Productive SPE Methods Development Microplate
Feb 14 2006 Read 1632 Times
The Microlute Methods Development plate range offers the user a choice of 8 or 12 different phases and sorbent volumes (10 -100mg) in one plate. This allows the user to rapidly and simply identify the optimal sorbent and loading for their specific application. Supplying a complete methods development product that you don't have to construct yourself delivers considerable savings in valuable laboratory time.
The novel design of the Microlute Methods Development plate offers all the advantages of automated and high throughput SPE sample preparation in a convenient microplate format capable of rapidly processing 96 samples in one go repeatedly and precisely. Constructed from a single piece of moulded high quality plastic, a Microlute Methods Development plate will not bend or distort because individual SPE cartridges do not have to be repeatedly plugged in and out. Using a proprietary sorbent slurry loading technique, Porvair has eliminated the channeling effects often limiting the performance of dry powder loaded SPE columns. Each well on a Microlute Methods Development plate has an individual drain spout ensuring 100% sample transfer and zero crossover contamination.
Working closely with the leading automated liquid handling companies has ensured that Porvair Microlute Methods Development plates deliver high productivity, trouble-free operation with all robotic sample handling and preparation systems.
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