What is it?
The temperature during regular intervals of the incubation process of specific microorganisms.
Why is it important?
Monitoring the incubation environment and temperature of microorganisms is important when conducting specific tests such as a test for E. coli. The amount of time a microorganism incubates is important to know, since it can affect how many bacteria you will end up with. Incubation time should always be measured and monitored in tandem with Incubation Temperature as one often informs the other.
Water Rangers Protocol
This type of parameter is generally used during E. Coli testing. We do not currently have a specific test for this included in our kit!