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Z740382 Sigma

Eco-Friendly SpecTainer, biodegradable

size 60 mL, sterile

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material   polyethylene cap
  polypropylene container
sterility   sterile
packaging   pack of 500 ea
mfr. no.   Simport, C567-60AQSECO
size   60 mL

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The Simport Eco-Friendly SpecTainer will biodegrade to become some of the soil’s organic components in less than 7 years in constant contact with the soil instead of up to 400 years when using conventional plastics.The Simport Eco-Friendly SpecTainer, one of the most innovative specimen containers on the market today, is now available in a new version: The Eco-Friendly SpecTainer, a rapidly degradable Specimen Container. Plastics take hundreds of years to degrade naturally in the environment. The only condition that is necessary for the Eco-Friendly SpecTainer to biodegrade is constant contact with other degrading material. No heat, physical stress, oxygen or sunlight necessary. The Eco-Friendly SpecTainer has the ability to break down safely and quickly, by biological means, into the raw materials of nature and disappear into the environment.Does not contain heavy metals. No negative effect to its physical properties. No heat, light or mechanical stress needed for product breakdown. No toxic residue. Fully degradable within 7 years, aerobically or anaerobically.

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