Vial Products

Sample Storage in Canisters, 210 Vials

Product Number: SSC 20

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The SSC Class (sample storage in canisters) from CryoSafe™ is specifically engineered for the user who is utilizing canes or straws stored in canisters. The SSC Class is best utilized for long-term, small capacity storage with low liquid nitrogen consumption in a convenient lightweight package.

CryoSafe’s™ SSC 20 features a reduced neck openings to insure superior temperature uniformity and economical liquid nitrogen evaporation rates with storage capacities of 210 each 2 ml vials or 1122 each ½ cc Straws.

Every unit in the SSC Class comes standard with canisters  and LN2 measuring rod.

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  • Durable aluminum tank with powder coated exterior
  • Liquid nitrogen measuring rod for level validation
  • Lid lock provision
  • Fiberglass restricted opening neck design
  • Compatible design for both liquid and vapor phase storage
  • Color-coded canisters for inventory identification
  • Three-year warranty on all parts and labor
  • Five-year Vacuum Warranty
  • Number of Canisters: 6
  • Total Vial Capacity (5/cane): 210
  • ½ cc Straw (1 level bulk): 1122
  • ½ cc Straws (10 Cane): 720
  • Liquid Nitrogen Capacity (Liters): 20.5
  • Static Evaporation Rate* (Liters/Day): 0.090
  • Static Holding time* (days): 135
  • Neck diameter (in/mm): 2.18/55.4
  • Exterior height (in/mm): 26/660
  • Exterior diameter (in/mm): 14.5/368.3
  • Canister Height (in/mm): 11/279.4
  • Canister Diameter (in/mm): 1.65/41.9
  • Weight full (lbs/kg): 58.4/26.5
  • Weight empty (lbs/kg): 22/10

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*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.