total Bacterial Count w/ID.
Use 3M sponges for collection.
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10072-3 DayWater, Bacterial Count w/ Full Genus ID, TAT 2-3 DaysDo not ship on Friday.

For pathogens in hospital water, use test code 2024 (35°C) or 2037 (25°C) Water Total Bacterial Counts w/ID

Potable, non-potable, utility water
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1007.12-3 DayWater, Product Control, Bacteria Positive SpikeThis Control Test is designed for water or liquid products when a customer needs to verify their sample will support the growth of a gram positive and a gram-negative bacteria. There can be inhibiting factors already present in their water or product so this verifies that the results from their product challenge is not a false negative.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1007.22-3 DayWater, Concentration Method, Bacterial Count w/ Full Genus ID, TAT 2-3 DaysThis TC concentrates a liquid sample in order to recover low bacterial counts. The sample is concentrated then plated using standard dilutions, making this test more sensitive than standard dilutions plated from primary sample.
For pathogens in hospital water, use test code 2024 (35°C) or 2037 (25°C) Water Total Bacterial Counts w/ID

Potable, non-potable, utility water
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10082-3 DayBulk Bacterial Count w/ Full Genus ID - TAT 2-3 DaysDo not ship on Friday.

Can be sent in clean ziploc or container.

Typical samples for this test include carpet dust collected with a high volume pump collected at 15 lpm and a PCM cassette until there is approximately a quarter teaspoon of fine dust on the PCM filter.

Samples can also include pieces of drywall, carpet, cove base, insulation - any type of bulk material. When collecting this type of dust it can also be used for allergen testing.

The most common allergen panel are test codes 1084 and 1075.
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10093-5 DaysWater, Total Anaerobic Count with Genus ID, TAT 3-5 DayDo not ship on Friday.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10102-3 DayWater, Potable, E.coli/total coliforms Colisure (P/A), TAT 2-3 DayCannot receive Friday, will incur weekend charge. Contact lab to coordinate.

NJ, CA, and CO can receive on Friday for Saturday read.
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1010.248 HourWater, Potable, E.coli/total coliforms Colisure (P/A), NY TAT 48 HourPresence/absence detect E. coli and coliforms in a 100 ml water sample as dictated by the CFR 40

NJ, CA, and CO can receive on Friday for Saturday read.
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayNew Jersey
1010.448 HourWater, Non-Potable, E.coli/total coliforms Colisure (P/A), NY TAT 48 HourPresence/absence detect E. coli and coliforms in a 100 ml water sample as dictated by the CFR 40

NJ, CA, and CO can receive on Friday for Saturday read.
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayNew Jersey
10112-3 DayWater, Non-Potable, E.coli/total coliforms Colisure (P/A) - TAT 2-3 DayCannot receive Friday, will incur weekend charge. Contact lab to coordinate.

NJ, CA, and CO can receive on Friday for Saturday read.
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10122-3 DaySurface/Wipe, E.coli/total coliforms Colisure (P/A) - TAT 2-3 DayThis is used after a black water event, customers want to determine the P/A of total coliforms and E. coli.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10132-3 DayBulk, Total E.coli/coliforms Colisure (P/A) - TAT 1-2 DayCannot receive Friday, will incur weekend charge. Contact lab to coordinate.

NJ, CA, and CO can receive on Friday for Saturday read.
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1014Chlorine Test
10142 HourWater, Free Chlorine via DPD, TAT 24 HourMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10157-12 DaysWater, Legionella Analysis, CDC Method (Includes Serogroup 1 and 2-15), 250 mL, TAT 7-10 DayThe CDC Method used (Includes Serogroup 1 and 2-15) depends upon whether the water is Potable, Non-Potable (utility water) or cooling towers.24-72 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1015.110-12 DaysWater, Potable, Legionella Analysis, ISO 11731:1998, 1 Liter, TAT 10-12 DayISO 11731:1198 is for samples taken in the state of New York. Samples can be accepted in the NJ lab on Saturday until 1pm.

If shipping, samples must be shipped Saturday First AM. New Jersey lab holds NY ELAP Certification for potable and non-potable waters
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayNew Jersey
1015.210-12 DaysWater, Non-Potable, Legionella Analysis, ISO 11731:1998, 1 Liter, TAT 10-12 DayISO 11731:1198 is for samples taken in the state of New York. Samples can be accepted in the NJ lab on Saturday until 1pm.

If shipping, samples must be shipped Saturday First AM. New Jersey lab holds NY ELAP Certification for potable and non-potable waters
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayNew Jersey
1015.310-12 DaysWater, Non-Potable, Legionella analysis by filtration and Acid treatment, TAT 10-12 DayLegionella analysis of cooling towers mainly that requires lower detection, so both filtration and acid treatment may be done to isolate Legionella colonies.72 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1015.47-12 DaysWater, Legionella pneumophila Detection, Legiolert (Quanti-Tray), TAT 7-10Legionella pneumophila detection by bacterial enzyme assay (IDEXX).24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayCalifornia; Florida
1015.510-12 DaysWater, Non-Potable, Legionella Analysis, ISO 11731:1998, 250 mL, TAT 10-12 Day ISO 11731:1198 is for samples taken in the state of New York. Samples can be accepted in the NJ lab on Saturday until 1pm.

If shipping, samples must be shipped Saturday First AM. New Jersey lab holds NY ELAP Certification for potable and non-potable waters
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayNew Jersey
1015.610-12 DaysWater, Potable, Legionella Analysis, ISO 11731:1998, 250 mL, TAT 10-12 Day ISO 11731:1198 is for samples taken in the state of New York. Samples can be accepted in the NJ lab on Saturday until 1pm.

If shipping, samples must be shipped Saturday First AM. New Jersey lab holds NY ELAP Certification for potable and non-potable waters
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayNew Jersey
1015.77-12 DaysWater, Legionella Analysis, CDC Method (Includes Serogroup 1 and 2-15),1 liter, TAT 7-10 Day The CDC Method used (Includes Serogroup 1 and 2-15) depends upon whether the water is Potable, Non-Potable (utility water) or cooling towers.24-72 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10167-12 DaysAir, Legionella Analysis CDC Method, 7-12 DayCDC Method (Includes Serogroup 1 and 2-15).

Samples must be kept refrigerated until shipped. Do NOT ship on Friday.
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10177-12 DaysSurface/Wipe, Legionella Analysis CDC Method, TAT 7-12 DayCDC Method (Includes Serogroup 1 and 2-15) Surface/Wipe

Do not ship samples on Friday.
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1017.17-12 DaysSurface/Wipe, Legionella Analysis CDC Method, 1 liter, TAT 7-12 DayCDC Method (Includes Serogroup 1 and 2-15) Surface/Wipe

Do not ship samples on Friday.
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1018NADCA Vacuum Gravimetric Analysis (Includes Cassette)
10231023 Particle Characterization - Quantitative Analysis
1024Total Fungal Count
10255-7 DaysAir, Total Fungal Counts without IDs, TAT 5-7 Day24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10262-3 DayAir, Non-biological Particle Characterization, TAT 2-3 Day*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
102624 HourAir, Non-biological Particle Characterization, TAT 24 Hour*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1026Same DayAir, Non-biological Particle Characterization, TAT Same Day*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
102648 HourAir, Non-biological Particle Characterization, TAT 48 Hour*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10275-7 DaysWater, Total Fungal Count Without/IDs, TAT 5-7 DayWater that requires fungal count but needs dilutions because of higher fungal population.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10282-3 DayWipe, Sewage Screen (E.coli/fecal coliforms, Enterococcus) - TAT 2-3 DayCannot receive on Friday without incurring weekend charge. Must be scheduled ahead of samples being received by lab.

This is a profile that can be used to determine the P/A of fecal bacteria after a grey or black water event.
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1028.12-3 DaySurface/Wipe, Sewage Screen (E.coli/total coliforms, Enterococcus)Cannot receive on Friday without incurring weekend charge. Must be scheduled ahead of samples being received by lab.

