To ensure the integrity of your valuable samples
The CAPP Media Bottles are manufactured in state-of-the-art clean-room facilities (Class 8), using the best materials. To be precise: ‘USP Class VI raw materials’, specifically chosen to minimize the number of additives and potential leachables. CAPP is proud to use PETG/PET materials that are free of fillers and plasticizers. Furthermore, the Bottles are gamma sterile, non-pyrogenic and non-cytotoxic, which makes them suitable for many applications. In addition, the Media Bottles are suitable for storage at temperatures between -70°C and 60°C.
The CAPP Media Bottles are made of the best PETG/PET materials, for the least possible influence on your sample, so that its integrity remains unaffected.
We know better than anyone how important it is that sample material does not leak. The Media Bottles have been extensively tested to remain sealed under various conditions.
The CAPP Media Bottles are designed to meet the most stringent requirements in biopharmaceutical processing, storage of critical reagents and other laboratory applications.
The PETG Media Bottles are available in 30, 60, 125, 250, 500, 1,000 and 2,000 mL, and the PET variants in 125, 250, 500, and 1,000 mL.
You can rely on the Media Bottles
We understand how important it is to have a good seal in clean-room conditions. That is why the CAPP Media Bottles are equipped with a heat-shrinkable band around the neck, which seals the bottle and its contents tightly. So you can have peace of mind about the integrity of your samples. Furthermore, the Bottles have been rigorously tested to be completely leak-proof. Thus, they are able to withstand a pressure of 953 mBar of water at room temperature. All in all, the CAPP Media Bottles are a safe choice if you care about the integrity of your samples.
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