Product Listing

  • Product Part
    370-04300-01

    Description: Features Low adsorption vessels treated specially Minimized adsorption of bases, acids and neutrals Superior quality control TORAST -H Glass Technology eliminates the risk of adsorption to the glass surface of the vials Glass, the material of vials, contains metal oxides. Oxides of metals have a high ionizing tendency to be Si-O-M (metal silanolate), which may cause ionic adsorption with basic compounds in the sample. TORAST-H Glass Technology uses special processing to remove metals from the glass and suppress adsorption of basic compounds. Minimized adsorption of bases, acids & neutrals In general, giving a positive charge to the glass surface suppresses the adsorption of the basic compounds, but conversely, it causes the adsorption of the acidic compounds. TORAST-H Glass Vials minimize adsorption of both types of compounds. Low adsorption for long-term storage When a sample is stored in a general vial for a long time, the sample may adsorb into the surface of the vial, causing the reproducibility to be poor. The TORAST-H Glass Vial contains low adsorption characteristics that makes it excellent for long term sample storage.

  • Product Part
    370-04300-02

    Description: Features Low adsorption vessels treated specially Minimized adsorption of bases, acids and neutrals Superior quality control TORAST -H Glass Technology eliminates the risk of adsorption to the glass surface of the vials Glass, the material of vials, contains metal oxides. Oxides of metals have a high ionizing tendency to be Si-O-M (metal silanolate), which may cause ionic adsorption with basic compounds in the sample. TORAST-H Glass Technology uses special processing to remove metals from the glass and suppress adsorption of basic compounds. Minimized adsorption of bases, acids & neutrals In general, giving a positive charge to the glass surface suppresses the adsorption of the basic compounds, but conversely, it causes the adsorption of the acidic compounds. TORAST-H Glass Vials minimize adsorption of both types of compounds. Low adsorption for long-term storage When a sample is stored in a general vial for a long time, the sample may adsorb into the surface of the vial, causing the reproducibility to be poor. The TORAST-H Glass Vial contains low adsorption characteristics that makes it excellent for long term sample storage.

  • Product Part
    370-04300-03

    Description: Features Low adsorption vessels treated specially Minimized adsorption of bases, acids and neutrals Superior quality control TORAST -H Glass Technology eliminates the risk of adsorption to the glass surface of the vials Glass, the material of vials, contains metal oxides. Oxides of metals have a high ionizing tendency to be Si-O-M (metal silanolate), which may cause ionic adsorption with basic compounds in the sample. TORAST-H Glass Technology uses special processing to remove metals from the glass and suppress adsorption of basic compounds. Minimized adsorption of bases, acids & neutrals In general, giving a positive charge to the glass surface suppresses the adsorption of the basic compounds, but conversely, it causes the adsorption of the acidic compounds. TORAST-H Glass Vials minimize adsorption of both types of compounds. Low adsorption for long-term storage When a sample is stored in a general vial for a long time, the sample may adsorb into the surface of the vial, causing the reproducibility to be poor. The TORAST-H Glass Vial contains low adsorption characteristics that makes it excellent for long term sample storage.

  • Product Part
    370-04300-04

    Description: Features Low adsorption vessels treated specially Minimized adsorption of bases, acids and neutrals Superior quality control TORAST -H Glass Technology eliminates the risk of adsorption to the glass surface of the vials Glass, the material of vials, contains metal oxides. Oxides of metals have a high ionizing tendency to be Si-O-M (metal silanolate), which may cause ionic adsorption with basic compounds in the sample. TORAST-H Glass Technology uses special processing to remove metals from the glass and suppress adsorption of basic compounds. Minimized adsorption of bases, acids & neutrals In general, giving a positive charge to the glass surface suppresses the adsorption of the basic compounds, but conversely, it causes the adsorption of the acidic compounds. TORAST-H Glass Vials minimize adsorption of both types of compounds. Low adsorption for long-term storage When a sample is stored in a general vial for a long time, the sample may adsorb into the surface of the vial, causing the reproducibility to be poor. The TORAST-H Glass Vial contains low adsorption characteristics that makes it excellent for long term sample storage.

