Many testing labs have had the need to use reagents or standards in their testing procedures. These standards are frequently delivered and stored in glass ampoules. Once the ampoule has been “cracked”, the only real way to stroe, or save, the remaining liquid was to reseal the ampoule by melting and re-sealing the cracked glass ampoule opening over an open flame….a real skill for a lab tech to master. In 1993, Jerry Finneran was asked if he could figure out an easier, safer, and quicker way to save that liquid standard. And the Ampuole Storage Holder was developed. Using a plastic vial, already being used for another special project that Jerry had worked on, he found that I held a 2mL ampoule perfectly! The storage holder that he developed held the open ampoule in a secure plastic vial while temporarily sealing the liquid standard inside it. All of this was accomplished without the use of open flames and in a safe and secure manner.
|Manufacturer||J. G. Finneran|
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