Polypropylene Sample Storage Tubes Shown to be Extractables-free
A new technical study from Micronic reports on tests carried out to demonstrate the absence of extractable organic contaminants in their polypropylene sample storage tubes for extractables-free sample storage.
The possibility of extractables being leached out of polypropylene tubes by aqueous or organic solvents is a major concern to many organisations looking to safeguard their valuable stored samples from contamination.
In the tests carried out, samples of Micronic polypropylene sample storage tubes were extracted with 10% absolute ethanol in ultrapure water and the extract was then analysed using highly sensitive GC-FID and GC-MS instrumentation. Results, included in the report, demonstrate a complete absence of organic contaminants in the samples extracted from the Micronic polypropylene sample storage tubes.
Manufactured from only the highest purity virgin polypropylene in a certified Class 7 Clean Room production facility, Micronic sample storage tubes are completely-free of extractible contaminants often found in lower grade storage tubes. As a consequence the integrity of your stored samples, over even extended periods of time, is assured.
For a copy of this report please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information on polypropylene tubes for high integrity sample storage please visit www.micronic.com/product/140ml-tubes or contact Micronic Europe on +31-320-277070, Micronic America on +1-484-480-3372, Micronic Asia on +31-320-277099 or email email@example.com.
Tags: Sample Storage
Date Published: October 12, 2015
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