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Ultra Low Temperature Rack for Tissue Storage Tubes

The new Micronic 24-2 rack accommodates twenty-four 3.00ml tissue storage tubes.

Micronic

Drawing upon over 30 year’s experience of supplying traceable sample storage solutions to research centres and laboratory facilities around the world, Micronic has launched a new ultra-low temperature rack for tissue tube storage.

Precision manufactured in a Class 7 cleanroom production facility - the new Micronic 24-2 rack accommodates twenty-four 3.00ml tissue storage tubes in an automation compatible American National Standards Institute / Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (ANSI / SLAS) dimensional footprint.

The sturdy design of the new Micronic 24-2 rack ensures minimal deformation due to temperature changes making it ideal for long term use in automated ultra-low temperature tissue storage facilities.

The new Micronic 24-2 rack may be autoclaved several times providing considerable cost savings over consumable sample storage products. Absolute traceability and reproducibility on the 24-2 rack is ensured through alphanumeric visual location aids and a unique laser engraved barcode on the side of the rack....

All Micronic racks and tubes are manufactured under US Federal Standard 209E Class 7 clean room conditions. Manufactured from high quality polycarbonate - Micronic 24-2 racks are produced RNase/ DNase and Pyrogen-free. If required the racks may also be supplied sterile through gamma irradiation or ethylene oxide treatment.

Micronic is the leading global innovator in tissue sample storage. The new ultra-low temperature 24-2 rack is another unique addition to help provide the ultimate tissue storage solution. Dedicated to the design and production of innovative sample storage solutions for over 30 years, Micronic is uniquely able to offer laboratories the expert advice to help them safeguard one of their most valuable assets - their samples.

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