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Porvair Sciences® will be attending the annual Lab Innovations conference this year on the 30th – 31st October in Birmingham.
The newest additions to the Porvair Sciences range of assay plates aims to add flexibility in choice and reassurance of clean products for our customers. The Porvair Sciences assay plates range offers the largest combination of well shape, number of wells and well volume on the market.
Joining the Porvair Sciences range of manual and automated equipment is the next generation AutoCapper. Designed to take the strain out of applying friction sealing caps to deep well plates, the compact AutoCapper is small enough to fit on most lab benches.
The Porvair Sciences Krystal™ ultra-flat glass bottom microplate combines all the innovative features of our Krystal 384-well microplate range, such as novel square wells and increased measurement precision, with an exceptionally high degree of planar flatness.
The Protein Precipitation Plates (P3), also known as Protein Crash Plates, are tailored to effectively remove unwanted proteins during sample preparation prior to analysis. The P3 microplate boasts good flow rate, low non-specific binding and exceptional removal efficiencies.
At Porvair Sciences we manufacture our plates from virgin polypropylene to minimize the presence of extractables. When compared to other major microplate manufacturers, GC-MS analysis revealed no significant levels of leachables or extractables.
Andy Wells has recently joined the ranks of our dynamic and friendly employees as a Distribution Sales Manager. We caught up with him about his career up to date and what he’s looking forward to most in his position: