Cryogenic vials -- often called cryovials because it sounds cool -- are laboratory vials designed for low temperatures. Normie vials might crack or burst when subjected to freezing temps, but cryovials are cozy in the cold.
Most cryogenic vials are sterile to ensure the integrity of the sample. Otherwise, options abound: cryovials are available in multiple sizes (common ones include 1.8 mm and 4.5mm), with various bases (round, skirted, and starred), and with different thread styles (external or internal).
Cryo vials are designed for storage of samples as low as -196°C*. DNase, RNase, and Pyrogen-free. Radiation sterilized. Polypropylene vials feature a large white frosted labeling area, silk screen graduations, and a leak-proof High Density Polyethylene cap. Skirted base vials have an internal flat bottom. Star base and round base...
Cryo vials are designed for storage of samples as low as -196°C*. DNase, RNase,and Pyrogen-free. Radiation sterilized. Polypropylene vials include a cap embedded with a non-toxic silicone O-ring for a secure seal, a large white frosted labeling area, and silk screen graduations. Star base and round base vials have an...