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GBL666304

Grace Bio-Labs Press-To-Seal silicone isolator, PSA both sides

wells, 1 (Round, 20mm diameter, 2.6mm depth), (Adhesive on both sides)

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Synonym(s):
Nonadhesive reagent isolators, autoclavable slide chambers, removable hydrophobic barrier
NACRES:
NB.22

material

red silicon

sterility

non-sterile

feature

wells 1 (Round, 20mm diameter, 2.6mm depth)
(Adhesive on both sides)

manufacturer/tradename

Grace Bio-Labs 666304

external L × W

25 mm × 25 mm

well area

3.14 cm2

wells

1

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sterility

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sterility

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sterility

non-sterile

sterility

non-sterile

manufacturer/tradename

Grace Bio-Labs 666304

manufacturer/tradename

Grace Bio-Labs 666504

manufacturer/tradename

Grace Bio-Labs 666207

manufacturer/tradename

Grace Bio-Labs 666303

wells

1

wells

1

wells

1

wells

1

feature

wells 1 (Round, 20mm diameter, 2.6mm depth)

feature

wells 1 (Round, 20mm diameter, 0.8mm depth), (Adhesive on both sides)

feature

wells 1 (Round, 13mm diameter, 1.8mm depth), (Adhesive both sides)

feature

wells 1 (Rounded rectangle, 19mm x 32mm x 2.6mm depth), (Adhesive both sides)

external L × W

25 mm × 25 mm

external L × W

25 mm × 25 mm

external L × W

25 mm × 25 mm

external L × W

44 mm × 25.5 m2

General description

Silicone Isolators allow researchers to isolate specimens using removable hydrophobic barriers. They may be used to isolate cells grown in culture dishes or separate multiple specimens affixed to microscope slides. Isolators are available in red silicone thickness 0.5 to 2.5mm pre-cut or as sheet material with or without secure seal clean adhesive on one or both surfaces. Nonadhesive isolators are autoclavable and reusable.

Silicone Isolators remain sealed to smooth surfaces during washing steps. Where additional sealing is required, SecureSeal adhesive on one or both surfaces is recommended. Each seal design is also available in CultureWell "water-clear" silicone, which is highly recommended for sensitive cell culture applications. Closed chambers may be formed using flexible RNase free, HybriSlip covers. Recommended use temperature is -62°C to 218°C.

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