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Storage Tubes for Light Sensitive Samples 0.75ml and 1.40ml

Tubes for light sensitive samples

Micronic presents the 0.75ml and 1.40ml Amber tinted polypropylene storage tubes that, used in conjunction with a secure screw cap or push cap, ensure the integrity of light sensitive biological samples even over long-term storage periods. Available in Non-coded and laser encrypted 2D coded formats – the tubes are designed from special amber colored material eliminating sample degradation by exposure to light while still usefully allowing visual checking of enclosed sample volume.

Supplied in a 96-position sample tube storage rack, that meets the globally recognized ANSI / SLAS standard footprint, Micronic 0.75ml and 1.40ml Amber storage tubes are compatible with most automated sample handling systems. Manufactured to strict tolerances, the precision and consistency of Micronic Amber storage tubes maximizes operational uptime when used with automated cherry picking and other sample handling systems.

Produced from high-quality polypropylene, in a certified class 7 cleanroom environment, Micronic Amber storage tubes resist most organic solvents (DMSO, methanol, dichloromethane). Micronic Amber tubes are fully validated RNase / DNase and pyrogen free, meaning they can be used to store the most sensitive biological samples.

By maintaining the highest possible hygiene level during its production processes, Micronic is also able to limit the endotoxin level of produced and packaged sample storage tubes to a minimum (< 0.01 EU/ml).

For further information please visit www.micronic.com/product/tubestrip-8-tubes-for-light-sensitive-samples or contact Micronic Europe on +31-320-277070, Micronic America on +1-484-480-3372, Micronic Asia on +31-320-277099 or email sales@micronic.com


     
Tags: Liquid Handling, Sample Storage

Date Published: June 30, 2016

Source article link: Micronic BV » company contact details
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