• Sensitive photomultipliers in luminometer to detect photons
• Tolerant to temperature changes and challenging environments
• Detects extremely low level of light
• Ergonomic design for any hand size
• Enables one-handed operation for multitasking
• Intuitive user interface for luminometer and software
• Stable chemistry ensures consistent results
• Secure data on hardware that cannot be changed
• Software does a self-diagnostic check on start up
Establishing a basic environmental monitoring programme is simpler with 3M™ Clean-Trace™ Hygiene Monitoring and Management Systems. Unlike other methods, ATP testing is rapid, sensitive, and quantitative. 3M™ Clean-Trace™ Luminometer easily detects ATP to measure cleanliness quickly. The 3M™ Clean-Trace™ Hygiene Management Software then turns hygiene monitoring data into real-time actionable results to help you meet HACCP standards and international regulations.
Protecting food production is a big responsibility, and 3M™ Clean-Trace™ simplifies the process. Delivering fast and reliable results, it is a complete hygiene monitoring system that provides our customers with the information they need to make high-risk production decisions.
Learn what 3M™ Clean-Trace™ can do for you:
When you make the high-risk decision to start food production, you need data you can trust. Unstable or inconsistent results from your ATP testing system could mean you start production when an area may not be properly cleaned or lose valuable time from unnecessary re-cleaning. This study compares ATP testing systems and evaluates the impact of time and temperature on the stability and consistency of results.
Before implementing the hygiene monitoring test point selection, it is important to analyze risk. Use these questions to guide you:
• How significant is the hazard?
• How close is the surface to the food?
• What is the probability the hazard will occur?
• How hard is it to clean the surface?
Determining the number of test points to sample will depend on the physical size of the manufacturing operation and complexity or number of steps involved in the manufacturing process.