This is a profile that can be used to determine the P/A of fecal bacteria after a grey or black water event.
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10292-3 DayWater, Sewage Screen (E.coli/fecal coliforms, Enterococcus), TAT 2-3 DaysCannot receive on Friday without incurring weekend charge. Must be scheduled ahead of samples being received by lab.

This is a profile that can be used to determine the P/A of fecal bacteria after a grey or black water event.

2 (120 ml) sample bottles are needed per 1029 test code.

Used as a clearance test post abatement.
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia; Coloardo
1029.124 HourWater, Potable, Sewage screen, E.coli/fecal coliforms (P/A), TAT 24-48 hrsTo test potable water for Presence /absence of E.coli and fecal coliforms.
This testing has sensitivity 1 colony forming unit/100 ml of the sample tested.
Requires 2 100 ml samples with preservative per location
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10305-7 DaysAir, Fungal Count w/ Complete Genus Identification - TAT 5-7 Days*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID

This is the general test code for fungal indoor air quality assessment.

Typical air volume:
Andersen: 141.5 liters (28.3 liters per minute x 5 mins)
SAS: general IAQ 200 liters (2 x 100 lpm)

This is not to be used for hospital assessments. For pathogens in hospital air, refer to test code 2116 (25°C), 2117 (37°C), 2118 (45°C) Air Total Fungal Count w/IDs
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10315-7 DaysSurface/Wipe, Fungal Count w/ Complete Genus ID - TAT 5-7 Days*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID

This is the general test code for fungal indoor air quality assessment.

Surface area sampled must be noted on COC. Areas can range from 1x1 sq. in., 2x2 sq. in, 4x4 sq. in, or 6x6 sq. in. Investigation dictates the area sampled.

This is not to be used for hospital assessments
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10325-7 DaysWater, Fungal Count w/Complete Genus ID - TAT 5-7 Days*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID

For pathogens in hospital water, refer to test code 2126 (25C°) 2127 (35C°), 2128 (45C°) Fungal Clinical Pathogen test codes.

*It is important that the customer tell us if they want us to dilute the water or concentrate the water.*
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10335-7 DaysBulk, Fungal Count w/ Complete Genus ID - TAT 5-7 Days*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID

Typical samples for this test include carpet dust collected with a high volume pump collected at 15 lpm and a PCM cassette until there is approximately a quarter teaspoon of fine dust on the PCM filter.

Samples can also include pieces of drywall, carpet, cove base, insulation - any type of bulk material. When collecting this type of dust it can also be used for allergen testing. 

The most common allergen panel are test codes 1084 and 1075.
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10355-7 DaysBulk, Stachybotrys & Fungal Count w/ Full Genus ID - TAT 5-7 Days*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID

This profile includes the use of selective Stachybotrys agar (cellulose agar).

Samples can be submitted in a clean ziploc bag or a PCM cassette.

In addition to a full fungal with full genus ID, this test code is selective for Stachybotrys species. In addition to the typical MEA used in the lab, we also do dilutions on Cellulose agar for this test code.

Typical samples for this test include carpet dust collected with a high volume pump collected at 15 lpm and a PCM cassette until there is approximately a quarter teaspoon of fine dust on the PCM filter.

Samples can also include pieces of drywall, carpet, cove base, insulation - any type of bulk material. When collecting this type of dust it can also be used for allergen testing.
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10362-3 DaySurface/Wipe, Stachybotrys Direct Microscopic Exam - TAT 2-3 DaysThis direct microscopic exam screens for Stachybotrys spores.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10375-7 DaysSurface/Wipe, Stachybotrys & Fungal Count w/ Full Genus ID - TAT 5-7 Days*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID

This profile includes the use of selective Stachybotrys agar (cellulose agar).
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10385-7 DaysAir, Stachybotrys species & Fungal Count w/ Full Genus ID - TAT 5-7 Days*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID

This profile includes the use of selective Stachybotrys agar (cellulose agar).
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10453-5 DaysAir, Thermophilic Actinomycete Count - TAT 3-5 DaysThis test code checks for thermophilic bacteria that grown at 55 degrees celsius24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10463-5 DaysSurface/Wipe, Thermophilic Actinomycete Count -TAT 3-5 DaysThis test code checks for thermophilic bacteria that grow at 55c24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1047Legionella Analysis, CDC Method (Includes Serogroup 1)
10483-5 DaysBulk, Thermophilic Actinomycete Count - TAT 3-5 DaysThis test code checks for thermophilic bacteria that grows at 55C24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10493-5 DaysSurface/Wipe, Quantitative Direct Microscopic Exam, TAT 3-5 Days*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
104924 HourSurface/Wipe, Quantitative Direct Microscopic Exam, TAT 24 hr*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1049Same DaySurface/Wipe, Quantitative Direct Microscopic Exam, TAT Same Day*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10494 HourSurface/Wipe, Quantitative Direct Microscopic Exam, TAT 4 hr*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10502-3 DayBulk, Qualitative Direct Microscopic Exam - TAT 2-3 DaysThis test identifies fungal spores, hyphae, conidiophores.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
105024 HourBulk, Qualitative Direct Microscopic Exam - TAT 24 hrThis test identifies fungal spores, hyphae, conidiophores.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1050Same DayBulk, Qualitative Direct Microscopic Exam - TAT Same DayThis test identifies fungal spores, hyphae, conidiophores.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10504 HourBulk, Qualitative Direct Microscopic Exam - TAT 4 hrThis test identifies fungal spores, hyphae, conidiophores.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10512-3 DaySurface/Wipe, Qualitative Direct Microscopic Exam, TAT 2-3 DaysThis test identifies fungal spores, hyphae, conidiophores.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
105124 HourSurface/Wipe, Qualitative Direct Microscopic Exam, TAT 24hrThis test identifies fungal spores, hyphae, conidiophores.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1051Same DaySurface/Wipe, Qualitative Direct Microscopic Exam, TAT Same DayThis test identifies fungal spores, hyphae, conidiophores.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10514 HourSurface/Wipe, Qualitative Direct Microscopic Exam, TAT 4hrThis test identifies fungal spores, hyphae, conidiophores.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10523-5 DaysWater, Qualitative Direct Microscopic Exam - TAT 3-5 DaysThis test identifies fungal spores, hyphae, conidiophores, protozoans and bacteria if present in large concentrations.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
105224 HourWater, Qualitative Direct Microscopic Exam - TAT 24 hrThis test identifies fungal spores, hyphae, conidiophores, protozoans and bacteria if present in large concentrations.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1052Same DayWater, Qualitative Direct Microscopic Exam - TAT Same DayThis test identifies fungal spores, hyphae, conidiophores, protozoans and bacteria if present in large concentrations.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10524 HourWater, Qualitative Direct Microscopic Exam - TAT 4 hrThis test identifies fungal spores, hyphae, conidiophores, protozoans and bacteria if present in large concentrations.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1053Direct Microscopic Exam
10542-3 DayAir, Spore Trap Analysis, TAT 2-3 DaySpore trap reports identification of fungal spores and fragments in addition to quantitation of each fungal spore seen.

*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identified
N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
105424 HourAir, Spore Trap Analysis, TAT 24 HourSpore trap reports identification of fungal spores and fragments in addition to quantitation of each fungal spore seen.

*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identified
N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1054Same DayAir, Spore Trap Analysis, TAT Same DaySpore trap reports identification of fungal spores and fragments in addition to quantitation of each fungal spore seen.

*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identified
N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10544 HourAir, Spore Trap Analysis, TAT 4 HourSpore trap reports identification of fungal spores and fragments in addition to quantitation of each fungal spore seen.

