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New UV Plastic Disposable Cuvettes
Date:12/31/2012

Farmingdale, NY (PRWEB) December 31, 2012

NSG Precision Cells, a forerunner in the silica industry is proud to release their advanced disposable cuvettes. The new disposable cuvette is UV-transparent and beneficial for fast RNA, DNA and protein micro samples. Unlike quartz cuvettes found in many laboratories, the new NSG disposable cuvette eliminates breakage, cross-contamination and cleaning.

NSG’s disposable cuvette is made from proprietary polycyclical olefin making them extremely resistant to many aggressive solvents. The disposable cuvette requires no cleaning or maintenance, has little to no impurities and there is no apparent risk of cross-contamination or carryover.

Low Maintenance

Properly cleaned and maintained cuvettes are core requirements for precise and reproducible results with any spectroscopy instrument. With a disposable cuvette there is no hassle or worry about contamination. Basically, the cost of replacing cuvettes is far less than the cost of lost data. Disposable cuvettes save valuable time for laboratories plus it drastically reduces costs.

In addition, the disposable cuvettes are made to ensure a maximum quality optical polish with no defects. In fact, each cell is thoroughly inspected before leaving the factory. Furthermore, NSG provides full support even after acquisition.

Highly Accurate Results

NSG Precision Cells UV-transparent disposable cuvettes are assured to give you supreme optical transmission. They are useful for quick DNA, RNA and protein analyses between the range of 220-900nm. This range provides absolute precision and has a low level of impurities. In addition, the UV-transparent disposable cuvette is extremely durable and is not easily damaged. This material is ideal for all laboratories that require fast and accurate results, quality samples and products that are reliable.

This is particularly effective for quality samples for research and scientific laboratories. In fact, the disposable cuvette meets the needs of today’s laboratory by being cost effective and exceptionally precise.

Eliminating Adapters

The UV-transparent disposable cuvette will fit the majority of spectrophotometers and photometers. Equally, the disposable cuvette does not need any special adapters. With many cuvettes, a laboratory often needs an adapter to complete their work. Not only is an adapter ungainly but it requires additional time to match the light path height and requires proper insertion into the cuvette holder. Furthermore, if the positioning of the adapter is not correct, reproducible results cannot be obtained.

Small Volume Samples

To receive the best results from working with measurements, laboratories must have a cuvette that is capable of handling the job. Since samples are particularly expensive, not just any cuvette can be used. Because the costs of samples are very high users tend to look for the smallest volume cuvette, generally ranging in the microliter size. However, finding a smaller cuvette that is dependable may be a challenge.

At NSG, their main objective is quality assurance and exceeding the requisites of today’s researchers. With forward thinking technology, NSG’s has created a disposable cuvette that meets the needs of today’s laboratories. Their UV-transparent disposable cuvettes require only 70 microliters of sample volume. This is by far less than many cuvettes on the market. Thus, the NSG disposable cuvette drastically reduces costs by decreasing sample volume. Equally, NSG delivers high quality products that are assured.

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