Containers

Photo of Falcon™ Polypropylene Sample Containers, Sterile.
Falcon™ 4-1/2 oz. (110mL) or 8 oz. (220mL) sterile sample containers with or without lid. Disposable polypropylene containers provide secure sample containment. Molded-in graduations for easy measurement. 4-1/2 oz. containers are graduated in ounces and milliliters; from ½ oz. to 4½ oz. in ¼ oz. increments, and from 20mL to 110mL in 10mL increments. 8 oz. containers are graduated in ounces and milliliters; from ¼ oz. to 8 oz. in ¼ oz. increments, and from 20mL to 220mL in 10mL increments. Inert and chemically resistant to commonly used laboratory reagents at room temperature.
Photo of Nalgene 7142 Large Round HDPE Containers with Covers

Nalgene 7142 Large Round HDPE Containers with Covers are ideal for storing and transporting dry and solid material, specimens and general lab supplies. Positive-lock lids assure a tight seal. Easy-grip handles. Stackable. National Sanitation Foundation (NSF)-approved for food and beverage storage.

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Photo of Dynalon Disposable White Specimen Containers

Lightweight containers with tight-fitting lids. Molded of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) or polypropylene copolymer (PPCO). These white opaque containers are unbreakable. Designed to simplify and standardize the handling and storage of specimens. The containers are inert and cannot be attacked by formaldehyde or weak acids or bases. Will resist freezing or boiling. They have long shelf lives and are easily disposable. Sturdy enough for reuse. Easy to store, requires little space. Maximum temperature for HDPE is 230° F (110° C). Maximum temperature for PPCO is 250° F (121° C).

Photo of Dynalon Disposable Natural Translucent Specimen Containers

Lightweight containers with tight-fitting lids. Molded of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) or polypropylene copolymer (PPCO). These natural translucent containers are unbreakable. Designed to simplify and standardize the handling and storage of specimens. The containers are inert and cannot be attacked by formaldehyde or weak acids or bases. Will resist freezing or boiling. They have long shelf lives and are easily disposable. Sturdy enough for reuse. Easy to store, requires little space. Maximum temperature for HDPE is 230° F (110° C). Maximum temperature for PPCO is 250° F (121° C).