*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identified
N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1055Direct Microscopic Exam
10575-7 DaysSurface/Wipe, Thermophilic Fungal Count w/ Full Genus ID - TAT 5-7 DaysThis test code is used when looking for thermophilic Aspergillus species especially when looking for Aspergillus fumigatus

*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1058Surface, Bacterial, Negative Control
10585-7 DaysBulk, Thermophilic Fungal Count w/ Full Genus ID - TAT 5-7 DaysThis test code is used when looking for thermophilic Aspergillus species especially when looking for Aspergillus fumigatus

*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1059Surface, Fungal, Negative Control
10595-7 DaysAir, Thermophilic Fungal Count w/ Full Genus ID - TAT 5-7 DaysThis test code is used when looking for thermophilic Aspergillus species especially when looking for Aspergillus fumigatus

*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
106310-12 DaysBulk, Legionella Analysis, CDC Method, TAT 10-12 DayCDC Method (Includes Serogroup 1 and 2-15). Examples of samples might be wet building materials suspected of being a reservoirs for Legionella.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10642-3 DaySurface, USP 797, Bacterial ID Add On, TAT 2-3 DaysWhen additional bacterial IDs are requested customer has to notify the laboratory within 24 hours of receiving results.

This test code is not used for complete speciation of bacteria.
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1064.23-5 DaysSubculture ID, Bacterial Genus and species ID, TAT 3-5 Day24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1064.37-12 DaysSubculture ID, Fungal Genus and species ID, TAT 7-14 Day24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10665-7 DaysSurface/Wipe, Stachybotrs Culture, Direct Exam and Total Fungal Count - TAT 5-7 Days*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID

This profile includes the use of selective Stachybotrys agar (cellulose agar).

This direct microscopic exam screens for Stachybotrys spores.
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10676 WeeksAir, Mycobacterium (NTM) Culture and Count,TAT 6 WeeksThis test code looks for Mycobacterium in IAQ settings. If isolated, speciation is sent out to a subcontracting lab. Prelims issued at 3 weeks.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
1068Bulk, Mycobacteria Culture/Count
1069Fungal Identification
10705-7 DaysWater, Nitrifying Bacteria (BART Kit) P/A, TAT 5 DaysThis test checks for Nitrifying bacteria in water.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
1070.3Water, Biofilm-Associated Direct Microscopic Exam
10718 DaysWater, Iron-Related Bacteria (BART Kit), TAT 8 DaysThis test checks for iron related bacteria in water. Does not identify any specific type of bacteria24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
10728 DaysWater, Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria (BART Kit), TAT 8 DaysThis test checks for Sulfate-Reducing bacteria in water24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10738 DaysWater, Biofilm-Associated Bacteria (BART Kit) P/A, TAT 8 DaysThis test checks for Slime forming bacteria in water which includes slime BART and Flor -BART24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
1073.12-3 DayWater, Biofilm-Associated (BART-Kit), TAT 2-3 Day24 Hours
1073.25-7 DaysWater, Biofilm-Associated Fungal Culture24 Hours
1073.32-3 DayWater, Biofilm-Associated (BART-Kit), Direct Microscopic Exam, 2-3 Day24 Hours
1073.42-3 DaySurface/Wipe, Biofilm-Assocated Bacterial Culture24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
1073.52-3 DaySurface/Wipe, Biofilm-Assocated Fungal Culture24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
1073.62-3 DaySurface/Wipe, Biofilm-Assocated Direct Microscopic Exam24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
1073.72-3 DayBulk, Biofilm-Assocated Bacterial Culture24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
1073.82-3 DayBulk, Biofilm-Assocated Fungal CultureMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
1073.92-3 DayBulk, Biofilm-Assocated Direct Microscopic Exam24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
10742-3 DayAir, Total E. coli / coliforms - TAT 2-3 DayThis test code is typically used when screening for gram negative rods after a black water event OR post verification samples.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10757-12 DaysAllergen Panel 8 (Dust Mites p1/f1, Cockroach, Cat, Dog, Mouse, Rat, Mite Grp 2)N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
10768 DaysWater, Acid-Producing Bacteria (BART Kit) P/A, TAT 8 DaysThis test checks for Acid -Producing bacteria in water24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
10778 DaysWater, Fluorescent Pseudomonads (BART Kit) P/A, TAT 8 DaysThis test checks for the presence of Fluorescent Pseudomonads in water24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
10783-5 DaysWater, De-nitrifying Bacteria (BART Kit) P/A, TAT 4 DaysThis test checks for De-nitrifying bacteria in water24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
10792-3 DayWater, Filamentous Iron Bacteria (Direct Microscopic), TAT 2-3 DaysN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10802-3 DayWater, Spore Strip Sterility Testing24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
1080.43-5 DaysWater, Biological Indicator, Positive Sample Confirmation (35c- 55c), TAT 3-5 DayPositive Biological Indicator Sample Submitted for Subculture24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
108115 DaysWater, MIC Kit 5 (ANA/APB/IRB/LNB/SRB) Quantitative, TAT 15 DaysThis kit checks for anaerobic bacteria, acid producing bacteria, iron-related bacteria, low nutrient.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
1082pH Analysis: 24Hr TAT
10837-12 DaysPolyclonal Dust Mites (MARIA - Der-p1 & Der-f1)N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
10847-12 DaysAllergen Panel 5 (MARIA - Dust Mites p1/f1, Cockroach, Cat, Dog)N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
10857-12 DaysCockroach Allergen (MARIA)N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
10867-12 DaysCat Dander Allergen (MARIA)N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
10877-12 DaysDog Dander Allergen (MARIA)N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
10887-12 DaysMouse Allergen (MARIA)N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
10897-12 DaysRat Allergen (MARIA)N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
10907-12 DaysMite Group 2 Allergen (MARIA)N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
10916 WeeksSurface/Wipe, Mycobacterium (NTM) Culture & Count, TAT 6 WeeksThis test code looks for Mycobacterium in IAQ settings. If isolated, speciation is sent out to a subcontracting lab. Prelims issued at 3 weeks.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
1095Water, Cryptococcus and Fungal Count w/ Full Genus ID
10955-7 DaysWater, Cryptococcus & Fungal Count w/ Full Genus ID - TAT 5-7 DaysThis test code is used when evaluating an environment with bird, bat or pigeon droppings. In this environment Histoplasma is the fungus of concern. The lab cannot effectively culture out Histoplasma during the 6 week incubation. Due to the overgrowth of saprophytic fungi. CDC suggests using Cryptococcus as a surrogate for Histoplasma because droppings contain Cryptococcus

*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
10966 WeeksWater, Mycobacterium (NTM) Culture - TAT 6 WeeksThis test code looks for Mycobacterium in water. It is used in general IAQ water assessments. If isolated, speciation is sent out to a subcontracting lab. Prelims issued at 3 weeks.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
10966 WeeksWater, Nontuberculous Mycobacterium (NTM) Culture with decontamination protocol, TAT 6 Weeks24 Hours
10975-7 DaysSurface/Wipe, Cryptococcus & Fungal Count w/ Full Genus ID - TAT 5-7 DaysThis test code is used when evaluating an environment with bird, bat or pigeon droppings. In this environment Histoplasma is the fungus of concern. The lab cannot effectively culture out Histoplasma during the 6 week incubation. Due to the overgrowth of saprophytic fungi. CDC suggests using Cryptococcus as a surrogate for Histoplasma because droppings contain Cryptococcus.

*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10985-7 DaysAir, Cryptococcus specs. & Fungal Count w/ Full Genus ID - TAT 5-7 DaysThis test code is used when evaluating an environment with bird, bat or pigeon droppings. In this environment Histoplasma is the fungus of concern. The lab cannot effectively culture out Histoplasma during the 6 week incubation. Due to the overgrowth of saprophytic fungi. CDC suggests using Cryptococcus as a surrogate for Histoplasma because droppings contain Cryptococcus

Because air is not the primary reservoir of these fungi, it is recommended that surface/bulk sampling be tested prior to doing air samples.

