PETRI DISH, plastic, sterile, 2 compartments Ø 94 mm


Valid Article

The product is supplied (and stored) sterile, it must remain sterile until its use. Sterile = state of being free from all living microorganisms.
Single use
A single-use device, also referred to as a disposable device, is intended for use on one patient during a single procedure. It is not intended to be reprocessed (i.e., cleaned and disinfected or sterilized).
W0503030101 - Petri dishes
European Medical Device Nomenclature (EMDN) is the nomenclature of use by manufacturers when registering their medical devices in the EUDAMED database. EMDN is characterised by its alphanumeric structure that is established in a seven-level hierarchical tree.
The order of this product needs to be justified and is only acceptable under certain conditions.
OC subscriptions: included in supply or field order tools (e.g. UniField)
SC subscriptions: included in supply or field tools
OC validations: approved for procurement and use by an OC for international or local orders specifying context and activity in Medical Standard Lists (MSL)

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PETRI DISH, multiple compartments


Shallow plastic plate with lid, with separation in two or four compartments, used for two or four culture media preparation in the same plate.



Polystyrene crystal

Technical specifications

  • High transparency
  • With lid
  • Sterile
  • Dimensions Ø x H: 94/100 x 16 mm
  • Ø 90 mm can be accepted
  • With 3 ventilation ports
  • 2 or 4 compartments

Packaging & Labelling

600 units

Instructions for use

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Shelflife: 5 years

Waste management

Plates, like any other contaminated disposable item, must leave the laboratory area for incineration only after being autoclaved.

MSF requirements

Plates with compartments are used for multiple testing on agar based as blood or thin layer agar.

Reserved for microbiology culture programmes (TB culture and bacteriology).

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