- Leak-tight closure with syringe access
- Models for virtually any laboratory glassware
- Replaceable septum
- Simple installation
Mininert push-button valves are highly dependable, leak-tight closures for screw-cap vials and other laboratory containers. When used with a glass vial, only PTFE and glass are in contact with the contents. Their unique features make Mininert valves the ideal closure for calibration standards, air- or moisture-sensitive fluids, derivatizing reagents, or volatile chemicals.
Operation is extremely simple - push the green button to open the valve, insert the needle through the septum and take a sample, withdraw the needle, and push the red button to close the valve.
Screw-cap Mininert valves for vials are available in a variety of sizes. The crimp-top valve for 13 mm ID glassware slides into the neck of the vial and features a threaded flange which is turned to provide a leak-tight fit.
The laboratory taper model brings Mininert convenience and ease to a variety of applications using standard laboratory glassware, such as reaction chambers, test tubes, and other glass systems.
Our Mininert threaded designs offer positive on/off fluid control as an in-line valve or syringe access as a termination valve at a sample point.
Convenient add-on syringe valves allow our Series C and D syringes to store samples at up to 250 psi. Models are also available to fit luer-tip syringes from any manufacturer.