*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
10995-7 DaysBulk, Cryptococcus & Fungal Count w/ Full Genus ID - TAT 5-7 DaysThis test code is used when evaluating an environment with bird, bat or pigeon droppings. In this environment Histoplasma is the fungus of concern. The lab cannot effectively culture out Histoplasma during the 6 week incubation. Due to the overgrowth of saprophytic fungi. CDC suggests using Cryptococcus as a surrogate for Histoplasma because droppings contain Cryptococcus

*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1100Air, Aspergillus Speciation, TAT 5 Days
1101Air, Penicillium Speciation, TAT 5 Days
11032-3 DaySurface/Wipe, Total Bacterial Count Without/IDs, TAT 2-3 Days
11042-3 DaySurface, USP 797 Bacterial Counts with ID, TAT 2-3 DayAs per USP 797 surface contact plates must taken in ISO 5, 7 and 8 locations to evaluate the effectiveness of disinfection on work surfaces touched by compounding personnel. Swabs may be taken to evaluate irregular surfaces especially equipment.

*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
11055-7 DaysSurface/Wipe, Total Fungal Counts without IDs, TAT 3-5 Day24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
11065-7 DaysSurface/Wipe, USP 797 Fungal Counts with ID, TAT 6 DaysAs per USP 797 surface contact plates must taken in ISO 5, 7 and 8 locations to evaluate the effectiveness of disinfection on work surfaces touched by compounding personnel. Swabs may be taken to evaluate irregular surfaces especially equipment.

*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
11072-3 DayAir, USP 797 Bacterial Counts with ID, TAT 2-3 DayAs per USP 797 viable air plates must be taken in ISO 5, 7 and 8 to evaluate the airborne concentrations of microorganisms in the air. A volumetric style impactor sampler must be used. Settling plates are not an acceptable sampling method. 400-1000 liters per minute should be tested to maximize sensitivity. Action levels of ISO class need to be considered when choosing an air volume.

*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
11085-7 DaysAir, USP 797 Fungal Counts with ID, TAT 5-7 DayAs per USP 797 viable air plates must be taken in ISO 5, 7 and 8 to evaluate the airborne concentrations of microorganisms in the air. A volumetric style impactor sampler must be used. Settling plates are not an acceptable sampling method. 400-1000 liters per minute should be tested to maximize sensitivity. Action levels of ISO class need to be considered when choosing an air volume.

*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
11093 DaysSurface/Wipe, Culture, USP 797 Glove Fingertip Bacterial Counts Only, TAT 3 Daystest code 1109 covers testing on both Right and Left hand, 2 plates

2 plate method
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1109.12-3 DaySurface/Wipe, Culture, USP 797 Glove Fingertip Bacterial Counts with Genus ID, TAT 3 Daystest code 1109 covers testing on both Right and Left hand, 2 plates

2 plate method
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
11105-7 DaysSurface/Wipe, Culture, USP 797 Glove Fingertip Fungal Counts Only, TAT 5-7 Daytest code 1110 covers testing on both Right and Left hand, 2 plates

2 plate method
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1110.15-7 DaysSurface/Wipe, Culture, USP 797 Glove Fingertip Fungal Counts with Genus ID, TAT 5-7 Daytest code 1110.1 covers testing on both Right and Left hand, 2 plates

2 plate method
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1111Bacteria, USP 797
1112Media Fill - Fungi, USP 797
11135-7 DaysAir, USP 797 Bacterial Speciation up to 3 Isolates, TAT 5-7 Day24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
11145-7 DaysAir, USP 797 Fungal Speciation up to 3 Isolates, TAT 5-7 Day24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
11155-7 DaysSurface/Wipe, USP 797 Bacterial Speciation up to 3 Isolates, TAT 5-7 Days24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
11165-7 DaysSurface, USP 797 Fungal Speciation up to 3 Isolates, TAT 5-7 Day24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
11172-3 WeeksSurface/Wipe, Culture Full Fungal Speciation, TAT 2-3 Weeks24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11182-3 WeeksSurface/Wipe, Culture, Bacterial Full Speciation, TAT 2-3 Weeks24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
1118.1Surface/Wipe, Target Bacterial Clinical Pathogen w/Speciation (1 species)
1118.2Surface/Wipe, Target Bacterial Clinical Pathogen w/Speciation (2 species)
1118.3Surface/Wipe, Target Bacterial Clinical Pathogen w/Speciation (3 species)
11192-3 WeeksBulk, Culture Full Fungal Speciation24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11202-3 WeeksBulk, Culture Full Speciation24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11213 DaysAir, MRSA & Total Bacterial Count w/ID's24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11223 DaysSurface/Wipe, MRSA & Total Bacterial Count w/ID's24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11233 DaysBulk, MRSA & Total Bacterial Count w/ID's24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11243 DaysWater, MRSA & Total Bacterial Count w/ID's24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11257 DaysAir, Clostridium difficile Culture (C-diff)24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11267 DaysSurface/Wipe, Clostridium difficile Culture (C-diff)24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11272-3 WeeksAir, Culture Full Fungal Speciation*Speciation of Aspergillus included in full genus ID24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11282-3 WeeksAir, Air Culture Full Bacterial Speciation24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
1128.12-3 WeeksTarget Bacterial Clinical Pathogen w/Speciation (1 species)24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
1128.22-3 WeeksTarget Bacterial Clinical Pathogen w/Speciation (2 species)24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
1128.32-3 WeeksTarget Bacterial Clinical Pathogen w/Speciation (3 species)24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11292-3 WeeksWater, Culture Full Fungal SpeciationMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11302-3 DayWater, Culture Full Bacteria Speciation, TAT 2-3 Days24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
1130.12-3 DayWater, Culture Full Bacteria Speciation, TAT 2-3 Days24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
1130.22-3 DayWater, Target Bacterial Clinical Pathogen w/Speciation (2 species), TAT 2-3 Days24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
1130.32-3 DayWater, Target Bacterial Clinical Pathogen w/Speciation (3 species), TAT 2-3 Days24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
1130.45-7 DaysWater, CMS Bacterial Pathogen Profile, TAT 3-7 Days, 6 weeks1130.4 is a combination of the following test codes:
6009 Pseudomonas aeruginosa TAT 3-5 days
1138 Acinetobacter species TAT 3-5 days
1096 Nontuberculous Mycobacteria (NTM) TAT 6 weeks
1032 Fungal Water Culture with ID TAT 5-7 days
1130.3 3 Clinical Pathogens TAT 3-7 days
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
11317-12 DaysTarget Bacteria Analysis, Staphylococcus aureaus24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11353-5 DaysSurface/Wipe, Listeria, Culture Screen Analysis, TAT 3-5 DayCan be used for samples from food industry or processing facilities for Listeria Genus and species identification. If looking for a specific species it must be specified on the COC.

