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Sartolab® bottle, 150 mL

Sartorius single-use polystyrene (PS) storage bottles are designed for safe, secure storage of tissue culture media and sera, buffers, and other aqueous solutions. The 150 mL bottles are supplied, presterilized and ready to use.

Item no.:  180-22---------E

   

Features & Benefits

  • Single-use polystyrene bottles for storage of media, buffers, and other aqueous solutions

  • Bottles featuring a low-profile design for easy gripping with one hand

  • Ergonomically designed cap to provide a rigid grip and one-hand handling of each bottle

  • The bottles with an indented bottom are stackable to save space in the refrigerator and in the freezer

  • Caps (45 mm) with airtight seal to minimize the risk of contamination

  • The bottles can be used with all Sartolab® RF | BT vacuum filtration units with a 45 mm neck size

  • Graduation marks on the bottles ensure accuracy and easy reading

  • Designated writing field for clear labeling of samples

  • The materials used in the production of the Sartolab® bottles are medical-grade for the highest quality, without any animal origin

  • Sterile and endotoxin-free

Catalog

Laboratory Filtration Products
en 8.2 MB

Datasheet

Sartolab® RF | BT Vacuum Filtration Units
en 332.4 kB
Sartolab Single Use Polystyrene Datasheet Sartorius
en 370.2 kB

Dimensions

  • Dimensions
    77 × 87 mm
  • Filter Diameter
    N/A
  • Filtration Area
    N/A
  • Neck Size Bottle Top Units
    ⌀ 45 mm

General Specifications

  • Device Format
    Bottle only

Volumes

  • Filling Volume
    150 mL
  • Funnel Volume
    N/A
  • Receiver Flask Volume
    150 mL
  • Volume
    150 mL

eShop Dynamic Attributes

  • Application
    Buffer & Media
  • Application Area
    N/A
  • Delivery Condition
    Sterile
  • Device Type
    Bottle
  • Housing Material
    Polystyrene (PS)
  • Membrane Material
    N/A
  • Pack Size
    12
  • Packaging
    Single pouch packed
  • Pore Size
    N/A
  • Sample Type
    Aqueous
  • Sterilization Method
    E-Beam (beta) irradiation
  • Wettability
    Hydrophilic