A microcentrifuge tube (MCT) box is a type of laboratory container used to store and organize microcentrifuge tubes. It consists of a plastic box with compartments or slots for holding microcentrifuge tubes.
MCT boxes are used in various laboratory settings to keep microcentrifuge tubes organized and secure during storage and transportation. They are particularly useful for applications where multiple samples are processed at the same time, as the box allows for efficient organization of tubes.
MCT boxes are commonly made of polypropylene (PP) or polystyrene (PS) materials. PP and PS are both commonly used materials in laboratory equipment due to their durability, chemical resistance, and affordability.
MCT boxes are available in different sizes, designs, and configurations to accommodate different tube sizes and laboratory needs. They are an essential pieces of laboratory equipment for laboratory applications and are widely used in molecular biology, biochemistry, and other life sciences applications.