Storage boxes are an essential laboratory tool used to store and organize small items such as tubes, vials, and slides. They come in a range of sizes, shapes, and materials such as plastic or cardboard, and are designed to provide secure storage for laboratory items.
Storage boxes are typically compartmentalized, with individual slots or wells to keep the items separate and organized. Some storage boxes also feature removable dividers, allowing for customization of the compartments to suit specific storage needs.
Many storage boxes are also labeled with identification information, such as the contents or lot number, to aid in organization and retrieval. Additionally, some storage boxes are designed to be stackable or to interlock with other storage boxes, saving valuable laboratory space.