Stackable, Low Profile Deep Well Microplates for Lab Automation
Aug 05 2020 Read 483 Times
Porvair Sciences has introduced a new range of low profile deep well microplates - optimised for laboratory automation.
Flexibility, scalability and efficient use of storage space is essential to productive automation workflows. This new range of 96-well deep well microplates are designed to maximise storage space by offering a storage volume of 0.5ml / well in a reduced plate height of just 27mm.
This new low profile design allows more plates to be stored or stacked in a given space. Combining an affordable price with uncompromising high quality, Porvair low profile 0.5ml deep well plates are precisely manufactured to comply with ANSI/SLAS dimensions ensuring complete compatibility with all manual and automated sample handling systems, microplate readers and washers.
Available sterile or non-sterile, Porvair low profile 96-well deep well plates are manufactured from RNase / DNase-free, low leachables polypropylene that undergoes extensive quality testing to ensure a product of the highest quality. Offering high chemical and temperature resistance (-196°C to +121°C) the design of these autoclavable low profile plates includes a U-bottom to enable maximum liquid uptake, alphanumeric well coding for easy sample tracking and raised well rims to enable easy, high integrity sealing.
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