OPS Diagnostics’ 5 mm 440 C Stainless Steel Grinding Balls can be used with 4 ml and 15 ml vials. Our 5 mm Grinding Balls are made of slightly magnetic steel, allowing them to be retrieved with a magnet, while remaining resistant to corrosion.
All of our grinding balls are treated to remove residual oils and contaminants prior to packaging and are ready-to-use.
Our 5 mm 440C Stainless Steel Grinding Balls are suitable for use with the Qiagen TissueLyser bead dispenser.
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