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post #121 of 128 (permalink) Old 04-08-2013, 08:50 PM
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thanks again for all the info, gives me an idea what to look for but first i will do what Ashuiegi said and check with suppliers here.
PS as always somethings confused me as to type or if they are the same.. like one may say Ln2 dewar while one might say Ln2 cryogenics dewar (kinda like what my dad's friend uses on his cattle farm for bull sperm)
I don't really know the difference but my guess would be they both hold ln2,the cryogenics Dewar still holds ln2 for preserving the sperm but has a wider mouth for the racks to hang in and easy removel as such for the racks.Just a guess tho but its all about the holding time and something that is easy to pour for you too
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thanks again for all the info, gives me an idea what to look for but first i will do what Ashuiegi said and check with suppliers here.
PS as always somethings confused me as to type or if they are the same.. like one may say Ln2 dewar while one might say Ln2 cryogenics dewar (kinda like what my dad's friend uses on his cattle farm for bull sperm)
I don't really know the difference but my guess would be they both hold ln2,the cryogenics Dewar still holds ln2 for preserving the sperm but has a wider mouth for the racks to hang in and easy removel as such for the racks.Just a guess tho but its all about the holding time and something that is easy to pour for you too

ahhh cool, kinda what i was thinking. now i am waiting on replies from some Ln2 suppliers here so hopefully will have some luck smile.gif


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some may have structure to storage things inside other may not i guess (they all have some kind of structure inside but some are made to hold things) , but it should be removable anyway i would think. i really know better lHe dewar and they are a bit different
the cryogenics in front of the name, i m not sure it reflect this or not, but i think it's just semantic and they are the same.

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some may have structure to storage things inside other may not i guess (they all have some kind of structure inside but some are made to hold things) , but it should be removable anyway i would think. i really know better lHe dewar and they are a bit different
the cryogenics in front of the name, i m not sure it reflect this or not, but i think it's just semantic and they are the same.

i think your right and yes from what i can see the storage holders inside are removeable so hence the naming. as you see i did what you sugested and have contacted numerous suppliers and am waiting to hear back smile.gif


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i think it s the best because having one ship from abroad would be expensive ( it s really heavy) and risky, i wouldn't gamble on something this expensive in the first place smile.gif
i hope you can find what you need for a good price.

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hanks, i have even posted on the Thai equivilent of OCN thumb.gif


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found it, geeze i am blind, its a bit bigger than a pin hole like close to 1mm and i didnt notice it lol
BTW i have been looking a Dewars, what size should i be looking at for say one person 4 - 6 hours of benching??

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found it, geeze i am blind, its a bit bigger than a pin hole like close to 1mm and i didnt notice it lol
BTW i have been looking a Dewars, what size should i be looking at for say one person 4 - 6 hours of benching??

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Thats what i would like but finding Ln2 dewars here is like jumping through hoops. i will wait till i am in Australia for the holidays. cant even rent them here so i have found so far.


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