Collection: Lab Vials
Lab vials are small, cylindrical or conical containers used for storing and transporting small amounts of liquid or powder samples in laboratory settings. They are typically made of glass or plastic and come in a variety of sizes and shapes to accommodate different types of samples and storage needs.
Lab vials can be used for a wide range of applications, including sample collection, storage, and analysis in fields such as chemistry, biology, and medicine. They are commonly used to store biological and chemical samples, such as blood, serum, plasma, urine, and DNA.
There are many different types of lab vials available, each with unique features and properties to suit specific applications. For example, some vials may be designed with a screw cap or snap cap to prevent leaks, while others may have a flat or rounded bottom for stability during storage or analysis. Some vials may also be coated or treated to prevent sample contamination or degradation.