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Chromatography Essentials: Limited-Time Offer For Vial Inserts, 50% OFF OEM Price!
Thanks to the invention of vial inserts, valuable limited-volume samples can effortlessly be placed into a full-capacity vial for analysis by maximizing sample retrieval, thereby making the sampling process more efficient.
There are two key elements that are necessary to create the ‘gold standard’ of vial inserts. The first is a precision-formed mandrel interior that creates a uniform shape, allowing you to produce and publish reproducible results of the highest quality. The second is the placement of polymer feet (a bottom spring) that self-centers the insert within the vial, and ensures that the autosampler syringe needle gets every last bit of your sample.
The 250 uL vial insert for 9mm autosampler vials is considered to be the highest standard available for vial inserts, but they come at a platinum price. You can expect to pay anywhere from $80-100 for a pack of 100 if your purchase them from an original equipment manufacturer’s (OEM) list. But for a very limited time only, Chromatography Essentials is holding a sale that will crush the competition and stretch your lab budget further. At only $32 per pack of 100, you are getting top-tier consumables that meets or exceed OEM specifications at an affordable price. Click the link below to find out more about the amazing limited-time offers we have for our other chromatography items.
Chromatography Essentials brings over 4 decades of experience in the design and manufacturing of chromatography supplies to the public market. As an innovative leader in the industry, our mission is to provide workers with affordable products made from the highest-quality materials available. This allows scientists and researchers to generate results that meet their high standards and expectations. We believe that every lab should have access to the absolute essentials needed to keep any laboratory running, which is why a portion of our sales are donated back into science, technology engineering and math (STEM) initiatives that contribute to continual growth in scientific research for future generations of young researchers.