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Corning® 50 mL centrifuge tubes

50 mL centrifuge tubes, polypropylene, conical bottom w/ CentriStar cap, universal rack packed, sterile, natural, 25/universal rack, 300/cs

Synonym: 50 ml centrifuge tubes, centrifuge tubes, polypropylene centrifuge tubes



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material   cap (CentriStar)
  clear tube
  tube conical bottom
sterility   sterile
feature   RCF 15500 × g
  RCF 17,000 × g
  RNase and DNase free
  graduations 5 ‑ 50 mL graduation interval: 2.5 mL
  self standing: no
packaging   pack of 25
  case of 300
mfr. no.   Corning, 4558
O.D. × L   29.1 mm × 114.4 mm
capacity   50 mL
color   natural


General description

Corning® disposable 50 mL centrifuge tubes are available as either clear polyethylene terephthalate (PET) tubes with a traditional plug seal cap or polypropylene tubes with either plug seal caps or the new CentriStar caps.

The CentriStar cap has a easy-on/easy-off top and offers advanced ergonomics with its wider knurls and roll-over edge design. All tubes come in a variety of packaging options.

• Sterile, certified nonpyrogenic and DNase-/RNase-free
• Black printed graduations and a large white marking spot
• Maximum RCF for PET tubes is 3,600xg

Universal rack indicates that the rack fits both 15 mL and 50 mL tubes.

Legal Information

CentriStar is a trademark of Corning, Inc.

Corning is a registered trademark of Corning, Inc.

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