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M750-20 - SlideFolder™

  • Base made of high-impact polystyrene
  • Hinged doors made of polycarbonate
  • Transparent and opaque doors option
  • Stackable
  • Resists temperatures between -80°C and +80°C
  • Base available in 6 colors

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The SlideFolder™ will hold up to twenty standard microscope slides 75 mm x 25 mm  (3 x 1 in.) and is made of two parts: a base holding the slides horizontally offering numbered spaces for easy identification, and transparent doors which can either cover the slides or be swung behind the SlideFolder™ for space saving purposes.

The base is available in 6 different colors, allowing color-coding classification of the slides. Each slide location is identified with a number from 1 to 20. Removal of slides is made easy simply by pressing on one end, which will automatically lift the other.

The two transparent hinged covers offer a full view of each slide without having to remove it from its position in the SlideFolder™ and allow easy reading of ID labels with or without an optical barcode reader. The transparent hinged doors can cover the slides or be swung behind the tray.

All units are stackable and take minimum space on laboratory tables or shelves. Will resist temperatures between -80 °C and +80 °C. Not autoclavable.

M750-20AS: Assorted includes 2 of each color.

M752-20WOP:  Opaque doors and white base

Dimensions: 192 x 295 x 11 mm H (7 9/16 x 11 11/16 x 7/16 in. H)


Material Base made of high-impact polystyrene; Hinged doors made of polycarbonate
Length (mm) 192 mm
Width (mm) 295 mm
Height (mm) 11 mm
Temperature range -80 °C to +80 °C
Autoclavable Not autoclavable
Qty/Cs 10
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