With the Micronic Disposable Cap Carriers
Micronic offers Screw Caps in an automation friendly cap carrier. The cap carriers are fully compatible with automated Screw Cap capping/decapping equipment offered by Micronic. The cap carriers are based on the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (ANSI/SLAS) standards and accommodate 96-, 48- or 24-well format screw caps.
To enhance and accelerate the capping and decapping process, the Micronic (De)Capping line provides you with several options. The Screw Cap Recapper CS100 is developed to improve the manual (de)capping of tubes. The cost-effective tools are set to a precise torque value and stop turning when a perfect seal is established, ensuring an optimal sealing performance. Developed in conjunction with several leading laboratories, the Screw Cap Recapper CS500 offers the ability to cap, decap or recap a row of tubes in less than 5 seconds and a whole rack in only 1 minute. This is 10 times faster than by hand and improves productivity. The automated Screw Cap Recapper CS700 is “must-have” equipment for higher throughput users. The devices are user-friendly and extremely durable and reliable and cap entire racks in 30 seconds.
Screw Caps for internally threaded tubes feature a high quality Silicon O-ring
Screw caps are ideal for sample storage at ultra-low temperatures
Resists chemical solvents
Compatible with Micronic Screw Caps in 96-, 48- and 24-well format
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