CAPP Expell cardboard cryoboxes are the ultimate solution for environmentally friendly cryogenic storage. These highly flexible storage units provide exceptional value to both small life science labs and extensive research centers that are heavily invested in cryogenic storage of samples and reagents. CAPP Expell cardboard cryoboxes are designed in an elegant way that keeps samples meticulously organized in an affordable package that will not break the bank. Read on to learn more about how CAPP Expell cardboard cryoboxes can help your lab stay on top of its cryogenic storage game.
Durable Cardboard Cryoboxes
If the thought of storing cardboard cryoboxes in a freezer makes you cringe, then you need to try out CAPP Expell cardboard cryoboxes. Constructed from premium quality materials, these cardboard cryoboxes are designed to weather the harsh environments of cryogenic storage. Additionally, CAPP Expell cardboard cryoboxes feature a coating that offers exceptional moisture resistance and resistance against mild chemicals. The combination of premium quality materials as well as effective moisture and chemical protection enables these cardboard cryoboxes to offer long service that outlasts several alternatives that are available on the market.
Environmentally friendly Cardboard Cryoboxes
Designed to reflect CAPP’s attitude toward environmental stewardship, the Expell range of cardboard cryoboxes offers life science laboratories an opportunity to do their part in saving our planet from pollution. All CAPP Expell cardboard cryoboxes are manufactured from responsibly sourced, biodegradable materials. After use CAPP cardboard cryoboxes can be safely recycled, lessening the huge environmental burden created by non-recyclable cryopreservation solutions. By choosing CAPP cardboard cryoboxes, you are choosing the ecofriendly cryogenic storage solution!
Flexible Cardboard Cryoboxes
With their exchangeable grids, CAPP Expell cardboard cryoboxes allow for flexible storage of cryotubes. Scientists have the option to fit a 9 x 9 grid in the interior of cardboard cryoboxes or alternatively a 10 x 10 grid. The 9 x 9 grid allows scientists to store up to 81 samples in their cardboard cryoboxes, while the 10 x 10 grid can hold up to 100 smaller cryotubes. When there is a need to store larger tubes, CAPP Expell cardboard cryoboxes allow end-users to remove the grid and store samples right inside the box. With such a great degree of flexibility, CAPP Expell cardboard cryoboxes can be used for several cryopreservation applications.
Cardboard Cryoboxes for easy freezer storage
CAPP Expell cardboard cryoboxes are designed to fit into standard freezer racks. Supplied in a standard footprint of 133 x 133 x 50 mm (L x W x H), these cardboard cryoboxes can be used in modern, space efficient storage racks without any issues. Additionally, the surface of CAPP cardboard cryoboxes is easy to write on, making it convenient for users to index their samples before freezing. The white colored surface of CAPP cardboard cryoboxes offers great contrast for easy visibility of pen markings while in the freezer.
Try CAPP Expell Cardboard Cryoboxes today
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