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15 ml Polycarbonate Vials with Lined Caps

15 ml Polycarbonate Vials with Lined Polypropylene Screw Caps

SKU: PCRV 15-100-23

Originally designed for the difficult job of dry grinding 15 lyophilized corn kernels for field trials, our 15 ml Polycarbonate Vials are ideal for researchers requiring pooled samples for analysis and those homogenizing larger samples.  Solvent-resistant (polyethylene) Lined Polypropylene Screw Caps are recommended for researchers wet grinding with solvents or buffers. 

Our 15 ml Polycarbonate Vials are extremely durable and can be submersed into liquid nitrogen and immediately used for homogenizing.  

Each case comes complete with one hundred (100) 15 ml Polycarbonate Vials and one hundred (100) Lined Polypropylene Screw Caps. 

Our 15 ml Polycarbonate Vials work best with 7/16" Stainless Steel Grinding Balls (not included).

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