Zeteo Tech has created a new state of the art in near real-time threat agent identification: BioFlye™ C-100. Using an advanced and miniaturized MALDI time-of-flight mass spectroscopy technology, Zeteo has created a first-of-a-kind digitalMALDI® mass spectrometer system with unprecedented levels of sensitivity, specificity and reduced analysis time. The C-100 system is intended for use for analyzing samples in aerosol collected in critical infrastructure, and can operate unattended for months at a time when connected to a trigger sensor.
BioFlye™ C-100 provides presumptive biological agent and bio-active chemical identification in less than 5 minutes. The system can confirm a detection on as few as 50-100 bacteria (spores or cells) and is capable of detecting a wide range of threats including bacterial spores, vegetative bacteria, mycobacteria, viruses, biotoxins and low-volatility, bio-active chemical threats.
BioFlye™ C-100 is now available for purchase for qualified buyers. Contact us for information on pricing and delivery.
Zeteo Tech now offers analytical testing services in addition to research and development services associated with the use of our digitalMALDI® mass spectrometers and systems. In addition to our core digitalMALDI® aerosol time-to-flight mass spectrometer capabilities, our state-of-art laboratory includes Axima® MALDI time-of-flight and Orbritrap® mass spectometers.
Zeteo Tech is targeting a number of commercial applications for the digitalMALDI® technology. Present applications include analysis of breath aerosol for diagnosis of infectious diseases such as tuberculosis and detection of airborne bio-threats within buildings and other critical infrastructure. Are you interested in exploring a new application through a joint development project? Contact us to discuss your application and pricing related to our services. Zeteo Tech offers scientific and technological services related to its digitalMALDI® product line, which may be customized for a wide range of applications including mobile laboratories for identifying chemicals and microorganisms.