Grinding Jar Sets

For efficient disruption of 2 large samples on the TissueLyser II

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Grinding Jar Set, Teflon (2 x 10 ml)

Cat. No. / ID:  69986

2 Grinding Jars (10 ml), 2 Teflon Grinding Balls (20 mm)
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Type
Teflon
Stainless Steel

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Features

  • Efficient disruption of two large samples at the same time
  • Foolproof closing system via the screw mechanism
  • Compatible with the TissueLyser II

Product Details

Grinding Jar Sets are designed for efficient and user-friendly disruption of 2 large samples (4–10 ml of sample per jar) using the QIAGEN TissueLyser II. Each grinding jar is opened and closed by a screw mechanism, and can hold one grinding ball. Two Grinding Jar Sets are available: one with stainless steel grinding balls, the other with Teflon grinding balls. Stainless steel grinding balls are recommended for disrupting hard samples, such as bone, as well as for disrupting samples in liquid nitrogen. For all other disruptions, Teflon grinding balls are recommended.

Resources

Safety Data Sheets (1)
Kit Handbooks (2)
For high-throughput disruption of biological samples
For efficient disruption of 2 large samples on the TissueLyser

FAQ

How can I disrupt tough samples, such as bone and teeth, with your TissueLyser II?
We recommend using the stainless steel Grinding Jar Set (cat. no. 69985) for disruption of tough samples, such as bone and teeth. Best results were seen with:
1. Take no more than 1 g of bone
2. Add material to the Grinding Jar Set containing a grinding ball
3. Pour in liquid nitrogen
4. As soon as the liquid nitrogen evaporates, assemble the Grinding Jar Set into the TissueLyser
5. Operate for 1 min at 30 Hz
FAQ ID -9174
What is the material of the grinding balls supplied with the Teflon Grinding Jar Set (cat. no. 69986)?

The material of the grinding jar as well as the grinding ball is Teflon. The ball has a stainless steel core and a coating of Teflon.

FAQ ID -9184