The Push Cap Capper CP600 & CP610 can cap Micronic Push Caps (i.e. Capclusters or Capmats) on 96-format tubes with internal thread in rack.
Micronic operates corporate integrated Quality Management System (QMS) that is certified to ISO 9001:2015.
Reducing our impact on the environment is an integral part of our continuous improvement efforts. The environmental policy of Micronic is determined by our headquarters in the Netherlands, which is certified to ISO 14001:2015.
Micronic labware is manufactured and assembled in-house in a NEN-EN-ISO14644-1 Class 7 certified clean room environment (which is comparable to the US Federal Standard 209E Class 10,000).
For the manufacturing of its long term sample storage labware products Micronic uses solely virgin plastic raw material. The raw materials and auxiliary agents are selected based on the specifications that satisfy the high quality requirements of our products. The materials are FDA approved and comply with the (USA) USP XXII tests, including class VI (Medical approved), and the European Pharmacopoeia-monograph 3.2.2 unless communicated otherwise. Material components used to produce Micronic labware can be traced via the lot number indicated on the packaging.
The materials used for Micronic tubes are the result of extensive research. One selection criteria is that no measurable amount of extractables should leach into samples.
By maintaining the highest possible hygiene level during our production processes, Micronic manufactured labware is free of any detectable RNase or DNase contamination and the endotoxin level of produced and packaged labware is limited to an acceptable minimum (< 0.01 EU/ml). Our products are periodically tested on RNase, DNase and their endotoxin levels by independent expert organizations.
The Micronic 2D Data-Matrix codes and 1D barcodes are produced conform industry standards. The 2D Data-Matrix code (which adheres to the ECC200 standard) and 1D barcode (type 128B) are laser-etched into the code area and are guaranteed unique.
Products produced by Micronic are tested according to AQL inspection level G2 and AQL value 0.4.
Micronic labware products are developed and manufactured in compliance with the European Directive 98/79/EC for In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices, Annex III.
Upon request, Micronic products can be supplied gamma irradiated or ethylene oxide treated.
Our products comply with the IATA requirements for the transport of diagnostic specimens (UN packing instruction 602 and 650), assuming that our products are properly used (closed).
If you have any additional questions on the quality and safety of our products, please feel free to contact Micronic at email@example.com.
Micronic offers a range of products to make capping and decapping process more efficient. For the decapping of Push Caps, the Micronic Manual Push Cap Decappers are developed. The range includes the Manual Decapper-1, which is made of high quality plastic, and designed to remove a single Push Cap. The Manual Decapper-8 is also made of high quality plastic and removes Push Caps in a row of eight. The Manual Decapper-8 Aluminum removes individual Push Caps in a row of eight from frozen tubes. All manual decappers provide a convenient and fast removal of the TPE Push Caps.
The Push Cap Capper CP400 can apply uniform pressure to Push Caps in an entire 96 tubes rack in only a single action. This device is able to seal full racks or partially full racks with the complete range of Micronic TPE or EVA style Capmats, Capbands and Capclusters. The Capper is also compatible with other brands of storage tubes and racks. To ensure optimum results an adapter matched to your specific rack type and tube height is supplied.
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At Micronic our goal is to advance research by serving scientists in finding solutions that contribute to a higher quality of life. This is why it makes us particularly proud to supply the researchers of JUST with the consumables they need for their robotic discovery platform.
The University of Edinburgh and the Natural History Museum are using, as part of the 'Insect Pollinators Initiative', the Micronic 4.00ml tube for storing the larger insects in the collection.
"We use the Micronic sample storage products because the individual barcoded tubes allows us to easily swap tubes from plate to plate. As we have over 70,000 DNA samples, it is preferable to keep a sample in a single tube then split over several plates."
“We chose Micronic because of their compatibility with liquid handling robotics, validated ultra-low binding tube properties, highly satisfying split push cap sealing performance, and the assured traceability that their laser etched 1D barcoded rack and 2D coded tubes provide."
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|MP54000||Manual Decapper-1||10 pieces|
|MP54001||Manual Decapper-8||10 pieces|
|MP65010||Manual Decapper-8 Aluminum||1 unit|