Cal-Chex A Plus

Cal-Chex A Plus is a whole blood product manufactured for calibrating multi-parameter hematology analyzers. It is assayed on Abbott CELL-DYN 3500, 3700 and Ruby instruments.

Cal-Chex A Plus hematology calibrator

Cal-Chex A Plus is a whole blood product manufactured for calibrating multi-parameter hematology analyzers. Assigned values are derived from replicate analysis on whole blood calibrated hematology analyzers. Cal-Chex A Plus calibration material is available in plastic vials with pierceable caps for analyzer autosampling.

Show More
Cal-Chex A Plus hematology calibrator

Features

  • Value-assigned from replicate analysis on whole blood calibrated analyzers
  • Assayed on Abbott CELL-DYN 3500, 3700 and Ruby instruments
  • Plastic vials with pierceable caps for analyzer autosampling
  • 5-day open-vial stability
  • 45-day closed-vial stability

Benefits

DescriptionCatalog Number
 
1 x 3.0 mL221106
2 x 3.0 mL221107
3 x 3.0 mL221108

View the lot release schedule

Order Cal-Chex A Plus today

International customers find a distributor

The process of whole blood calibration is critical to Streck so our customers can have the confidence that product assays are accurate. Streck’s calibrators save you from having to complete a tedious whole blood calibration procedure. Our controls are available for most brands of hematology analyzers and come in multiple levels to test accuracy and sensitivity.

Streck hematology products

The latest from the blog

Quality Control

Top 4 questions about SICKLEDEX

Streck listened to customers and has made improvements to the Instructions for Use (IFU) for SICKLEDEX®, improving the customer experience by enablin…
Read More
Quality Control

Male infertility causes and testing

Many couples face issues with fertility, or the ability to have children. If a pregnancy is not achieved after 12 months of having unprotected sex, th…
Read More
Quality Control

Understanding diabetes A1c tests

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the number of people worldwide with diabetes rose from 108 million in 1980 (4.7% of the adult popula…
Read More