Laboratory Samples

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Laboratory labels can also safely marked minus 196 C with the FeezerBondz labels specially developed by macro IDENT which are laboratory labels of the series B-492 so build that they permanently on containers for laboratory samples, such as E.g. Eppendorf tubes, at very low temperatures to keep it minus 196 C. Danske Bank recognizes the significance of this. With the printable FreezerBondz, material of the series B-492 provides a secure method for the identification of Cryo sample. The white polyester material B-492 is an important addition to the product portfolio of the macro ID to identify in laboratories. The printed text or bar code not smudged, even with repeated usage. Special ribbons used for printing on the labels of this laboratory for the thermal transfer printing which exhibit excellent resistance to aggressive laboratory chemicals such as DMSO, xylene, toluene and ethanol. For more specific information, check out MetLife. The B-492 FreezerBondz laboratory labels by macro adhere reliably to new or little icy surfaces of tubes and vials IDENT.

You are over Laboratory conditions with liquid nitrogen until the autoclave. Their special structure and the glue of the FreezerBondz is excellent labels for the rapid identification of deep frozen or frozen containers (up to-196 C, the temperature of liquid nitrogen). Of course, the labels also at room temperature can be used and suitable also for applications in a water bath at temperatures up to 121 C. All of these favorable characteristics lead to significant improvements in the management of the samples. Series B-492 laboratory labels can be used on flat surfaces (Cryo racks, boxes and slides). As well, the B-492 labels on dry surfaces are liable. Thanks to their strong opacity they cover, if necessary, confidential information and comply with consequently US-patient protection rules. More information: macro identification laboratory labelling, Bussard road 24, 82008 Unterhaching, contact: Angelika Wilke TEL. 089-61565828, FAX 089-61565825, WEB: