PETG (polyethylene terephthalate glycol) media bottles are plastic containers used to hold and store cell culture media and other solutions in a laboratory setting. They are made from a type of plastic called PETG, which is a strong and durable material that is resistant to chemical attack and has a relatively low moisture absorption rate. This makes PETG media bottles a popular choice for storing cell culture media, as they can help to maintain the quality and stability of the media over time.
PETG media bottles are available in a variety of sizes and shapes and are commonly used in conjunction with other cell culture laboratory equipment, such as incubators, cell culture hoods, and pipettes. They are typically fitted with a cap or closure to help prevent contamination and evaporation of the media. Some PETG media bottles are also equipped with features such as graduations or volume markings to help accurately measure the volume of the media.
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“These optically clear, shatterproof, and autoclavable bottles are ideal for steam sterilization of all biologicals, liquids, reagents, media, buffers, and aqueous solutions. They are also ideal […]