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Corning™ GL45 Disposable Aseptic Transfer Cap

Reduces contamination and enhancse the productivity of cell culture operations when adding or removing medium and cells

Manufacturer:  Corning™ 3564

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Catalog No. 07-201-305

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Disposable Corning™ Spinner Flask Aseptic Transfer Caps will enhance the productivity of your cell culture operations when adding or removing medium and cells. Aseptic Transfer Caps are sterile (10-6 SAL), individually double bagged and fit the side arms on Corning™ Disposable Spinner Flasks

  • Cap is made of high density polyethylene; autoclaving is not recommended.
  • The venting port ends in a 25 mm diameter vent filter with a 0.2 μm pore PVDF membrane and a barbed fitting.
  • The liquid transfer port has an internal end with a rigid polypropylene dip tube angled to reach the bottom of the flask and on the external side a 1/8 inch ID (3.2 mm), 1/4 inch OD chemically resistant, heat sealable flexible tubing, ending in a male Luer lock (MLL) connector closed with a female Luer sealing cap.
  • Designed for both suspension and adherent cell culture applications and optimized for use with Corning microcarriers.


For 3L plastic spinner flask
GL 45
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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.