The plates are made in virgin polypropylene to minimise extractables. Working volume is 1ml per well and total volume is 1.1ml.
Coloured plates aid identification when retrieving from storage. Black plates are suitable for storing light sensitive compounds.
These revolutionary plates are made in virgin polypropylene to minimise extractables. Maximum volume is 2.075 ml per well and working volume is a useful 1.85 ml, more than any other comparable ‘2 ml Round Well’ plate in this class. The ‘common wall’ design allows the highest possible volume to be used whilst maintaining an overall height of just 45 mm, complete with ANSI/SLAS standard base and footprint. Extra working volume is thus assured in a convenient round bottom, round well format.
Porvair Sciences has developed a number of storage/collection plates to help in the fields of cell biology, molecular biology, drug discovery, combinatorial chemistry, screening and genomics. The plates are manufactured under clean room conditions and a significant number are DNase/RNase free. They are mainly made from polypropylene, an inert material giving heat and solvent resistant qualities. Porvair Sciences offers the largest combination of well shape, number of wells and well volume on the market. Each is made to the ANSI/SBS format for compatibility with most readers/washers and automated equipment.
Porvair Sciences offers three plates with well capacities of 350µl, 270µl and 220µl. They have flat-, round- or V-bottoms and can be used for compound storage and culturing.
A new introduction to the Porvair range is a low profile 1.1ml 96-well round plate with a height of just 27mm. This allows more plates to be stored or stacked in a given space. The plates are made with extractable-free polypropylene for excellent results. A specific anti-evaporation cap mat is also available for this plate manufactured from thermoplastic elastomer.