All cryobags go through different testing methods, one by one, both in pre and post production phase. A quality label is applied on the finished product as guarantee of its conformity to the testing results.
The finished product is in compliance with the internal and external quality standards and every production batch release is provided with a Declaration of Conformity and a Production Control report.
The Bags, the overwrapping and each individual component belong to a unique project that turns the product user-friendly. Moreover, the bag special design perfectly fits the majority of the existing bag holders. The special needle-free connector guarantees the safety of the operator and reduces the risk of contamination.
The material has the most innovative formulation of EVA, the welding is performed with the most advanced technologies and the components have been chosen in order to guarantee the highest safety and to minimize the risk of contamination.
The blister is made of medical grade paper and disinfectable plastic film, containing the bag and its overwrap. This simplifies and improves working in sterile conditions.
A product that suits your needs! The bags of STEM CHOICE® line are available in different sizes, depending on the application.
And we also look beyond! We can offer custom-made specific products according to your demands.
STEM CHOICE® is the new line of the the brand SAFE2® dedicated to the cryopreservation of stem cells.
1 - The freezing bag
The bags are made of a biocompatible material, EVA (Ethyl Vinyl Acetate), and its new formulation makes the product particularly flexible and highly resistant to the operating temperature range (from -196 °C to +37 °C).
2 - The overwrap bag
Safe and practical, the overwrap bag is a double protection for your samples: it ensures good cryopreservation and it prevents the risk of cross-contamination. The material has the same performances of the inside bag and allows to obtain a resistant final welding. In addition, it is possible to realize a double welding, obtaining a “pocket” for the test segments.