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Cryogenic Tubes

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Globe Scientific’s CryoClear™ tubes are designed for cryogenic storage and transport of biological specimens at temperatures as low as -196°C. This innovative line features outstanding leak resistance and purity due to the special thermoplastic elastomer layer that is co-molded with the screw cap. Each tube has a unique printed barcode for automated data collection, accurate sample inventory, and to conceal the sample’s identity. The tubes have printed graduation marks for exact measurements and a large white writing area for manual specimen identification.

Features and Benefits
• Screw caps are molded with a thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) layer to provide a 100% leak-proof seal
• Medical Grade Polypropylene, Polyethylene and TPE
• Unique barcode printed on each tube for automated data collection
• White writing surface for specimen identification
• Printed graduations for accurate measurements
• Tubes and caps are autoclavable
• Produced from medical grade raw materials that will not discolor after re-sterilizing
• Non-Pyrogenic
• Non-Cytotoxic
• Non-Mutagenic
• RNase free, DNase free, ATP free and Human DNA free
• Chemical resistant polypropylene tube
• Tamper evident packaging
• Self-standing tubes interlock in Globe workstation
Product Cryogenic Tubes
Company Globe Scientific Inc
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Globe Scientific Inc
610 Winters Avenue Paramus, New Jersey 07652 USA

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