Cal-Chex®

Cal-Chex is a whole blood product manufactured for calibrating multi-parameter hematology analyzers. It is assayed on Beckman Coulter, Abbott, Horiba Medical, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics and Mindray instruments.

Cal-Chex calibrator

Cal-Chex 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 calibration material is available in plastic vials with pierceable caps for analyzer autosampling.

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Cal-Chex calibrator on lab bench

Features

  • Value-assigned from replicate analysis on whole blood calibrated analyzers
  • Assayed on Beckman Coulter, Abbott, Horiba Medical, Siemens and Mindray 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 mL 221101
3 x 3.0 mL 221103

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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.

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