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CytoOne T75 filter cap TC flask

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T75 flasks have a canted neck.  Growth area: 75 cm2; working volume: 20 ml; maximum volume: 279 ml.

    Vented filter caps have a 0.2 µm hydrophobic membrane
    Easy open, resealable zip top bags protect unused flasks
    Anti-tip skirts and base bars improve stability
    Wide necks provide easy access while minimizing contamination
    Stacking rims are vented for thermal equalization
    Optical clarity provides distortion-free microscopy
    Certified DNase, RNase, DNA, and pyrogen free
    Gamma sterilized

CytoOne tissue culture treated flasks have consistent surfaces for optimum cell attachment and growth. Green vented filter caps have a 0.2 µm hydrophobic membrane to exclude bacteria and fungal contaminates. Convenient molded volume graduations and frosted writing surfaces. T75 flasks have traceable lot numbers etched into the base. All flasks are 100% pressure tested for leak-free assurance. Manufactured from premium grade virgin polystyrene.

Product CytoOne T75 filter cap TC flask
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