A single roll of 3M™ Micropore tape on a 3" x 10 yard roll. Micropore tape is often used as a filter on Max Yield Bins and grain spawn lids amongst many other uses in mycology. Autoclavable.
3M™ Micropore tape is a medical-grade paper tape that is widely used in various fields, including mycology. This tape is particularly useful for creating a filter on Max Yield Bins and grain spawn lids, as it allows for gas exchange while keeping contaminants out. The tape is made of a soft, porous paper that is gentle on the skin and can conform to irregular surfaces.
In addition to its use in mycology, Micropore tape is also commonly used in healthcare settings to secure dressings and tubing, as well as for general-purpose holding and sealing. The tape is autoclavable, meaning it can be sterilized using steam or another high-heat method without compromising its performance.
The single roll of 3" x 10 yard Micropore tape is a convenient and cost-effective option for those who use it frequently. It can be easily stored in a toolbox or first aid kit, and its compact size makes it easy to transport. The tape can also be easily cut to the desired length, allowing for precise application.
Overall, 3M™ Micropore tape is a versatile and reliable tool for a variety of applications. Its unique properties make it an ideal choice for mycologists looking to create a filter on their Max Yield Bins or grain spawn lids, and its autoclavable nature ensures that it can be used in sterile environments with confidence.
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