|Part No.||Description||Package||Size/Case||CBM/Case||GW/Case (kg)|
|CT50R||50mL Centrifuge Tube, PP, conical bottom, screw cap, 16000g, rack pack, sterile||25pcs/rack, 20racks/case||63*43*37cm||0.0101||8.5|
|CT50B||50mL Centrifuge Tube, PP, conical bottom, screw cap, 16000g, bulk pack, sterile||25pcs/bag, 20bags/case||56*40*35cm||0.0784||7.76|
|CT50BS||50mL Centrifuge Tube, PP, conical bottom with skirt, screw cap, self-standing, 16000g, bulk pack, sterile||50pcs/bag, 10bags/case||55*31*44cm||0.0751||9|
To properly operate the conical bottom centrifuge test tubes, start by preparing the sample according to the instructions provided by the centrifuge tube manufacturers. Depending on the type of sample, it may need to be diluted or concentrated. After the sample is prepared, the next step is to fill the conical bottom centrifuge test tubes with the sample. Fill the tube to the desired level, then cap the tube securely. Keep in mind that centrifuges should not be overloaded, as this may damage the sample or the centrifuge. Once the conical test tube is filled, place it in the centrifuge rotor and secure it. Make sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions for the rotor size, as well as the speed and duration of the run. After the centrifugation is complete, remove the tube from the rotor and inspect the sample. Depending on the type of sample, it may need to be filtered or collected for further testing. Finally, discard the sample and clean the centrifuge tube according to the manufacturer's instructions. This will help to ensure that the centrifuge tube is ready for the next use.
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