Low-temperature metal tube/plate rack find extensive use in various laboratory procedures, such as those involving nucleic acids and proteins, where maintaining low temperatures is crucial to prevent the degradation of samples or reaction solutions due to temperature fluctuations. Once fully chilled, these metal ice boxes enable rapid cooling of laboratory liquids, ensuring sustained low temperatures, thereby enhancing experimental efficiency.
Constructed from aluminum alloy, it facilitates efficient heat conduction. Its electrophoresis-treated surface adds to its durability.
Individually packaged, it offers prolonged low-temperature maintenance and versatile compatibility with PCR tubes and centrifuge tubes. Additionally, it prevents sample tubes from tilting or popping out, ensuring consistent low temperatures.
Resistant to high pressure, ultraviolet radiation, and ethanol disinfection, this product is reusable, easy to clean, and resistant to aging.
When frozen, it retains low temperatures (approximately 1 to 2 hours) even at room temperature. Placing it on crushed ice cools PCR/centrifuge tubes rapidly without direct contact, effectively preventing contamination of the reaction solution.
The product dimensions are 118mm x 87mm x 20mm.
Shipping and storage
Chill the plate in a refrigerator (-25°C to -15°C) for 4 to 6 hours before use.
Place the centrifuge tube, reaction solution, or sample inside the chilled plate to maintain low temperatures for 1 to 2 hours.
Prioritize safety and hygiene by wearing a lab coat and disposable gloves.
This product is intended for scientific research purposes exclusively.