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MetroSperm® Semen Concentration Analysis System

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$52.99$182.99

The MetroSperm® is a handheld, direct read spectrophotometer for measuring boar semen concentration, ejaculate, semen dose processing and temperature.

Semen concentration and temperature are caluclated quickly and accurately.  The sensor is dipped directly into the sample and measures the opacity – which is measured at a variety of different light levels to acheive an average concentration.

The MetroSperm® only requires the easy to clean probe be immersed directly into the ejaculate rather than out-of-date methods of dilution and transfer – making it much faster to get more accurate results.

  • Faster more accurate results
  • No dilution of semen into extender
  • Easy to read results – no calculations needed

Name Item Unit Quantity Price
MetroSperm® w/Host 1 Each Read more
MetroSperm® Arm 1 Each
$182.99
MetroSperm® for PC 1 Each Read more
MetroSperm® Cable - 180 cm 1 Each
$52.99
MetroSperm® Mix 1 Each Read more

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Item Number: EVAL 05 00

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