Four times the sensitivity.
More sensitive and accurate than UltraSnap, used for more difficult samples and as an allergen cross-contamination prevention tool. Perfect for an environment that requires sterile cleaning.
Consumables to be used with the SystemSURE handheld luminometer for hygiene monitoring.
Results in 15 seconds!
All-in-one test that detects extremely low levels of ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate). SuperSnap can identify food residues at levels similar to protein levels detected by specific allergen tests.
By incorporating SuperSnap into a Quality Assurance Programme, any risks can be recognised in real time and quick corrective action can be taken, resulting in less production waste.
Mainly used in the food & beverage industry as an allergen cross-contamination tool or when dealing with difficult samples.
- All-in-one test device – ready to use
- Pre-wetted swab – Breaks through biofilms
- More sensitive liquid stable reagent – 4 x better than Ultrasnap; detects very small amounts of ATP and organic residues; suitable for allergen monitoring (see below for specific allergen tests); consistent true results at low Relative Light Units
- More robust liquid stable reagent – 5 x more resistant to acid; 10 x more resistant to alkali, eg sanitizers or product residue
- Shelf Life – 12 months at fridge temperature and 4 weeks at room temperature
Method Comparison for Allergen Tests
|ALLER-Snap||Allergen Test (ELISA)|
|Shrimp||1 ppm||10 ppm||5 ppm|
|Wheat (Flour)||100 ppm||10 ppm||5 – 75 ppm|
|Peanut Butter||100 ppm||1 ppm||0.5 – 5 ppm|
|Egg Whites||1000 ppm||1 ppm||4 – 25 ppm|
|Milk Powder||100 ppm||10 ppm||2.5 – 10 ppm|
|Soy||100 ppm||1 ppm||2.7 – 5 ppm|
|Almonds (Raw)||1000 ppm||10 ppm||5 – 12.5 ppm|
|Sesame||100 ppm||10 ppm||5 – 48 ppm|
– ALLER-Snap sensitivity levels are based on incubation at 55°C for 15 minutes
– Studies show that the recovery of allergens from surfaces are very variable and inefficient with 4 – 27% recovery when tested by ELISA methods. Sensitivity data shown is based on information available online.
– The first two methods are nonspecific product residue tests. The ELISA method is a specific allergen protein test.