|Product description||Cuvette, max. working volume: 4.2 ml, material: PS, transparent, (HxW): 45 x 12 mm, optical sides: 2, suitable for use beginning at 330 nm, path length: 10 mm, 500 piece(s)/bag|
|Application||suitable for use beginning at 330 nm|
|Volume of work||2,5 ml - 4,2 ml|
|Number of optical sides||2|
|Path length||10 mm|
|Wavelength in the cuvette area||330 nm|
|Max. volume||4.5 ml|
|Width of product||12 mm|
|Height of product||45 mm|
|Product material||Polystyrene (PS)|
|Colour of product||transparent|
|Product category||no medical device | IVD|
|Minimum order qty.||2000|
|Type of smallest subpackaging||bag|
|Piece(s) / inner box||500|
|Piece (s) / outer case||2000|
|Piece(s) / pallet||84000|
|Depth of case||388 mm|
|Width of case||378 mm|
|Height of case||250 mm|
|Case volume||0.0367 cbm|
|Weight of product||0.002 kg|
|Weight of case||4.42 kg|
|EAN of inner box||4038917083911|
Our 80.625 swab cannot be autoclaved. The tube in the swab is made out of the autoclavable plastic polypropylene, but both the cap (polyethylene) and the swab stem (polystyrene) are not autoclavable. This is due to the low temperature resistance of the PE and PS plastic, which have a maximum long-term use temperature of 60–80°C. Autoclaving is carried out at temperatures of at least 121°C and it is not possible to rule out an impairment of the product as a result of this.
The distance between the base of the cuvette and the centre of the photometer light beam is defined as the centre height (Z). The centre height can vary depending on the manufacturer and the type of photometer, which is why Sarstedt offers UV cuvettes in two different centre heights (Z = 8 mm and Z = 15 mm). If customers do not know the exact centre height of the photometer, this information can be requested from the device manufacturer.
Fluorescence measurements are carried out at a 90° angle to the direction of the photometer beam and can therefore only be used in quadruple optical cuvettes. We offer a quadruple optical cuvette made of polystyrene (67.754) or PMMA (67.755) especially for this application.
Thanks to their optical properties, our polystyrene cuvettes can be used from the visual range to the UV range to 330 nanometres (nm). In contrast to this, acrylic (PMMA) cuvettes are characterised by a high level of transparency in the UV range and can therefore be used to approximately 300 nm. The plastic material of the UV cuvette enables measurements in the UV range from a wavelength of 220 nm.