The Biosepar ParasiTrap® diagnostic system is the result of research and development work at the Max von Pettenkofer Institute for Medical Microbiology and Hygiene at the University of Munich. It was developed to facilitate the unpleasant and infection-prone stool processing in the laboratory, to make it safer and more environmentally friendly, and to optimize the hit rate in all the different sample materials. The efficient way of working also allows larger series of sample materials to be processed in a short time, which saves valuable working time and costs.
Advantages of the ParasiTrap® system: perfected by the vertical, active high-tech fine filtration without dead spaces and without material loss.
Standardisibility 100%
Reproducibility 100%
Sensitivity up to 100%
Hit rate up to 100%
The many other advantages of the Biosepar ParasiTrap® diagnostic system can only be fully recognized during use.

A few simple steps to diagnosis.

Use of the Biosepar ParasiTrap® sedimentation system.

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Microscopic pictures from daily routine work with the ParasiTrap® system for human and veterinary parasitology

We advocate environmental protection with our products

Our FixSepar® ECO and BioFLOT® processing media for parasitology

in the sedimentation and flotation process.

  • formalin-free

    Workplace neutral

  • Free from heavy metals, phosphates, nitrates and sulfates

    Patent-protected security for the user and environment

  • environmentally friendly

    High work and transport safety

  • General safe and no hazardous waste

    Cost-saving and highly efficient

  • Can be used also for: Molecular biology, PCR tests, immunology, serology, immunohistochemistry, cytology

    Without damage to DNA or RNA and without irreversible protein denaturation

The advantages for the environment and the health of the employees of FixSepar® ECO (sedimentation method) and BioFLOT® (flotation method) have already convinced many customers at home and abroad.


Abstract from the publication of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety of Germany:

In its final report, “Critical evaluation of the establishment and implementation of indoor limit values in the EU” (INDEX project), the EU commission classifies formaldehyde in group 1 “High priority”.
This makes formaldehyde one of the most dangerous substances in indoor air – together with benzene, acetaldehyde, carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxide.