High performance luminometer  for monitoring and detecting the presence of contamination on surfaces and in water, including food residue, allergens and/or bacteria. Lead Time 7-10 days.

Testing Devices Extra:

Ultrasnap ATP surface testing device

Aquasnap ATP water testing device


ATP Meter



SystemSURE Plus

The  SystemSURE Plus ATP meter hygiene monitoring system is the ATP testing equipment you need to quickly determine the cleaning efficiency and hygienic status of surfaces and water, while ensuring product quality and reducing costs.

This ATP meter is designed with state-of-the art electronics, upgraded software program and improved functionality. The palm-sized ATP meter is easy to use, extremely sensitive and affordable.

Used with the Ultrasnap (surface) and Aquasnap (water) testing devices, the Hygiena SystemSURE Plus ATP meter measures adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the universal energy molecule found in all animal, plant, bacterial, yeast and mold cells.

  • SystemSure Plus meter
  • 2 AA Batteries
  • Carrying Case
  • Carrying Case Tallace
  • Testing Procedure Guide
  • Helpful Tips Guide
  • Device Operating Manual
  • SystemSure Plus Software
  • RS-232 Cable
  • Data Software Manual

EnSURE Touch

EnSURE Touch is a new innovative luminometer which is customisable to support your food safety and sanitation program. Using the one instrument, you can collect, analyse and report multiple quality tests including ATP, microorganisms and enzymes.EnSURE Touch’s responsive, shatterproof touchscreen design puts all the functionality and features of the ATP monitoring system at your fingertips.  In just a few touches you can: –

  • Quick test: Run a test from any plan or location in as few as two touches.
  • Locations: Create testing points with customised fields and pass/fail limits on the go without needing desktop software.
  • Plans: Easily group testing locations into plans and randomise test locations to ensure sampling coverage.
  • Users: Manage user access to differentiate personnel from managers. Enhanced administrator control.
  • Results & Reports: Easily view testing results and trend analysis.
  • Search: Quickly find specific testing plans and locations on the fly, limiting time between tests.
  • Calibration: Factory-calibrated and pre-set checks to stay GMP/ISO-compliant.
  • Retest: Swipe through failed test locations and instantly run re-tests to show effectiveness of corrective action.
  • MicroSnap: Test and show results for organisms like Coliform, E. coli, Enterobacteriaceae, and total viable count.
  • Enzymes: Test and show results for enzymes like Alkaline Phosphatase and Acid Phosphatase.
  • Settings: Customise settings for language, custom fields, test types, and simulate competitor RLU limits.

EnSURE Touch is supplied Wi-Fi capable, allowing you to directly and securely synch your results with the cloud based data analysis software without connecting via USB.



Run multiple tests on one system

The EnSURE Touch system is designed to be used for multiple quality and food safety tests. Users can use the system for ATP hygiene monitoring or have an expanded program that incorporates rapid microorganism tests for environmental monitoring and finished product testing. Additional tests for pasteurisation and cooking proficiency are also available.



Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is an enzyme that is present in all living cells, and an ATP monitoring system can detect the amount of organic matter that remains after cleaning an environmental surface, a medical device or a surgical instrument. Hospitals, medical facilities and Nursing Homes are using ATP-based sanitation monitoring systems to detect and measure ATP on surfaces as a method of ensuring the effectiveness of their facilities’ sanitation efforts. The amount of ATP detected, and where this ATP was detected, indicates areas and items in the healthcare setting that may need to be recleaned, and the possible need for improvement in a healthcare facility’s cleaning protocols.

Until now, hospitals and healthcare facilities have relied primarily on visual inspections to determine the hygienic status of a surface. However, more and more facilities are finding that visual inspections alone cannot reliably determine the presence of surface contamination when many soils such as bacteria, biofilm and organic residues are not visible to the naked eye. The ATP System does detect the presence of any organic contamination you cannot see. This technology is transforming the practice of environmental hygiene and provides healthcare facilities with a real-time assessment tool.

ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is present in all organic material and is the universal unit of energy used in all living cells.

ATP is produced and/or broken down in metabolic processes in all living systems. Processes such as photosynthesis in plants, muscle contraction in humans, respiration in fungi and fermentation in yeast are all driven by ATP. Therefore, most foods, water and microbial cells will contain some level of naturally occurring ATP.

Structure of ATP
Adenosine Triphospahte (ATP) present in all organic tissue


The first generation ATP tests were derived from hygiene monitoring applications and therefore the samples were relatively free of interferences. The second generation tests are designed specifically for industrial applications, wastewater, and water. In the second generation ATP tests the samples contain, for the most part, a variety of interfering components.

There are two types of ATP within a water sample containing microorganisms:

  1. Extracellular ATP, which is located outside of biological cells. The extracellular ATP has been released from stressed or dead organisms.
  2. Intracellular ATP, which is contained inside the living biological cells.

It is important to perform accurate measurements of these two types of ATP in order to assess biological health and to control water and wastewater processes.

The SystemSURE Plus luminometer (in conjunction with the Aquasnap or Ultrasnap ATP swabs) uses bioluminescence to detect residual ATP as an indicator of cleanliness.

The presence of ATP indicates the presence of contamination on surfaces and in water, including food residue, allergens and/or bacteria.

This implies a potential for the support of bacterial growth.

Key Features

  • Simple to use – three step test
  • Lightweight, handheld and durable
  • 250 programmable test points per test plan
  • 20 programmable test plans
  • Alphanumeric ID of locations
  • Stores 2000 results
  • Programmable user IDs
  • Self-calibration at start up
  • Detects down to 1 femtomole (1 x 10-16 moles) of ATP

Instrument Design

Small, lightweight, handheld instrument (0.22kgs, 7 x 18 x 3 cm)

  • Durable outside shell, sealed keypad to battle against splashes and the environment
  • Advanced photodiode technology
  • AA battery powered (lasts up to 3000+ tests)
  • PC compatible via RS232 cable or USB
  • Simple to use, menu-driven operation from keypad
  • Engineered for durability and intensive use


SystemSure Plus. Includes ATP meter, case, carry handle, data lead, data analysis software.

Not included:

Ultrasnap ATP surface testing device – swabs.  Includes 100 pens Aquasnap ATP water testing device – swabs. Includes 100 pens for Total ATP with Extractant Included in each pen

Additional information

Weight2 kg
Dimensions20 x 10 x 10
ATP Meter

SystemSure, EnsureTouch