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Maximize sample security with Thermo Scientific Sterilin Universal Containers

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MD_FP_16052013a.gifFrom centrifugation to sample storage and transport, the safety and security of valuable or hazardous samples is critical. Fully CE marked and 95 kPa compliant, Thermo Scientific Sterilin 30 mL Polypropylene Universal Containers guard against valuable sample loss with a leak-free guarantee, offering premium quality assurance for a diverse array of laboratory and clinical applications.


MD_FP_16052013c.gifIn addition, the new ‘QuickStart’ cap design requires fewer turns than other conventional container caps. Based on a three-start thread, this novel feature enables quick and easy handling, reducing the risk of accidental sample spillages. This is ideal for single-handed operation during complex laboratory tasks, and especially beneficial for optimal aseptic technique. Sterilin 30 mL Polypropylene Universal containers are also aseptically manufactured, further preventing unwanted sample contamination.


MD_FP_16052013b.gifFor complete confidence in sample containment under a range of conditions, the robust polypropylene construction of Sterilin 30 mL Universal Containers enhances both temperature and chemical resistance. This expands the range of suitable applications, while the clear plastic design also allows the operator to keep track of both sample content and volume.

Guarding against sample spillage is crucial for every laboratory, preventing the loss of precious samples, and avoiding contamination from hazardous substances, leaked during storage or transport.


Protect your valuable samples today: find out more on the full range of Sterilin Universal Containers.

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