  • Product Part
    370-04301-01

    Description: Features Low adsorption vessels treated specially Minimized adsorption of bases, acids and neutrals Superior quality control TORAST -H Glass Technology eliminates the risk of adsorption to the glass surface of the vials Glass, the material of vials, contains metal oxides. Oxides of metals have a high ionizing tendency to be Si-O-M (metal silanolate), which may cause ionic adsorption with basic compounds in the sample. TORAST-H Glass Technology uses special processing to remove metals from the glass and suppress adsorption of basic compounds. Minimized adsorption of bases, acids & neutrals In general, giving a positive charge to the glass surface suppresses the adsorption of the basic compounds, but conversely, it causes the adsorption of the acidic compounds. TORAST-H Glass Vials minimize adsorption of both types of compounds. Low adsorption for long-term storage When a sample is stored in a general vial for a long time, the sample may adsorb into the surface of the vial, causing the reproducibility to be poor. The TORAST-H Glass Vial contains low adsorption characteristics that makes it excellent for long term sample storage.

  • Product Part
    370-04301-02

    Description: Features Low adsorption vessels treated specially Minimized adsorption of bases, acids and neutrals Superior quality control TORAST -H Glass Technology eliminates the risk of adsorption to the glass surface of the vials Glass, the material of vials, contains metal oxides. Oxides of metals have a high ionizing tendency to be Si-O-M (metal silanolate), which may cause ionic adsorption with basic compounds in the sample. TORAST-H Glass Technology uses special processing to remove metals from the glass and suppress adsorption of basic compounds. Minimized adsorption of bases, acids & neutrals In general, giving a positive charge to the glass surface suppresses the adsorption of the basic compounds, but conversely, it causes the adsorption of the acidic compounds. TORAST-H Glass Vials minimize adsorption of both types of compounds. Low adsorption for long-term storage When a sample is stored in a general vial for a long time, the sample may adsorb into the surface of the vial, causing the reproducibility to be poor. The TORAST-H Glass Vial contains low adsorption characteristics that makes it excellent for long term sample storage.

  • Product Part
    370-04301-03

    Description: Features Low adsorption vessels treated specially Minimized adsorption of bases, acids and neutrals Superior quality control TORAST -H Glass Technology eliminates the risk of adsorption to the glass surface of the vials Glass, the material of vials, contains metal oxides. Oxides of metals have a high ionizing tendency to be Si-O-M (metal silanolate), which may cause ionic adsorption with basic compounds in the sample. TORAST-H Glass Technology uses special processing to remove metals from the glass and suppress adsorption of basic compounds. Minimized adsorption of bases, acids & neutrals In general, giving a positive charge to the glass surface suppresses the adsorption of the basic compounds, but conversely, it causes the adsorption of the acidic compounds. TORAST-H Glass Vials minimize adsorption of both types of compounds. Low adsorption for long-term storage When a sample is stored in a general vial for a long time, the sample may adsorb into the surface of the vial, causing the reproducibility to be poor. The TORAST-H Glass Vial contains low adsorption characteristics that makes it excellent for long term sample storage.

  • Product Part
    370-04301-04

    Description: Features Low adsorption vessels treated specially Minimized adsorption of bases, acids and neutrals Superior quality control TORAST -H Glass Technology eliminates the risk of adsorption to the glass surface of the vials Glass, the material of vials, contains metal oxides. Oxides of metals have a high ionizing tendency to be Si-O-M (metal silanolate), which may cause ionic adsorption with basic compounds in the sample. TORAST-H Glass Technology uses special processing to remove metals from the glass and suppress adsorption of basic compounds. Minimized adsorption of bases, acids & neutrals In general, giving a positive charge to the glass surface suppresses the adsorption of the basic compounds, but conversely, it causes the adsorption of the acidic compounds. TORAST-H Glass Vials minimize adsorption of both types of compounds. Low adsorption for long-term storage When a sample is stored in a general vial for a long time, the sample may adsorb into the surface of the vial, causing the reproducibility to be poor. The TORAST-H Glass Vial contains low adsorption characteristics that makes it excellent for long term sample storage.

  • Product Part
    370-04350-00

    Description: Features Prevents the adsorption of organic compounds Reduces the adsorptive loss of the precious sample Ideal for peptide and basic compounds analysis   Reduces the adsorption of peptides The peptide used as a medium molecule pharmaceutical product is likely to be adsorbed on the polypropylene resin by the hydrophobic interaction. The TORAST-H Bio Vial prevents the adsorption of organic compounds.

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