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CAPP Petri dishes are manufactured from high quality polystyrene for excellent reliability and performance in a variety of applications. CAPP Petri dishes have been independently tested to be bio-compliant, allowing them to be used in biological assays. This allows you to successfully perform various microbial culture assays in different domains of life science.
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The walls of each petri dish allow good heat transfer from an incubator to the microbes on the agar. This ensures that a culture environment is created that is equal to the temperature of the incubator. After growing your microbes, the CAPP petri dishes have excellent optical qualities (i.e. excellent transparency), making it easy for scientists to document growth.
CAPP Petri dishes are made of high-quality polystyrene, which ensures valid and extensive microbial cultivation.
CAPP Petri dishes are designed to optimize your used space as much as possible, with a diameter of 90 mm. Stacking dishes in incubators, for example, is easy to arrange and you can save a lot of space.
CAPP’s Petri dishes have high-quality thermal and optical properties, which means they will work well in incubators and will speed up analysis afterwards.
CAPP Petri dishes are designed in such a way that air can pass freely without contaminating the culture. Petri dishes for anaerobic applications are also available.
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