rqmicro at IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition in Denmark

11 - 15 September 2022 | Copenhagen, Denmark

IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition is a global event for water professionals covering the entire water cycle.

Held in Copenhagen, Denmark, the #WorldWaterCongress & Exhibition will report on the water sector progress on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The emphasis will be on SDG6, which is dedicated to water and sanitation. A goal to which rqmicro proudly contributes to by helping to make water safe for all. You can find us at booth C2-400.

Water safety is a critical factor across the entire water cycle. Preventing the growth of pathogenic bacteria in water not only helps protect people, but also reduces treatment and maintenance costs. Effective microbiological monitoring requires fast and precise analytical methods. This is where the rqmicro method comes into play. The method is based on single-cell analysis and can be easily integrated into your current water management routines. Operators benefit from the easy workflow and results which are immediately available on the cloud platform.

Are you curious about how you can take control of your water?

Attend our presentation and product demonstration: "Microbiological testing to take the guesswork out of water safety and management" at the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition in Denmark. You will learn how to understand the microbiology in your system to improve water treatment processes and ensure water safety.

Date: Monday, September 12, 2022
Time: 15:45 - 16:30
Location: Business Forum Room, Room 1 - Hall E.

rqmicro at IWA

Microbiological monitoring of water using flow cytometry, a technology previously available only to laboratories, is now available for routine use on-site.

The rqmicro.COUNT instrument uses flow cytometry to quantify single bacterial cells within seconds. Through extensive development work, rqmicro has succeeded in greatly simplifying and automating flow cytometry. The result is the rqmicro.COUNT, which can be operated without special knowledge and is also maintenance-free. Enabling users in industry or in facility management to control the microbiology in their water.

Do you want to know how accurate rqmicro.COUNT is in determining the number of bacteria in the water? Bring us a water sample, and we will perform an intact cell analysis within 15 minutes at our booth C2-400.

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