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Corning™ Disposable Roller Bottles Available on GSA/VA Contract for Federal Government customers only.

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Closure Type:
Easy Grip
Standard Cap
Vented
Capacity (Metric):
1300 mL
2000 mL
2200 mL
4900 mL
Packaging:
20/case
22/pk.
36/case
40/pk.

Manufactured from optically clear virgin polystyrene for excellent visibility and tissue culture-treated for optimal cell attachment. Corning™ Disposable Roller Bottles allow Initial scale-up of adherent cells with intermittent exposure of cells to the air and the media.

  • Bottles are manufactured from virgin polystyrene, caps from high density polyethylene
  • Both resins meet the USP Class VI requirements for plastic containers and closures
  • Treated for optimal cell attachment
  • One piece seamless construction with printed graduations
  • Printed lot numbers to aid in product traceability
  • Sterilized by gamma radiation and nonpyrogenic

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Closure Material HDPE
Graduated No
Closure Type Standard Cap
Capacity 43.9 oz., 1300 mL
Capacity (Metric) 1300 mL
Capacity (English) 43.9 oz.
Diameter (English) Outer Neck 1.89 in.
Diameter (Metric) Outer Neck 48 mm
Material Polystyrene
Packaging 40/pk.
Sterility Sterile
Cell Growth Area 490 cm2
Diameter (Metric) Outer 117 mm
Surface Treatment Tissue culture treated
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Disclaimer: This product is not intended to mitigate the presence of microorganisms on surfaces or in the environment, where such organisms can be deleterious to humans or the environment.