How are you handling your cryovials?

Damaging the biological material can cost you a lot of money. CryoHolder is made specially to eliminate every risk that comes with transferring frozen biological material.

How it works

Pick a cryovial

Navodilo 1

Pick the cryovial you want to transfer.

Attach the CryoHolder

Navodilo 2

Push the tip of the tool into the cap of the cryovial.

Transfer the cryovial

Navodilo 3

Pick up the cryovial and transfer it to the desired location.

Release the cryovial

Navodilo 4

Release the cryovial by simply pressing the button on top of the tool.

About the CryoHolder

The CryoHolder is a unique tool on the market that enables you quick, more efficient, and safe transfer of frozen cryovials. The tool is made out of aluminium so it can withstand big temperature changes; from -196 °C in liquid nitrogen up to 121 °C in the autoclave. The tool is compatible with all major cryovial types.

More efficient and safe to use

The CryoHolder’s ergonomic design allows faster workflow, eliminates both frostbite and damage to the biological material while making the transfer more efficient.

Nearly indestructible

The tool is made out of aluminium, which enables working with liquid nitrogen as well as sterilising it in the autoclave at 121°C. It is also resistant to mechanical damage that may occur during the work process.

Compatible with different types of cryovials

The tool is made for cryovials from different manufacturers (Corning, Thermo Fisher, VWR, and others). Contact us here if you wish to find out the compatibility with your cryovials.

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The CryoHolder is used by:

Development of CryoHolder was made possible by:

Slovene Enterprise Fund

Ljubljana University incubator

Ministry of Economic Development and Technology

European Regional Development Fund

Name of the project: “Development of an innovative tool for transferring cryovials”. The project is co-financed by the Republic of Slovenia and European Regional Development Fund.