Eppendorf® Deepwell Plates 96 and 384 sets the new standard for deepwell plates with new RecoverMax well designs. The well geometry enables high-speed pipetting, excellent mixing and high-speed centrifugation to accelerate your manual as well as your automated work processes. Sophisticated colors and coding make reading, orientation and manual handling easier and faster. Colored frames are laser inscribed (UV- and chemical-resistant) high contrast alphanumeric labeling for easy well well identification.
Made of virgin polypropylene, each plate type is available as Sterile quality. Eppendorf Deepwell Plate 96/500, 96/1,000 and 384/200 are also available as DNA LoBind and Protein LoBind quality. Ease of stacking, multiple sealing options as well as high chemical and temperature resistance make these plates excellent, multipurpose tools. The plates fulfill current guidelines: SBS1, EN ISO 9001/13485.
Eppendorf Deepwell Plates 96 and 384 are designed to be centrifugation-stable and durable in a temperature range from 4°C to 40°C. DNA and Protein LoBind Eppendorf Deepwell Plate 96 and 384 can be centrifuged up to 6,000 x g2. Sterile Eppendorf Plate Deepwell 96 and 384 are centrifugation stable up to 5,000 x g2. For sample recovery after processing or storage, Eppendorf Centrifuge 5804 R and 5810 R and rotors A-4-81-MTP and A-2-DWP are recommended.
Eppendorf Deepwell Plates 96 and 384 are high-quality consumables to ease high-throughput operation and handling. They are warpresistant, always revealing a planar surface during each handling step; this planarity, together with precisely molded raised rims, leads to perfectly sealed wells, even after several sealing procedures. Other benefits include reduction of cross-contamination and minimized sample loss during storage. Sealing can be done by adhesive seal, heat-sealing or sealing mats.