Micronic Introduces a New Range of Sample Storage Starter Packs

Start securely sealing and storing up to 4,000 samples

Micronic
Nov 29, 2015

Micronic has introduced a new range of Sample Storage Starter Packs that enable labs to start securely sealing and storing up to 4,000 samples.

Micronic Starter Packs contain everything needed to start using 2D coded sample storage tubes, enabling laboratory workers to maintain a secure sample logistics system and eliminate the costly possibility of false sample identities.

Precisely manufactured in a certified Class 7 clean room production environment, a choice of RNase / DNase-free 0.75ml, 1.40ml, 3.00ml or 4.00ml sample storage tubes provides the versatility to suit almost any sample storage requirement.

Available with a choice of either TPE cap or Screw cap tube closure – the new Micronic Starter packs are ideal for biobanks, biorepositories or research labs that would like to start using 2D coded tubes for their sample storage. Since the amount of stored samples differs by the extent of automation and laboratory to laboratory, Micronic offers...

Each Starter Pack offers a substantial saving over buying the products individually. Since Micronic is a world leader in traceable sample preservation and storage, the quality of supplied goods is second to none and the design of all components is optimized to provide top performance.

Micronic’s goal is to advance research by serving scientists in finding solutions that contribute to a higher quality of life. We develop and manufacture a range of Dutch designed products to enhance the process of sample preservation and storage. Guided by its ethos of open communications – Micronic welcomes feedback and comments from its customers.

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