Falcon™ 15mL Conical Centrifuge Tubes

Tested to withstand centrifugation of 12,000 RCF (polypropylene) or 18,000RCF (polystyrene) in a fully supported rotor with room temperature water. Corning™ Falcon™ 15mL Conical Centrifuge Tubes are ideal for cell centrifugation; pelleting; separation by density gradients.

Brand: Falcon

Manufacturer Part Number: 352099

UNSPSC: 41121703

Code: 66

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 4.48000kg

Product Code. 10468502

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1 £ 157.92000000000002 / Pack of 500
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Description and Specification


Capacity 0.507 oz., 15mL
Color Clear
Closure Type Dome-seal; Screw Cap; Threaded
Product Type Centrifuge Tube
Packaging Rack
Quantity 500/Cs.
Closure Color Blue
Length (Metric) 120mm
Diameter (Metric) Outside 17mm
Material Polystyrene
Graduated Yes
Includes Writing patch, blue dome seal closures
For Use With (Application) For DNA isolation, purification and precipitation of nucleic Acids, cell centrifugation applications
Label Type White Marking Spot
Capacity (Metric) 15mL
Max. Force 1800xG
Closure Material Polypropylene
Shape Conical
Max. RCF 1800 x G
Sterile Yes
Certifications/Compliance ISO 9001:2000, FDA, CFR

Suitable for molecular biology applications including concentrating bacteria for DNA isolation, purification and precipitation of nucleic acids, sample storage (ambient temperature from -4 to +60°C) and centrifugation of precipitates.


  • Dark blue graduations in 0.5mL increments are visible with clear or turbid samples
  • Solvent-resistant white writing area
  • Sterilized by gamma irradiation, nonpyrogenic
  • Supplied blue HDPE 20mm threaded dome seal closures provide positive seal over the full circumference


Clarified Polypropylene

  • Resistant to alcohols and mild organic solvents (not recommended for extraction procedures)
  • Translucent wall for easy viewing
  • Stable from -4° to +60°C (24.8° to 140°F)
  • (Withstand centrifugal forces to 12,000 x g RCF
  • Optically clear for easy viewing of sample
  • Stable from 4° to 60°C (39° to 140°F)
  • Withstand centrifugal forces up to 1800 x g RCF