Cap Color Coding

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For organized sample storage

It is no secret that keeping samples organized is a top priority in labs and other research environments. While there have been many technological advances that help with organization of samples storage tubes, we still must consider the disadvantages.

With cap color coding, almost every disadvantage of the reliance of technology to stay organized is eradicated. Samples can be identified faster, without the need to scan the rack or sample to be sure what is in it. As well as, being able to determine what samples you are dealing with in the instance of a power outage.

This tech note by Micronic, speaks more in-depth to the pros of adopting cap color coding in the lab.

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