Thermo Scientific™

Mininert Valves

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Industrial Chromatography
Provide unique, practical seals that are ideal for chemicals that deteriorate or evaporate in conventionally sealed containers with the Thermo Scientific™ Mininert Valves. Constructed of chemical-resistant PTFE coating, they provide an inert, leak-tight, high-pressure seal. The easy-to-use push button valve allows repeated and unlimited syringe-needle access to samples and eliminates the septum-boring that occurs with repeated puncture of traditional septa. Valves are available to fit Thermo Scientific™ Reacti-Vial™ Small Reaction Vials and Thermo Scientific™ Screw Cap Septum Vials.

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Description

Thermo Scientific Mininert Valves are screw caps that have integrated resealable valves to allow repeated and unlimited syringe-needle access to samples. Slide the valve one way to open the needle-port. Slide the valve back to close and completely seal the close.
  • Available in two sizes — 20mm (thread size 20/400) and 27mm (thread size 24/400) to fit 3 and 5mL Reacti-Vial Small Reaction Vials and 40mL Screw Cap Septum Vials, respectively
  • Precision crafted from PTFE plastic for repeated use and chemical resistance
  • Valve design eliminates the septum-boring that occurs with repeated puncture of traditional septa
Limited warranty period: Subject to all warranty requirements and exclusions set out in our Terms and Conditions of Sale, this product is warranted from the date we ship the product and for ninety (90) days thereafter. Disclaimer to internal research use restriction: Any restrictions on the purchaser to utilize the product(s) for internal research purposes only does not apply to the product(s) on the web pages associated with this statement.


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