Laboratory must have advance notice to order media without client incurring overnight shipping charges.
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
1138Air, Acinetobacter species Culture Analysis
1138.1Water, Acinetobacter species Culture Analysis
1138.2Surface/Wipe, Acinetobacter species Culture Analysis
11403-5 DaysBulk, Salmonella, Culture Method, TAT 3-5 DayThis test code is for bulks samples like soil, water etc send in for Salmonella genus and speciation identification. If a specific species required, have to specify the species.24-48 HoursArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1140.13-5 DaysWipe, Salmonella, Culture Screen Analysis, TAT 3-5 DayTest Code for wipe samples from any environmental surface, including food processing facilities, for Salmonella. If Salmonella is isolated, it is then speciated
.
Laboratory must have advance notice to order media without client incurring overnight shipping charges.
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
11422-3 DayAdd On, Mycobacterium Speciation, TAT 2-3 DaysThis test code is an add on to any matrix, 5-10 day turnaround time after 7 weeks incubation.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayVirginia
1142.1Same DayMALDI-TOF, Add On, Mycobacterium Speciation, TAT Same DayThis test code is an add on to any matrix, 2 day turnaround time after 7 weeks incubation.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayVirginia
1142.224 HourSurface/Wipe, Add on, Mycobacterium Speciation, TAT 24 Hour24 Hours
1142.33 DaySurface/Wipe, Mycobacterium Speciation, TAT 3 Days
1142.55 DaysSurface/Wipe, Mycobacterium Speciation, TAT 5 Days
1143.22 DaysMALDI-TOF Legionella Species Identification, TAT 2 DaysUsed when client has an isolate needing speciation using MALDI-TOF methodology. Pure culture must be submitted with 24-48 hour incubation.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
1143.55 DaysMALDI-TOF Legionella Species Identification, TAT 5 DaysUsed when client has an isolate needing speciation using MALDI-TOF methodology. Pure culture must be submitted with 24-48 hour incubation.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
11502-3 DayBioLog Culture Iso, Culture w/Species Isolation and ID (one org)N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
115124 HourSurface/Wipe, Direct, TAT 24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
11523 DaysAir, Positive Bacterial Control Sample, TAT 3 Day24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
11536 DayAir, Positive Fungal Control Sample, TAT 6 Day24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1154Surface, Bacteria,Positive Control
1155Surface, Fungal, Positive Control
1156Air, Bacterial, Negative Control
1157Air, Fungal, Negative Control
11582-3 DaySurface, Bacteria, USP 797 Negative (-) Control, TAT 2-3 DaysMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
11595 DaysSurface, Fungal, USP 797 Negative (-) Control, TAT 5 DaysMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1200R2A Plate Count
1201General Metal Analysis
12023 DaySurface, Bacteria, Counts ONLY, Single Plate Protocol, TAT 5 DayThis test code is used when a customer a requests USP 797 SINGLE PLATE protocol.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1202.15 DaysSurface, Fungal, Counts ONLY, Single Plate Protocol, TAT 5 DayTest code 1202.6 must be used with 1202.5. This test code is used when a customer a requests USP 797 SINGLE PLATE protocol.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1202.22-3 DaySurface, Culture, Bacterial Counts with ID, Single Plate Protocol, TAT 2-3 DayTest code 1202.6 must be used with 1202.5. This test code is used when a customer a requests USP 797 SINGLE PLATE protocol.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1202.35 DaysSurface, Fungal, Counts with ID, Single Plate Protocol, TAT 5 DayTest code 1202.6 must be used with 1202.5. This test code is used when a customer a requests USP 797 SINGLE PLATE protocol.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1202.52-3 DayAir, Culture, Bacterial Counts with ID, Single Plate Protocol, TAT 2-3 DayTest code 1202.6 must be used with 1202.5. This test code is used when a customer a requests USP 797 SINGLE PLATE protocol.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1202.65 DaysAir, Culture, Fungal Counts with ID, Single Plate Protocol, TAT 5 DayTest code 1202.5 must be used with 1202.6. This test code is used when a customer a requests USP 797 SINGLE PLATE protocol.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1202.72-3 DayAir, Culture, Bacterial Counts ONLY, Single Plate Protocol, TAT 2-3 DaysTest code 1202.7 must be used with 1202.8. This test code is used when a customer a requests USP 797 SINGLE PLATE protocol.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1202.85-7 DaysAir, Culture, Fungal Counts ONLY, Single Plate Protocol, TAT 5 DaysTest code 1202.7 must be used with 1202.8. This test code is used when a customer a requests USP 797 SINGLE PLATE protocol.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
12032-3 DayAir, Culture, Bacterial Counts Only, Single Plate Protocol, TAT 2-3 DayTest code 1202.6 must be used with 1202.5. This test code is used when a customer a requests USP 797 SINGLE PLATE protocol.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1203.12-3 DayAir, Culture, Fungal Counts Only, Single Plate Protocol, TAT 2-3 DayTest code 1202.6 must be used with 1202.5. This test code is used when a customer a requests USP 797 SINGLE PLATE protocol.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
12043 DaysSurface/Wipe, USP 797 Culture Bacterial Counts Only, TAT 3 Days24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
12065-7 DaysSurface/Wipe, USP 797 Culture Fungal Counts Only, TAT 5-7 Days24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
12073 DaysAir, USP 797 Culture Bacterial Counts Only, TAT 3 DaySOP 2.224 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
12085-7 DaysAir, USP 797 Culture Fungal Counts Only, TAT 5-7 DaySOP 3.224-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
12097-12 DaysMEDIUM-RISK (Basic) Media Fill Analysis ONLYThis test includes 3 analysis of media fill vials.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
12117-12 DaysLOW-RISK Media Fill Analysis ONLYThis test includes 3 analysis of media fill vials.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
12127-12 DaysMEDIUM-RISK (Comprehensive) Media Fill Analysis ONLYThis test includes 6 analysis of media fill vials.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
12137-12 DaysHIGH-RISK Media Fill Analysis ONLYThis test includes 9 analysis of media fill vials.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
1227Z74Box of Glass Slides, Plain (72/box)
13062-3 DaySurface/Wipe, Cleanroom ISO 14698 Bacterial Count w/ ID, TAT 2-3 DaysMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
13315 DaysSurface/Wipe, Cleanroom ISO 14698 Fungal Count w/ID, TAT 5 DaysMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
151510-12 DaysWater, Potable, 1 liter, CDC Method, Legionella pneumophila (Includes 1, 2-15) Serogrouping and non-pneumophila Speciation, TAT 10-12 DayCDC Method (Includes Serogroup 1 and 2-15) Water (positive sample)24-72 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
151610-12 DaysWater, Non-Potable, 1 liter, CDC Method, Legionella pneumophila (Includes 1, 2-15) Serogrouping and non-pneumophila Speciation, TAT 10-12 DayCDC Method (Includes Serogroup 1 and 2-15) Water (positive sample)24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
20003-5 DaysWater, Target Bacteria with 1 species ID24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
2001Culture, Fungal Speciation
2002Air, Total Fungal Count w/ID and Aspergillus speciation
20032-3 DayBulk, Anthrax (Bacillus anthracis) Culture24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2004Bulk, Total Fungal Count w/ID and Aspergillus speciation
2005Total BACTERIAL Count w/IDs
2006Wipe Total Fungal Count w/ID and Aspergillus speciation
2007Surface/Wipe, Cryptococcus neoformans
2008Water Total Fungal Count w/ID and Aspergillus Speciation
20102-3 DayWater, Q-Tray-MPN, E. coli/coliforms, TAT 2-3 DayThe Quanti-Tray is a quantification method based on 'most probable number' - MPN model

