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1.5mL Screw Cap Freezing Tubes w/ Clear Cap, Sterile, 5000/unit

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Original price $800.00 - Original price $800.00
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Volume 2mL
Cap Style Screw Cap
Design Standing
Material Medical-grade polypropylene
Graduation Marks Yes
Bottom Style Skirted bottom
Sterilization Gamma Irradiation
Contaminants-Free DNase-free, RNase-free, and certified non-pyrogenic
Quantity 5,000 tubes per unit (formerly FCT-512-305 and FCT-512-120 skirted tubes)

Exceptional Sample Integrity

Our standing tubes offer exceptional sample integrity and ease of use in long-term, extreme-temperature storage as low as -196°C.

Secure Screw Closure

The screw closure seals without a gasket or O-ring, eliminating the risk of contamination and improving your one-handed aseptic technique.

Resealable Bags

Comes in resealable bags for convenient storage.

Self-Standing Design

Tubes can stand without the need for a rack or holder, allowing for easy handling and storage.

Graduation Marks

Features graduation marks for easy visual assessment of sample volume.

Interlocking Cap Design

The interlocking cap design ensures a leak-proof seal and prevents contamination, maintaining sample integrity.

Skirted Bottom

The skirted bottom allows for one-handed operation, enhancing convenience and efficiency in the laboratory.

Long-Term Storage

Ideal for long-term storage of cell cultures, biological samples, and aqueous solutions. Suitable for storage from general cold refrigeration (+4°C) down to the vapor phase of liquid nitrogen.

Writing Patch

Includes a writing patch for easy identification of samples.

Contaminant-Free

Our microcentrifuge tubes are sterilized by gamma irradiation, and are certified DNase/RNase-free and non-pyrogenic.

Versatile Capacity Options

Available in 0.5mL, 1.5mL, and 2.0mL capacities to suit various laboratory needs.

Warning

Do not use these tubes for storage in the liquid phase of liquid nitrogen unless they are correctly sealed. Such usage may cause liquefied nitrogen to be trapped inside the tube, resulting in pressure build-up and potential explosion.

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