How are your vials packaged to ensure no contamination?

All MicroSolv brand vials that carry a CleanPack label on the front side of the PP-Box have been packed in a certified clean-room class 10,000 after having passed the oven at approximately 600°C.  These highly hygienic conditions are a pharmaceutical standard; however, new for chromatography vials. Thus, the consumer can rely on clean, uncontaminated vials […]

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What is an Easy Purchase Pack?

The Easy Purchase Pack (EPP) also known as a Combination Kit, is an easy way to order Autosampler Vials and Matching Caps as one Catalog Number or SKU. This is also a great way to Manage Your Inventory since both the Vials and Caps are supplied in  individual Packaging but are Boxed together as one […]

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What is the advantage or disadvantage of using “Certified” Auto Sampler vials compared to MicroSolv vials?

Because vials are marketed as “Certified” does not change the quality of a vial or cap simply by supplying a certificate. Testing procedures for every type of sample and for every application/analysis method cannot be performed economically. Therefore, even certified vials may not produce the assurance they claim to offer, only producing additional costs. MicroSolv […]

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What tests are performed to assure the fit of the vials and components?

Functional tests are performed to further ensure that the vial does not only fit the instrument, but also all the components that might be connected to it, i.e. Micro-Inserts, Seals, etc… A correct analysis can only be carried out if the whole unit of vial (Micro-Insert) and closure harmonize with each other and achieve a tight […]

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Why does MicroSolv have 4 Tiers or Brands of Autosampler Vials?

A simple and quick answer is to Meet the Different Needs of All Laboratories and Chromatographers. In 1997, the MicroSolv Brand™ Vials, made with N51A TYPE-1 Borosilicate Glass were the standard of the Autosampler Vial Market and were used by many leading Autosampler Manufacturers as their Brand. Made to be Pharmaceutical Grade Vials equal to […]

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