Vial Products

CryoMizer™ Fiberboard Package System, 2500 Vials

Product Number: CM 2 CS

The CryoMizer™ Class is designed to combine the convenience of sample storage in boxes with the benefit of low liquid nitrogen consumption. CryoMizer™ systems offer the flexibility of storing samples in either liquid phase or vapor phase storage. CM 2 CS utilizes 100 cell boxes with a storage capacity of 2500 each 2 ml vials. Through the technology of the CryoMizer™ system’s super insulate, temperatures of -185°C can be achieved at the top shelf of sample storage racks, with only 2″ of liquid nitrogen in the tank. 

Every CM 2 CS package system comes standard with 1 pair of CryoGloves, (5) stainless steel racks including Max Rack™, (25) 81/100 cell fiberboard boxes and dividers, roller base, and LN2 measuring rod.

  • Durable aluminum tank with powder coated exterior
  • Stainless steel storage racks, configured for 2″ high boxes
  • Roller base
  • Liquid nitrogen measuring rod for level validation
  • Lid lock provision
  • Insulated neck tube core
  • Compatible design for both liquid and vapor phase storage
  • (4) Stainless steel hanging racks and (1) Max Rack™ (5 boxes per rack)
  • (25) 81/100 cell fiberboard Boxes
  • One Pair CryoGloves
  • Liquid Level Measuring Ruler
  • Three-year warranty on all parts and labor
  • Five-year vacuum warranty
  • Total Vial Capacity (2ml): 2500
  • Total Liquid Nitrogen Capacity (liters): 61 
  • Static Evaporation Rate* (liters/day): 0.85 
  • Static Holding Time* (days): 38
  • Box Capacity (81/100 cell 2″ tall): 25
  • Rack Capacity (including Max Rack™): 5
  • Boxes Per Rack (81/100 cell 2″ tall): 5 
  • Neck Diameter (in/mm): 8.5/215.9
  • Overall height (in/mm): 27.25/692.2
  • Exterior diameter (in/mm): 22/558.8
  • Weight full (lbs/kg): 182/82.6
  • Weight empty (lbs/kg): 58/26.3
  • Shipping weight (lbs/kg): 155/70.3


p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 7.0px Avenir}

*Static Evaporation Rate and Static Holding Time are nominal. Actual rate may be affected by the nature of the contents, atmospheric conditions, container history and manufacturing tolerances.