A wide shallow opening enables easy loading and removal of tissue samples using tweezers. In addition to storage, the tubes can also be used for secure transportation.
Drawing upon over 35 years of experience in manufacturing and supplying traceable sample storage solutions to research centers and laboratory facilities, Micronic has developed a Next Generation Ultra- Low Temperature Tube Storage Rack Range. The Micronic Ultra-Low Temperature (ULT) Racks do not simply have a nicer design – they are better in every way. The racks have many unique features including its extremely strong design for cryogenic storage, a novel “icebreaker” cover lock mechanism, cover prints indicating rack and tube type, rack orientation marks and a highly transparent cover which enables easy visual checking of the enclosed samples.
Precision manufactured in a certified Class 7 clean room production facility, the Micronic ULT Racks are based on the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (ANSI/SLAS) standards for storage racks and accommodate 96, 48 or 24 tubes. Absolute traceability and reproducibility on the racks is ensured through novel laser-etched alphanumeric visual location aids on top of the racks and a unique laser-etched 1D barcode on the side of the racks. The open bottom design of the storage racks facilitate quick defrosting of samples.
|Parameter||Micronic 24-6 Rack|
|Material||Highest Purity PC|
|Height with cover||77.8mm|
|Temperature range||Vapor phase LN2 to +140ºC|
PhD candidate at LUMC Nienke van Rein commented, “I chose Micronic because of the space saving 96-well rack format; more sample material could fit in the freezer compared to products from other companies. The screw cap also stays securely in place during long-term storage in -80°C."
“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."
“The Micronic Screw Cap Recapper is a very smoothly running, easy to use and silent device. I also think it is a great benefit that the Screw Cap Recapper is contamination-free."
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.
|Article Number||Description||Unit Size||Case Size|
|MP51408||Micronic 24-6 Rack with low cover for tubes capped with Screw Caps (barcoded A1-D1 side)||6 racks||4|