A 2.2 ml deep well plate is a versatile, high-quality sample collection and processing tool. They are compatible with various automatic injectors and robots, and their small corner radius prevents samples from wicking. Deepwell plates have a wide range of uses, from sample collection to in vitro growth chambers and long-term storage. Because of their deepwell volume, they are also fully autoclavable.
The 2.2 ml deep well plate is made of polypropylene and has a 2.2 ml capacity (2.1 mL when capped). They are compatible with robotic and automated liquid handlers, and are resistant to many standard laboratory chemicals. The raised rims of each well enable a secure seal. Non-sterile 2.2 mL deep well plates are available in four color choices. They are sold in packs of four.
A deep well plate provides the utmost convenience for sample storage, PCR detection, and long-term storage. These plates are suitable for most liquid handling robots, and feature raised rims for secure sealing. These plates are also compatible with sterile filters and mats and are certified to be free of RNase, DNase, and human DNA. Moreover, they are stackable and flat, making them an excellent choice for many labs.
A 96 deep well plate volume is the amount of liquid that can be added to the individual wells. These plates come in a variety of configurations, from a standard 48-well plate to one that has three different well volumes: five, seven, and ten ml. The standard height of the 96-well plate is 45mm, and this allows you to replicate a wide range of high volume analyses.
Porvair's high-volume deep well plates are designed to fit robotic sample processing equipment and automated liquid handling systems. They feature a Santaprene piercable seal to prevent liquid spillage and stackable designs. Since 1992, Porvair has specialised in microplate manufacturing, serving customers in the Life Sciences, Biotechnology, and Molecular Biology fields. Whether you need a single plate for compound storage, or 96 deep well plates for high-throughput screening, Porvair has the right microplates for the job.
Eppendorf Deepwell plates feature OptiTrack(r) labelling for easy identification and are available in 96 and 384-well sizes. The high-contrast border and rims of the wells help reduce pipetting errors, and the smooth design of the square-well plate minimizes residual volume. The 96 and 384-well versions of the Deepwell Plate are made of high-quality polypropylene, ensuring resistance to temperature and chemical extremes.
Biotix deep-well plates are made of non-treated virgin polypropylene. They have excellent chemical resistance and conform to SBS standards for automated workstations. They can withstand up to 6,000 RCF in a microplate rotor. Furthermore, they are stackable and free of Pyrogens and RNase. In addition, they are sterile and contain no human DNA. They can also be used for high-throughput screening and for immunological assays.
If you need to perform experiments on a wide range of samples, you can get the 48 deep well plate from Nest Scientific. The plate is made from virgin polypropylene, is autoclavable and suitable for long-term storage. Nest Scientific also provides other products, including liquid handling and cell culture consumables. You can order this plate in cases of five or ten. This 3.5ml plate comes with a corresponding lid.
The 48 Deep Well Plate is ideal for high-throughput screening applications. Its rectangular shape optimizes the storage volume of each well, making it a practical choice for handling and storing biological samples. These plates are compatible with sealing films, foils and mats. Hence, they can be used for any type of sample storage and handling. In addition, they can be used for the storage of compounds. Besides, a 48 Deep Well Plate is ideal for storage of samples.
Deepwell plates can be used for samples collection, in vitro growth chambers, and long-term storage. This type of plate is made of polypropylene, which is highly resistant to chemicals. It is also fully autoclavable, which makes it ideal for cryo-storage and cold-room applications. And it has an easy-to-clean surface. You can use it for in-vitro analysis, cell culture, and even protein purification.
In addition to the Pierce Microdialysis Plate, it can also be used in combination with standard 48 deep-well plates. The plate uses minimal buffer, allowing for efficient use of each device. It is also compatible with automated liquid-handling systems. These features make the 48 Deep Well Plate a perfect choice for high-throughput applications. These plates are perfect for researchers who work with samples. They are also highly compatible with automated liquid-handling systems.
Researchers love the cost-effectiveness of microplates. Researchers can save money and time by using the microplates instead of costly reagents. And, because they're low-tech, they save time and effort in performing experiments on samples. They don't need to buy expensive reagents to perform experiments with microplates. They're also highly customizable. This makes them a perfect tool for biomedical researchers.