Source: Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater
24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Virginia
20112-3 DayWater, Quantitative E. coli / Total coliforms (Non-Potable)24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
20122-3 DayWater, Sewage Screen (E.coli/fecal coliforms, Enterococcus), TAT 2-3 Days24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayGeorgia; Virginia
20132-3 DayWater, Quantitative Enterococcus (Non-Potable)24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
20153 DaysWater, Legionella qPCR, TAT 3 DayPCR analysis for Legionella pneumophila ser grp 1, and Legionella sp, not pneumophila.
Minimum sample 100 ml.
72 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayGeorgia
2015.1Same DayWater, Legionella qPCR, TAT Same DayPCR analysis for Legionella pneumophila ser grp 1, and Legionella sp, not pneumophia.
Minimum sample 100 ml.
72 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayGeorgia
2015.224 HourWater, Legionella qPCR, TAT 24 HoursPCR analysis for Legionella pneumophila ser grp 1, and Legionella sp, not pneumophila.
Minimum sample 100 ml.
72 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayGeorgia
20165-7 DaysWater, Culture, Duodenoscope, Combined Brush/Swab/DI Water flush/DE Broth sample, No Growth, TAT 5-7 Days24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; FridayVirginia
2016.13-5 DaysWater, Negative Control, Internal, Combined DI Water/DE Broth, TAT 3-5 Days24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; FridayVirginia
2016.23 DayWater, Duodenoscope, Positive Control, Internal, Combined DI Water/DE Broth, TAT 3 Day24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; FridayVirginia
2016.33 DayWater, Culture, Duodenoscope, Combined Brush/Swab/DI Water flush/DE Broth sample, Low Concern bacteria, Full Speciation, TAT 3 Days24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; FridayVirginia
2016.45-7 DaysWater, Culture, Duodenoscope, Combined Brush/Swab/DI Water flush/DE Broth sample, High Concern bacteria, Full Speciation, TAT 3 Days24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; FridayVirginia
2017Direct Microscopic Exam
2019Water, Total Fungal Count w/ID (37°C), TAT 7-10 Day
2020Slime-Forming Bacteria
20213-5 DaysAir, Total Bacterial Counts w/ID (25°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 2-5 DayThis profile will culture for the presences of environmental bacteria Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, VRE and CRE in addition to other clinical pathogens i.e. Acinetobacter and Klebsiella spp.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
20233-5 DaysBulk, Total Bacterial Counts w/ID (35°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 2-5 DayThis profile will culture for the presences of environmental bacteria Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, VRE and CRE in addition to other clinical pathogens i.e. Acinetobacter and Klebsiella spp.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
20253-5 DaysBulk, Total Bulk Total Bacterial Counts w/ID (25°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 3-5 DayThis profile will culture for the presence of environmental bacteria Methicillin-resistant Staphyloccocus aureus (MRSA), VRE and CRE in addition to other clinical pathogens, i.e. Acinetobacter and Klebsiella spp.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
20272-3 DayBulk, Sewage Screen (P/A), TAT 2-3 DayIncludes E. coli, fecal coliforms, fecal Streptococcus24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
2027.124 HourBulk, Sewage Screen (P/A), TAT 24 HourIncludes E. coli, fecal coliforms, fecal Streptococcus24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
2027.22-3 DayBulk, Sewage Screen Quantitative, TAT 2-3 DayIncludes E. coli, fecal coliforms, fecal Streptococcus24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
2027.324 HourBulk, Sewage Screen Quantitative, TAT 24 HourIncludes E. coli, fecal coliforms, fecal Streptococcus24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
20282-3 DaySurface/Wipe, Quantitative Sewage Screen (E.coli/fecal coliforms, Enterococcus) (P/A) - TAT 2-3 Day24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
20343-5 DaysWipe, Hospital Bacterial Pathogen Culture with speciation, TAT 3-5 DayThis profile will culture for the presence of environmental bacteria Methicillin-resistant Staphyloccocus aureus (MRSA), VRE and CRE in addition to other clinical pathogens, i.e. Acinetobacter and Klebsiella spp.Monday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
20373-5 DaysWater, Bacterial Count w/ID (37°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 3-5 DayThis profile will culture for the presence of environmental bacteria Methicillin-resistant Staphyloccocus aureus (MRSA), VRE and CRE in addition to other clinical pathogens, i.e. Acinetobacter and Klebsiella spp.Monday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
204610-12 DaysWater, Culture, Acanthamoeba, Presence/Absence, TAT 10-12 DaysThis test detects for free-living pathogenic Acanthamoeba and Naegleria species cysts, trophozoites and flagellates in environmental water samples.Monday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayFlorida; Virginia
20512-3 DayAdenosine Triphosphate (ATP)24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayGeorgia
20552-3 DayWater, Potable, Heterotrophic Plate Count SimPlate Method, TAT 2-3 DayTest code is designed to quantitate bacterial levels in water. It correlates with the EPA approved pour plate method.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayArizona; Florida
20562-3 DayWater, Potable, Heterotrophic Plate Count with dilution, TAT 2-3 DayTest code is designed to quantitate bacterial levels in water according to Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater to meet the EPA Federal Guidelines for drinking water of less than 500 cfu/mL.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
2056.12-3 DayWater, Non-Potable, Heterotrophic Plate Count with Dilutions, TAT 2-3 DayTest code is designed to quantitate elevated levels of bacteria in water.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
2056.102-3 DayWater, Non-Potable, Heterotrophic Plate Count SM 9215: SOP 2.5 B Accreditation, TAT 2-3 Day24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayNew Jersey
2056.22-3 DayWater, Dental, Heterotrophic Plate Count with Dilutions, TAT 2-3 Days24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
2056.32-3 DayWater, Potable/Non-Potable Heterotrophic Plate Count, Membrane Filter Method, TAT 2-3 Days24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
2056.52-3 DayWater, Potable/Non-Potable Anaerobic Plate Count with Dilutions, TAT 2-3 Days24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
2056.72-3 DayWater, Potable, Heterotrophic Plate Count, NY TAT 2-3 Days24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday
2056.92-3 DayWater, Potable, Heterotrophic Plate Count SM 9215: SOP 2.5 B Accreditation, TAT 2-3 Day24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayNew Jersey
2064.22 DaysMALDI-TOF Species Identification, TAT 2 DayUsed when client has an isolate needing speciation using MALDI-TOF methodology. Pure culture must be submitted with 24-48 hour incubation.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
2064.55 DaysMALDI-TOF Species Identification, TAT 5 DaysUsed when client has an isolate needing speciation using MALDI-TOF methodology. Pure culture must be submitted with 24-48 hour incubation.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
20788 DaysWater, Slime-forming Bacteria (BART Kit) P/A, TAT 8 DayThis test checks for Slime forming bacteria in water24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
20803-5 DaysAir, Spore Trap Analysis w/non-biological particle characterization, TAT 3-5 Days*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
208024 HourAir, Spore Trap Analysis w/non-biological particle characterization, TAT 24 Hours*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2080Same DayAir, Spore Trap Analysis w/ non-biological particle characterization, TAT Same DaySpore Trap Analysis w/ non-biological particle characterizationN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
20804 HourAir, Spore Trap Analysis w/non-biological particle characterization, TAT 4 Hours*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
20992-3 DaySufrace/Wipe, Anthrax (Bacillus anthracis) Culture24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
21165-7 DaysAir, Total Fungal Count w/ID (25°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 5-7 DayThis profile will culture for the presence of environmental fungi, clinical fungi and pathogenic thermophilic fungi.

All 3 test codes MUST be ordered Total Fungal Count w/IDs – (25°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (37°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (45°).
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
21175-7 DaysAir, Total Fungal Count w/ID (37°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 5-7 DayThis profile will culture for the presence of environmental fungi, clinical fungi and pathogenic thermophilic fungi.

All 3 test codes MUST be ordered Total Fungal Count w/IDs – (25°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (37°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (45°).
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
21185-7 DaysAir, Total Fungal Count w/ID (45°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 5-7 DayThis profile will culture for the presence of environmental fungi, clinical fungi and pathogenic thermophilic fungi.

All 3 test codes MUST be ordered Total Fungal Count w/IDs – (25°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (37°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (45°).
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
21207-12 DaysBulk, Total Fungal Count w/ID (25°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 7-10 DayThis profile will culture for the presence of environmental fungi, clinical fungi and pathogenic thermophilic fungi.

All 3 test codes MUST be ordered Total Fungal Count w/IDs – (25°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (37°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (45°).
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
21217-12 DaysBulk, Total Fungal Count w/ID (37°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 7-10 DayThis profile will culture for the presence of environmental fungi, clinical fungi and pathogenic thermophilic fungi.

All 3 test codes MUST be ordered Total Fungal Count w/IDs – (25°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (37°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (45°).
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
21227-12 DaysBulk, Total Fungal Count w/ID (45°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 7-10 DayThis profile will culture for the presence of environmental fungi, clinical fungi and pathogenic thermophilic fungi.

