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PETG Media Bottles
Sterile Nalgene PETG Media Bottles
Our engineered, single-use Nalgene PETG bottles reduce operational costs and improve production efficiency.
One-Piece Molded Cap Design Reduce contamination and product loss
Materials of Construction CellGyn® tubing (heat-weldable/sealable); Polypropylene cap; PETG Bottle from 60ml to 1L; PC Nalgene® Bottle for 2L.
Cost-effective; reduced assembly and installation time; eliminates cleaning validation
Custom Design Capabilities
We offer a full array of custom options, including tubing, fittings/end connections, sterile connectors, and bottle variations
Tissue and cell culture media; media cell fermentation; pilot and process research; product development; laboratory research; aseptic sampling; vaccine production; sterile filling and transfer
Our quality program is certified in accordance to ISO 9001: 2015 International Quality Management Systems, where our quality system is regularly audited and evaluated for conformance and effectiveness. Our entire team understands that quality is mission critical and we all strive for continuous improvement.
PET vs PETG vs Polycarbonate (PC) Bottles
What bottles are best suited for your application?
PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) is good for most applications but lacks a gas barrier, so long-term storage in PET can be “iffy.”
PETG (Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol) has glycol in it which acts as a gas barrier. This makes them better suited for long term storage (i.e. buffers, cell media, etc.)
Polycarbonate (PC) is the strongest of the three plastics and is used for freezing applications (-20 C).