The Nalgene® beta waste shield storage box allows you to completely enclose a container holding solid or liquid radioactive waste. Made of durable transparent 3/8 inch (9mm) thick acrylic. Large hinged door on cover allows easy access to the waste receptacle. Leakproof tray contains spills. Hinged corners allow removal of receptacle. WARNING! Radioactive waste should never be stored on the benchtop for long periods of time and should be disposed of properly. Proper handling and storage of isotopes will minimize exposure to radiation. For standards related to exposure refer to United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission Rules and Regulations Title 10 Chapter 1 Part 20.
Heavy solid acrylic blocks hold four, twelve or twenty-four 1.5ml microcentrifuge tubes. Designed for both bench-top work as well as long term storage of beta-emitting radioactive isotope samples. Supplied with cover, non-skid feet and radiation hazard warning labels. Additional sizes available upon request.
Beta shielding box is for storage of a wide variety of laboratory products. Available in many sizes to suit almost every need. 100% shielding from 32P emitters. Hinged lid for easy handling. All supplied with non-skid feet and radiation hazard labels. All dimensions are internal (ID). Additional sizes available upon request.
These beta block microcentrifuge tube racks safe and easy storage and transport of samples. Removable shelves and racks are available in many sizes to accommodate different microcentrifuge tubes. Units are designed to allow icing of samples if desired. Supplied with non-skid feet and radiation hazards labels. Additional sizes available upon request.
Allows for safe and easy storage and transport of radioactive lab samples samples. Removable shelves and racks are available in many sizes to accommodate different microcentrifuge tubes. Units are designed to allow icing of samples if desired. Supplied with non-skid feet and radiation hazards labels. Additional sizes available upon request.
The Beta Block storage box with lid allows for safe storage of various racks, reagent bottles, and other vessels containing Beta-emitting isotopes. Safely guards against exposure to 3H, 14C, 35S and 32P. Cover has handle. Supplied with non-skid feet and radiation hazard labels. Additional sizes available upon request.
The locking beta storage cabinet is available with four adjustable shelves allowing for secure storage of your beta samples. Cabinet features space saver design to fit nicely on most bench tops. Shelves are sized to accommodate racks, bottles, boxes, etc. Unit has four adjustable leveling feet and safety lock. Supplied with radiation hazard stickers. Dimensions: 12” L x 30” W x 24” H. Additional sizes available upon request.
Extra large capacity storage bins hold carboys, linens, bench liners, etc. Units come with four heavy duty casters for complete portability. Full shielding from Beta emitters keeps personnel safe during transports. Supplied complete with radiating warning labels. *172125-0002 supplied with one liner bag (626785-0015 page 8). Additional sizes available upon request.
Square Beta bottle holders made from 9mm transparent acrylic protects personnel from beta emitting isotopes. Holder provides shielding without restricting view. The latching lid provides added security. Bottle Holder fits the included 32 oz. HDPE bottle (301605 series page 20). Supplied with non-skid feet and HDPE bottle. Product Dimensions (l x w x h): 4 1/4 x 4 1/4 x 9 3/4”. Additional sizes available upon request.
Scienceware® plastic lead-lined radiation storage boxes provide safe storage of gamma or beta radiation-emitting substances. Store vials, instruments, samples, solutions or laboratory waste. Boxes feature a 0.76mm thin lead sheet which is encapsulated within the entire surface of the polyethylene plastic box and lid.
Scienceware® Beta Block storage boxes are ideal for storage of lab glassware, bottles and sample containers containing Beta-emitting isotopes. These boxes are furnished with a matching, tight-fitting acrylic lid and non-skid feet. Clear acrylic boxes are also ideal for transferring hazardous or radioactive lab samples.