Vineland, NJ (PRWEB) February 02, 2012
Here is a unique product for researchers tasked with managing a lot of chromatography sample vials in their laboratories: the new 300µL Interlocked R.A.M. (Robotic Arm Machine) Vial with 9mm Thread Finish, by J.G. Finneran Associates. Composed of a clear or amber Type I borosilicate glass, the vial and insert are fused together keeping the insert permanently in place. This design enables accurate automated injection, and eliminates contamination risk around the seam or space between the neck of the vial and the insert. The Interlocked R.A.M. Vial arrives ready to use saving valuable time in the laboratory.
The Interlocked R.A.M. Vial is specifically designed to work in robotic arm autosamplers such as those available from Agilent Technologies and others. The 12mm x 32mm outer dimensions is designed for robotic arms to easily grasp. Chromatography samples are contained in a clear Type I borosilicate glass 300µL conical tip insert. The Interlocked R.A.M. Vial includes a marking spot, which can be written on with a #2 pencil. The vial is also available with a 9mm Screw Thread Closure option.
Unique chromatography sample vials and closures manufactured by J.G. Finneran Associates are available internationally from a network of laboratory dealers. For more information on the products and how to buy them, visit http://www.jgfinneran.com or contact J.G. Finneran Associates toll-free at +1 800.552.3696 or +1 856.696.3605.
About J.G. Finneran
J.G. Finneran Associates is a manufacturer and supplier of unique and innovative products for the global chromatography, biotechnology, and environmental research communities. Our products deliver reliable performance while expediting and simplifying the analysis process. J.G. Finneran Associates is the original inventor and designer of many products that are commonplace in the laboratory. These items include Snap Ring Vials, Snap Top Caps, and Limited Volume Inserts with polymer bottom springs. We provide our customers with the tools to expand their capabilities, increase efficiency in the lab, reduce costs, and make their work easier.
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