All 3 test codes MUST be ordered Total Fungal Count w/IDs – (25°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (37°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (45°).
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
21236 DaySurface/Wipe, Total Fungal count w/ID (25°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 6 DayThis profile will culture for the presences of environmental fungi, clinical fungi and pathogenic thermophilic fungi.

All 3 test codes MUST be ordered Total Fungal Count w/IDs – (25°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (37°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (45°).
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
21236 DaySurface/Wipe, Total Fungal count w/ID (25°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 6 DayThis profile will culture for the presences of environmental fungi, clinical fungi and pathogenic thermophilic fungi.

All 3 test codes MUST be ordered Total Fungal Count w/IDs – (25°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (37°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (45°).
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
21246 DaySurface/Wipe, Total Fungal count w/ID (37°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 6 DayThis profile will culture for the presences of environmental fungi, clinical fungi and pathogenic thermophilic fungi.

All 3 test codes MUST be ordered Total Fungal Count w/IDs – (25°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (37°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (45°).
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
21256 DaySurface/Wipe, Total Fungal count w/ID (45°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 6 DayThis profile will culture for the presences of environmental fungi, clinical fungi and pathogenic thermophilic fungi.

All 3 test codes MUST be ordered Total Fungal Count w/IDs – (25°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (37°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (45°).
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
21267-12 DaysWater, Total Fungal Count w/ID (25°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 7-10 DayThis profile will culture for the presence of environmental fungi, clinical fungi and pathogenic thermophilic fungi.

All 3 test codes MUST be ordered Total Fungal Count w/IDs – (25°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (37°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (45°).
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
21277-12 DaysWater, Total Fungal Count w/ID (37°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 7-10 DayThis profile will culture for the presence of environmental fungi, clinical fungi and pathogenic thermophilic fungi.

All 3 test codes MUST be ordered Total Fungal Count w/IDs – (25°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (37°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (45°).
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
21287-12 DaysWater, Total Fungal Count w/ID (45°C), Hospital Profile, TAT 7-10 DayThis profile will culture for the presence of environmental fungi, clinical fungi and pathogenic thermophilic fungi.

All 3 test codes MUST be ordered Total Fungal Count w/IDs – (25°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (37°) Total Fungal Count w/IDs - (45°).
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
2218Water, Full Analysis Panel to AAMI Standards, TAT RoutineIncludes:Aluminum, Antimony, Arsenic, Barium, Beryllium, Cadmium, Chromium, Copper, Fluoride, Lead, Magnesium, Mercury, Nitrate, Potassium, Selenium, Silver, Sodium, Thallium, ZincMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.1Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Aluminum, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.10Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Lead, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.11Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Magnesium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.12Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Mercury, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.13Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Nitrate, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.14Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Potassium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.15Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Selenium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.16Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Silver, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.17Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Thallium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.18Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Zinc, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.2Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Antimony, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.3Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Arsenic, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.4Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Barium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.5Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Beryllium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.6Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Cadmium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.7Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Chromium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.8Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Copper, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2218.9Water, Analysis to AAMI Standards, Fluoride, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219Water, AAMI Dialysate Assay Full Panel, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.1Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Aluminum, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.10Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Magnesium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.11Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Mercury, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.12Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Nitrate, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.13Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Potassium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.14Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Selenium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.15Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Silver, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.16Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Sodium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.17Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Thallium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.18Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Zinc, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.2Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Antimony, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.3Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Arsenic, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.4Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Barium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.5Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Beryllium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.6Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Cadmium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.6Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Chromium, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.7Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Copper, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.8Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Fluoride, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
2219.9Water, AAMI Dialysate Fluid, Lead, TAT RoutineMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
22305-7 DaysWater, Endotoxin, TAT 5-7 Day24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayNew Jersey
25083-5 DaysWater, Coupon, Total Bacterial Count with IdentificationThese test codes are for water treaters when they introduce a coupon into the water system in a building to look for microbial buildup/biofilm over time and they want it evaluated for bacteria and/or fungi.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
25103-5 DaysWater, Coupon, Control, Total Bacterial Count with IdentificationHere are four new test codes for “coupon testing” and coupon control (if anyone should ever submit one)24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
25115-7 DaysWater, Coupon, Control, Total Fungal Count with ID and Aspergillus speciationThese test codes are for water treaters when they introduce a coupon into the water system in a building to look for microbial buildup/biofilm over time and they want it evaluated for bacteria and/or fungi.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
25335-7 DaysWater, Coupon, Total Fungal Count with ID and Aspergillus speciationThese test codes are for water treaters when they introduce a coupon into the water system in a building to look for microbial buildup/biofilm over time and they want it evaluated for bacteria and/or fungi.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
30015-7 DaysBulk, PLM, Point Count 400, TAT 5-7 DayEPA Method 600/R-93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Virginia
300148 HourBulk, PLM, Point Count 400, TAT 2 DayEPA Method 600/R-93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Virginia
300124 HourBulk, PLM, Point Count 400, TAT 24 hourEPA Method 600/R-93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Virginia
30016 HourBulk, PLM, Point Count 400, TAT 6 hourEPA Method 600/R-93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Virginia
3001A5-7 DaysBulk, PLM, Point Count 1000, TAT 5-7 DayEPA Method 600/R-93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Virginia
3001A2-3 DayBulk, PLM, Point Count 1000, TAT 2 DayEPA Method 600/R-93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Virginia
3001A24 HourBulk, PLM, Point Count 1000, TAT 24 hourEPA Method 600/R-93/116; performed on any bulk material EXCEPT floor tiles or tar-impregnated materials (e.g., tar or black mastic)N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayColorado
3001A6 HourBulk, PLM, Point Count 1000, Colorado Only, TAT 5 DayEPA Method 600/R-93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayColorado
300224 HourBulk, PLM Particle Characterization, TAT 24 hourEPA Method 600/R93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Virginia
3002Bulk, PLM, TAT 3 HourEPA Method 600/R93/116, ** $3 Charge for PLM's With 3 or More Layers for 5 Day TAT

No charge for extra layers in CO
N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Virginia
30025-7 DaysBulk, PLM, TAT 5-7 DayEPA Method 600/R93/116, ** $3 Charge for PLM's With 3 or More Layers for 5 Day TAT

No charge for extra layers in CO
N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Virginia
300224 HourBulk, PLM, Colorado Only TAT 24 hourEPA Method 600/R93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Virginia
3002Same DayBulk, PLM, TAT Same DayEPA Method 600/R93/116, ** $3 Charge for PLM's With 3 or More Layers for 5 Day TAT

