Speedy Breedy®’s proprietary software has been designed to show the pressure differentials while the Speedy Breedy unit is connected to the software-running computer. This effectively enables the user to visualise the experiment in near real-time.

Speedy Breedy is supplied with a wide range of protocols that are designed to search for a “significant event,” which is when the pressure change in the headspace of the culture vessel is large enough to represent microbial activity inside the culture chamber.

Speedy Breedy’s Windows® compatible software is intuitive and easy to use, enabling customers to design their own protocols and download them to the Speedy Breedy unit. Protocols enable the user to set the incubation temperature (between 3°C below ambient and 44°C), vary the time pressure readings are taken and the speed at which the mixing paddles rotate inside the culture vessel.

Experimental data can be uploaded from Speedy Breedy’s SD card to the PC for archiving and further analysis.