Level up your cryo-preservation expertise with New NEST Cryogenic Tubes
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Level up your cryo-preservation expertise with New NEST Cryogenic Tubes

Cryogenic tubes, also known as freezing tubes, are commonly used for low-temperature preservation. They are a crucial laboratory consumable in the biological, pharmaceutical, food, and other industries. Made of medical-grade polypropylene (PP), NEST Cryogenic Tubes can withstand low temperatures down to -196°C in a liquid nitrogen gas phase. NEST offers three types of cryogenic tubes, including cryogenic tubes (without 2D barcode), 2D barcode cryogenic tubes and 3-code cryogenic tubes.

Improved Sealing Effect 

The soft rubber gasket and cap are integrated in one piece through injection molding.  They have successfully passed the -70kPa vacuum pressure test without any leakage.

Material Upgrade

New polymer material used provides improved cryogenic and anti-aging performance. With a temperature resistance range of -196 to 121°C, the tubes can withstand repeated freeze-thaw cycles without cracking or leaking.

Suitable for Automation

The "Eight-petal plum" pattern reduces manual processes, lowers contamination risk, and reduces labor cost.

More Specifications 

New volumes of 4 mL, 5 mL in a 10x10 specification are introduced, catering to various research needs.

Multi-color Inserts 

Color-coded cap inserts facilitates easy sample identification.. 

Encoding rules

The Three-code-in-one Tubes are equipped with a combination of DATAMATRIX code, barcode, and readable code, which are laser-etched on the bottom and side of the tube. These codes have high contrast for easy reading, are scratch-resistant, and securely adhere to the tube, making them resistant to falling off. They are also designed to withstand exposure to DMSO and other organic solvents. The laser-etched international standard DATAMATRIX codes ensure high uniqueness.

Box lid buckle:

the cryogenic box is specifically designed with a durable buckle that tightly secures the box. This prevents any scattering or unintended opening of the box when accidentally dropped. The buckle switch is user-friendly and maintains its functionality even after the box has been frozen in liquid nitrogen, ultimately ensuring the safety and integrity of the stored samples.