ESR-10 Manual Rack

The ESR-10 Manual Rack is a manual Modified Westergren system that can determine the ESR of whole blood in 30 minutes using 1.2 mL Streck ESR-Vacuum Tubes.

ESR-10 Manual Rack

The ESR-10 Manual Rack is a 10-position manual Modified Westergren system that can be used to analyze the erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) of whole blood in 30 minutes. The ESR-10 Manual Rack uses 1.2 mL Streck ESR-Vacuum Tubes, exhibits >96% correlation to the standard 60-minute manual Modified Westergren method, features a closed blood collection system and is a non-automated testing procedure.

ESR-10 Manual product pack


  • Provides manual ESR results in 30 minutes
  • ˃96% correlation to the Modified Westergren Method gives true sed-rate results


  • Provides results in half the time compared to competitor methods
  • Requires only 1.2 mL blood
  • ESR-Vacuum Tubes offer safe direct-draw blood collection and preserve the integrity of the patient sample for up to 72 hours (2 °C to 10 °C)
DescriptionCatalog Number
ESR-10 Manual Rack240321
ESR-Vacuum Tubes, 1.2 mL (100 tubes)240360

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Streck provides the laboratory with a comprehensive sed-rate line that includes accurate, reliable and user-friendly analyzers for erythrocyte sedimentation rate testing in EDTA tubes without consuming the patient sample. The Streck sed-rate line also includes accurate and reliable quality controls and accessories.

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