In the Lab: Marking Vessels



November 10, 2020

How many samples do you run in a single batch? I'll bet it's more than one. Keeping the vessels straight among differing samples is critical to accurate analysis. Label your liners to make sure you are analyzing and reporting on the correct sample. Other reasons you may want to mark your vessel parts: Determine vessel lifetime: labeling liners and/or caps with a "start" or "in service" date helps remind you when they need to be replaced. We recommend flipping sleeves after each run when using EasyPrep and iPrep vessels. Marked vessels ensure you know which side was "up" last run. Regardless of your reason (or non-reason), marking your vessels is a good practice to adopt. Watch as Sam demonstrates several different ways to mark a vessel. Our Applications Teams, Sales Support Staff, and Service Personnel are all available and able to help. Need to contact them? Don't hesitate: Analytical Method Support: Sales Support: Service/Service Contracts/Hardware:

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