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Centre Draining Maximum Recovery Glass Vials and Bottles

publication date: Sep 23, 2014
author/source: Hichrom

MicroSolv’s “Centre Draining Maximum Recovery” (CDMR) vial and bottle design allows liquid samples to flow freely and completely to the bottom of the glass vial or bottle into a conical or concave reservoir. This is especially useful if maximum recovery of a sample is required.

ICP SeriesThe patented CDMR vial manufacturing process and design results in an internal glass surface that is virtually seamless, eliminating the “internal ridge” that may result in some vial designs when the vial blank is fused to the vial bottom. This “internal ridge” can retain up to 17ul of fluid sample in a 1.8ml vial.

MicroSolv’s CDMR vials and bottles are made with TYPE 1, formula 33 first hydrolytic laboratory grade borosilicate glass and all specifications, including the internal bottom heights, are tightly controlled so not to cause damage to needles. MicroSolv’s CDMR vials offer unrivalled consistency and performance.

MicroSolv’s CDMR vials and bottles are available in a wide range of dimensions and fill volumes and can be purchased as “Easy Purchase Packs” (vial and cap kits) or vials only.

For further information on MicroSolv CDMR vials, email Hichrom Limited at: or Tel: 0118 930 3660.

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