The new proprietary Snap-Cap keeps the nozzle and aperture protected from the work environment. The open and closing of the cap with one hand allows the user to maintain position and procedure continuity. It is engineered to eliminate drips and “drawback.” Its exclusive self-sealing silicone valve instantly cuts off the flow of gel maintaining a clean and safe work environment by preventing drips and product residue while eliminating product drawback into the bottle, thus reducing the potential for cross-contamination. The Snap-Cap is available on all Parker’s 0.25-liter and 8-ounce dispenser bottles, including the Aquasonic100 ultrasound transmission gel.
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