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Hydrogen Peroxide Rapid Test For Milk

Trimethoprim-Test-Kit

For Milk, Milk Powder, Pasteurized Milk

Specs:96T / box
Testing Time:7-10 mins
Worldwide shipping, free sample

Operation video

Instrution For Hydrogen Peroxide Rapid Test For Milk

INTRODUCTION
The Hydrogen Peroxide Rapid Test For Milk kit is based on the Colloidal gold immunochromatography to detect raw, commingled cow milk at or below established tolerance and/or safe levels. This kit can be applied for on-site rapid testing by various departments.

Kit Components
1. Test Strip, 12 packs, each pack 8 strips.
2. Manual Instruction

Components Required, But Not Provided
1. Sample Tube
2. Pipette
3. Well-tray

Storage
Storage at 2~8℃, out of sun light and moisture, unrefrigerated.

Milk Sample Information
1. Raw, commingled cow milk
2. The milk has no precipitation or clotted.
3. The temperature of milk should be at room temperature, No need to heat or refrigerate.
4. Thoroughly mix with the reagent before testing.

Test Procedure
1. Read the manual instruction before testing. Be sure the raw or commingled milk and test kit in room temperature. (Note: the milk must has no precipitation or clot )
2. Open the pack, take out the test strip and sample-well, use it within 1 hour. The unused test strip must be sealed and out of sunlight and moisture.
3. Take the sample milk, let it become room temperature. Drop 200ul into the microwell, repeatedly pipetting up and down for 10 times, mix the with the reagent in the wells completely.
4. Then wait for 5mins.
5. Insert the test strip into the microwell with the end fully dipped.
6. Timer 5 minutes, then read the results.

Results Illustration

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Trivia questions : What is hydrogen peroxide?

Hydrogen peroxide definition

Hydrogen peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide, chemical formula H2O2. Pure hydrogen peroxide is a light blue, viscous liquid that can be miscible with water in any proportion. It is a strong oxidant. Its aqueous solution is suitable for medical wound disinfection, environmental disinfection and food disinfection. Under normal circumstances, it will slowly decompose into water and oxygen, but the decomposition rate is extremely slow.

Why hydrogen peroxide is stored in plastic containers?

Because hydrogen peroxide is easily decomposed by light, it should be stored in colored plastic bottles.

Hydrogen peroxide concentration

There are three uses of hydrogen peroxide for medical, military and industrial use:
Medical: The concentration of medical hydrogen peroxide is equal to or lower than 3%.
Military: Military hydrogen peroxide concentration is generally 80%.
Industry: The concentration of hydrogen peroxide produced in industry is mostly 35%. There are also 50% and 27.5%.

Hydrogen peroxide and other chemicals

Hydrogen peroxide and catalase

Catalase (CAT) is an enzyme that catalyzes the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide into oxygen and water. It exists in the body's peroxides. Catalase is a marker enzyme of peroxisome, which accounts for about 40% of the total amount of peroxidase. Catalase is present in various tissues of all known animals, especially at high concentrations in the liver. Catalase is used in the food industry to remove hydrogen peroxide from milk used to make cheese.
Catalase is also used in food packaging to prevent food from being oxidized.

Hydrogen peroxide and baking soda

The principle of decontamination of hydrogen peroxide and soda powder is that soda powder can react with oils and fats to hydrolyze them, thereby having the function of removing oil. The reason for adding hydrogen peroxide is because of the strong oxidizing property of hydrogen peroxide, which has a bleaching effect. So white items will become whiter. The use of both can have a significant cleaning effect.

Hydrogen peroxide uses

Hydrogen peroxide for ears

Hydrogen peroxide has a bactericidal and anti-inflammatory effect. When ear inflammation occurs, the ear can be washed with hydrogen peroxide to achieve an anti-inflammatory effect. When using hydrogen peroxide to clean the children, you need to treat the dirt in the ears first, then drip the hydrogen peroxide into the ear canal, soak the hydrogen peroxide in the ears for about 5 minutes. After the earwax softens, absorb the hydrogen peroxide and apply anti-inflammatory medicine.

Hydrogen peroxide as mouthwash

Hydrogen peroxide is also often used as a mouthwash to clean the oral environment. It should be noted that the concentration of hydrogen peroxide as a mouthwash is generally 3% as the mouthwash. Higher concentrations of hydrogen peroxide are not suitable for direct contact with human skin, and may cause damage to human skin. Remember not to eat by mistake.

Hydrogen peroxide for teeth

Hydrogen peroxide is an excellent drug against bacterial infections. It can help reduce plaque and gum bleeding at the same time. At the same time, because of the oxidizing properties of hydrogen peroxide, it also has the effect of whitening teeth.

Hydrogen peroxide in life

Hydrogen peroxide disinfectant

Hydrogen peroxide is a strong oxidant. It uses its strong oxidizing properties to effectively kill bacteria, fungi, spores, microorganisms, etc., and it has obvious effects on E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Candida albicans. It is mainly used for disinfection of sanitary ware, general object surfaces, food production environment, breeding environment, food tools and equipment. Even extremely stubborn bacterial spores can be killed with 10-30% hydrogen peroxide.

In the medical field, it is mainly used for disinfecting the surface of medical devices, and it can also be used for oral disinfection or cleaning wounds.
Because it is colorless, odorless, and has almost no residue after sterilization, it has many applications in the food industry.
For example, disinfection of dairy products, fruit juice, beer, drinking water packaging, containers and production lines, and disinfection of the surface of aquatic products, meat, fruits and vegetables.
It can also be used for washing and sterilizing milk heads. Low-concentration hydrogen peroxide spray can disinfect the air and floor of the plant.

Hydrogen peroxide cleaner

The oxidizing properties of hydrogen peroxide destroy natural pigments, so it can bleach paper, fabrics and food. Currently, more than half of the hydrogen peroxide in the world is used for bleaching pulp and paper.
In China, hydrogen peroxide is often used in aquatic products, such as squid, hoof tendons, tripe, etc. It is also used in foods such as pistachios, yuba, pickled chicken feet, and pork trotters.
Hydrogen peroxide can make foods whiter and have a certain effect of removing odor.
Although there is no problem with security, this feature is often used by criminals to make good use of it.
Care must be taken with the concentration of hydrogen peroxide for cleaning with hydrogen peroxide.

Hydrogen peroxide side effects

Hydrogen peroxide toxicity

Hydrogen peroxide is unstable and easily breaks down into oxygen and water, so it is quite safe. However, the substance is toxic to aquatic life.

Health hazards

High concentrations of hydrogen peroxide are highly corrosive. Inhalation of vapor or mist of this product has strong irritation to the respiratory tract. Direct eye contact with liquid can cause irreversible damage and even blindness. Oral poisoning has abdominal pain, chest pain, dyspnea, vomiting, temporary movement and sensory disorders, and elevated body temperature. In some cases, visual impairment, epilepsy-like spasms, and paresis occurred.

Summary

As mentioned above, hydrogen peroxide is often used as a disinfectant in dairy pastures because of its disinfecting and sterilizing effect. It is used to clean the dairy cow head and dairy farm environment. If the excess hydrogen peroxide is not processed in time after cleaning, it may be exposed to hydrogen peroxide during the milk production process, resulting in excess hydrogen peroxide residue in the milk. Although hydrogen peroxide is easy to decompose, too much inhalation of the human body can cause harm. Ballya's self-developed Milk Hydrogen Peroxide Rapid Test Kit can effectively detect excess hydrogen peroxide in milk. The test results comply with EU standards. The entire test process does not exceed 15 minutes, and operation is simple and can be completed at home.
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