No charge for extra layers in CO
N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Virginia
30022 HourBulk, PLM, TAT 2 hourEPA Method 600/R93/116, ** $3 Charge for PLM's With 3 or More Layers for 5 Day TATN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Virginia
30025-7 DaysBulk, PLM, Colorado Only, TAT 5 DayEPA Method 600/R93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayColorado
300224 HourBulk, PLM, Colorado Only TAT 4 hourEPA Method 600/R93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayColorado
300224 HourBulk, PLM, TAT 24 hourEPA Method 600/R93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Virginia
30035-7 DaysBulk, PLM Particle Charaterization, TAT 5-7 DayEPA Method 600/R93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Virginia
30032-3 DayBulk, PLM Particle Characterization, TAT 2 DayEPA Method 600/R93/116N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Virginia
30045-7 DaysAir, PCM, NIOSH 7400, TAT 5-7 DayNIOSH Method 7400, quantification of airborne fibersN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
300424 HourAir, PCM, NIOSH 7400, TAT 24 hourNIOSH Method 7400, quantification of airborne fibersN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
3004Same DayAir, PCM, NIOSH 7400, TAT Same DayNIOSH Method 7400, quantification of airborne fibersN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
30042 HourAir, PCM, NIOSH 7400, TAT 2 hourNIOSH Method 7400, quantification of airborne fibersN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayColorado; Virginia
30044 HourAir, PCM, NIOSH 7400, Colorado Only, TAT 4 hourNIOSH Method 7400, quantification of airborne fibersN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayColorado
30045-7 DaysAir, PCM, NIOSH 7400, Colorado Only, TAT 5 DayNIOSH Method 7400, quantification of airborne fibersN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayColorado
30053 DayAir, Total Dust Analysis, NiOSH 0500, TAT 3 DaysTotal dust analysis by gravimetric of air samples.N/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayCalifornia
30112-3 DayWater, Non-Potable, E.coli/total coliforms, P/A, Heart Perfusion, TAT 2-3 DayThe is part of the bacterial profile recommended by heart perfusion manufacturers.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayVirginia
30562-3 DayWater, Heterotrophic Plate Count with Dilutions, Heart Perfusion, TAT 2-3 DayHeart Perfusion ONLY: This culture method is used to measure heterotrophic bacteria in water. This type of water typically has high concentrations of bacteria so dilutions are made.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayVirginia
308048 HourWater, USP, Sterility Testing, TAT 48 Hour24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
3080.114 DayWater, USP, Sterility Check for Bacti/Fungi, Small Volume, TAT 14 Day24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
3080.23-5 DaysWater, USP, Positive Sterility Subculture Fee, TAT 3-5 Day24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
3080.32-3 DayWater, Sterility Check, Large Volume24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
3080.45-10 DaysWater, USP, Positive Identification Bag, Bacterial and Fungal , TAT 5-10 DayMust arrive at laboratory Monday-Thursday.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
3080.514 DayWater, USP, Bacteria Sterility Check, Large Volume, TAT 14 Day24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayVirginia
30966 WeeksWater, Culture, Mycobacterium (NTM), TAT 7 WeekThis test code is used to screen for mycobacterium in heart perfusion systems. It includes a decontamination step to eliminate background bacteria.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; WednesdayVirginia
4019BXSwab with Stuart's liquid, plastic shaft with double rayon tip, bag of 50
501724 HourWater, Sewage screen, fecal coliforms ONLY (P/A), TAT 24-48 hrsTo test potable water for Presence /absence of fecal coliforms.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
50312-3 DayWater, Bacteria, Total Aerobic Count, TAT 2-3DayN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
50333-5 DaysWater, Total Anaerobic Plate Count, TAT 3-5 DayThis test code is used to screen for the presence of anaerobes in building water systems.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayCalifornia; Virginia
600024 HourBulk, Quantitative Direct Microscopic Exam 24 hr*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
60003-5 DaysBulk, Quantitative Direct Microscopic Exam*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
60004 HourBulk, Quantitative Direct Microscopic Exam - 4hr TAT*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
6000Same DayBulk, Quantitative Direct Microscopic Exam - Same Day*Background debris, pollen, insect parts and skin cells noted if identifiedN/AMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday
60092-3 DayWater, Culture, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, TAT 2-3 DayP. aeruginosa is a bacteria commonly found in water. It is also a healthcare associated pathogen. A culture for PA provides quantification and identification of this bacteria. Can be used for Potable and Non-potable water.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
6009.12-3 DayWater, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Pseudolert P/A, TAT 2-3 DayThis test code is used to screen for PA in the Heater/Cooler (Sorin) protocol. This test code also can screen Potable and/or Non-Potable water for PA.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayCalifornia; Virginia
6009.22-3 DayWater, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Q-Tray-MPN, TAT 2-3 DayThe Quanti-Tray is a quantification method based on 'most probable number' - MPN model

Source: Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater
24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayCalifornia
6009.35-7 DaysWater, Potable, Culture, Pseudomonas Speciation including Pseudomonas aeruginosa, TAT 5-7 DayThis test is selective for Pseudomonas aeruginosa and a variety of other Pseudomonas species commonly found in water. If looking for a target Pseudomonas other than PA contact the laboratory.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
6009.45-7 DaysWater, Non-Potable, Culture, Pseudomonas Speciation including Pseudomonas aeruginosa, TAT 5-7 DayThis test is selective for Pseudomonas aeruginosa and a variety of other Pseudomonas species commonly found in water. If looking for a target Pseudomonas other than PA contact the laboratory.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
6009.53-5 DaysWater, Non-Potable, Culture, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, TAT 3-5 DayP. aeruginosa is a bacteria commonly found in water. It is also a healthcare associated pathogen. A culture for PA provides quantification and identification of this bacteria.24 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; FridayArizona; California; Colorado; Florida; Georgia; New Jersey; Virginia
6009.92-3 DaySwab, Pseudomonas aeruginosa P/A, TAT 2-3 DayThis is a screening test for the presence or absence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa only.24-48 HoursMonday; Tuesday; Wednesday; ThursdayCalifornia; Virginia
18198-CSAS Sampler 180, 55mm Petri plates headThe SAS Super 100 & 180 microbial air samplers are the top choices of the world's leading pharmaceutical and food companies, as well as numerous governments around the world for detection of microbial contamination and air quality testing.

Featuring a powerful, high volume air flow of 100 and 180 liters per minute, respectively, the Super 100 & Super 180 are the perfect choices for your demanding air sampling needs -- whether it be in a cleanroom, hospital, or place of research.
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18198-PSAS Sampler 100, 55mm Petri plates headThe SAS Super 100 & 180 microbial air samplers are the top choices of the world's leading pharmaceutical and food companies, as well as numerous governments around the world for detection of microbial contamination and air quality testing.

Featuring a powerful, high volume air flow of 100 and 180 liters per minute, respectively, the Super 100 & Super 180 are the perfect choices for your demanding air sampling needs -- whether it be in a cleanroom, hospital, or place of research.
N/A
18198-PSAS Sampler 100, 90mm Petri plates headThe SAS Super 100 & 180 microbial air samplers are the top choices of the world's leading pharmaceutical and food companies, as well as numerous governments around the world for detection of microbial contamination and air quality testing.

Featuring a powerful, high volume air flow of 100 and 180 liters per minute, respectively, the Super 100 & Super 180 are the perfect choices for your demanding air sampling needs -- whether it be in a cleanroom, hospital, or place of research.
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18198-PSAS Sampler 180, 90mm Petri plates headThe SAS Super 100 & 180 microbial air samplers are the top choices of the world's leading pharmaceutical and food companies, as well as numerous governments around the world for detection of microbial contamination and air quality testing.

Featuring a powerful, high volume air flow of 100 and 180 liters per minute, respectively, the Super 100 & Super 180 are the perfect choices for your demanding air sampling needs -- whether it be in a cleanroom, hospital, or place of research.
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20153SAS Super 180, Aluminum Carrying Case
24584-CSAS Duo 360 High Volume Microbial Air Sampler, 55mm Petri dish headThe SAS Duo 360 high volume microbial air sampler uses the same technology as the SAS Super 180 air sampler, which is favored by the world's leading pharmaceutical and food companies, as well as numerous governments around the world, for detection of microbial contamination and air quality testing.

Featuring dual heads, with a powerful total flow of 360 liters per minute, the SAS Duo 360 allows for high volume air testing with two different media at once and is ideal for cleanrooms where contamination levels are minimal and a higher sampling volume is desired.
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24584-PSAS Duo 360 High Volume Microbial Air Sampler, 90mm Petri dish headThe SAS Duo 360 high volume microbial air sampler uses the same technology as the SAS Super 180 air sampler, which is favored by the world's leading pharmaceutical and food companies, as well as numerous governments around the world, for detection of microbial contamination and air quality testing.

Featuring dual heads, with a powerful total flow of 360 liters per minute, the SAS Duo 360 allows for high volume air testing with two different media at once and is ideal for cleanrooms where contamination levels are minimal and a higher sampling volume is desired.
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35026SAS Pinocchio Super II Compressed Gas Air Sampler, 90mm Petri dish head
39089SAS Pinocchio Super II Compressed Gas Air Sampler, 55mm Rodac dish head
P93MEA Contact Plates,15x60mm (1 sleeve/10 plates)

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