Productive Screw Cap Tube Recapper
News May 26, 2015
Using the new ergonomic Screw Cap Recapper SR008 it is possible to cap or decap 8 tubes with screw caps in a single action.
Developed in conjunction with several leading laboratories the handheld device offers users the ability to cap a row of 8 tubes in 5 seconds and a whole rack of 96 tubes in only 1 minute. The Screw Cap Recapper is 10 times faster than manually capping tubes thereby minimizing sample evaporation and significantly improving your productivity. In addition the Screw Cap Recapper ensures each screw cap is reproducibly tightened securely and uniformly.
Compatible with Micronic Screw Caps and Screw Cap tubes, and customisable to operate with other brands, the compact Screw Cap Recapper provides an ergonomic lightweight solution for both left and right handed users
Benefiting from a purely manual operation the Screw Cap Recapper requires no battery charging and is always available for use. Whether you are looking to recap tubes with the same or new caps it is easy to position the screw caps above tubes using the Screw Cap Recapper. When removing screw caps, the large ejection handle makes discarding the old caps a simple single action task. Each reliable and robust Micronic Screw Cap Recapper comes with a 3-Year warranty.
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