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Tempo® Cosmetic

Tempo® Cosmetic

NEW Automated solution for challenge test enumeration ISO 11930 & USP 1223 compliant. Time savings, Standardization, Quality.


Challenge test automation

Challenge Tests automation with TEMPO® increases throughput and delivers results faster, which increases flexibility and shortens the product development cycle.

Tempo is an automated system for microorganisms enumeration. It is miniaturized and an optimized MPN method (16 tube repetition) that allows quantification compliant with USP <1223> and ISO 11930.

It requires 2 ergonomic stations to perform the enumeration:

-   TEMPO® filling station to fill TEMPO® cards with your inoculated cosmetic samples
and Tempo culture media containing a fluorescent indicator

-   TEMPO® Reader instrument for an automated enumeration in CFU/g or ml



✔ Free Up time for investigation studies and quickly adapt to seasonal workload peaks

  • 50% of labor savings in average
  • 100 enumerations/H

✔ Decrease new formulation development time and manage more projects concurrently

  • Three-day reduction in incubation time yields quicker screening results


✔ Neutralization efficiency demonstration: 1 to 4900 CFU/g or ml
✔ Enumerate: from 100 CFU/g up to 10E8 CFU/g
✔ Easy to Use
✔ Fast technical training
✔ Less waste
✔ Simplified reagent management (long shelf lifes and space savings)


✔ Technical Reliability: USP <1223> and ISO 11930 compliant
✔ Data integrity

  • Enumeration Traceability
  • Connectivity to LIMS and results exportable to Excel

Tests available

Tempo Challenge Test Bacteria
Tempo Challenge test Fungi

Increased laboratory performance

With the rapid and fully automated TEMPO® system, increase your productivity and improve your routine challenge test operations:

  • SIMPLIFIED WORKFLOW : No serial dilution and no plating
  • SECURED DATA: Full traceability is ensured : simplified audits and improved data quality
  • ENHANCED REACTIVITY: Free up time for investigation studies & quickly adapt to seasonal workload peaks