VP 177AD-1-24 - 24 Channel Dispensing Manifold on 13 mm centers and 45 mm long for Microplates and Vials
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|Tube Gauge||19 gauge|
|Tube Length||45 mm|
|Bottle Top Dispenser Range||N/A|
|Center-To-Center Spacing||13 mm|
|Materials - Attributes||Aluminum, Polypropylene, Stainless Steel|
|Plate Type Compatibility||Deep Well, Standard Well|
|# of Channels||24 channel|
|Manifold Style||Manifold Full Plate|
The 24 Channel Manifold Microplate Filler VP 177AD-1-24
- Rapid, fills both standard and 24 deep well plates in less than 3 seconds.
- Simple filling of multiple plates by sliding plates under the manifold.
- Adjustable in both Z and Y directions.
- Z axis is spring loaded easy operation.
- Can reposition dispense tubes to side of the wells
- Inexpensive, uses disposable syringes.
- Versatile, fill from 50 ul to 10,000 ul/well.
- Compact, easy to use.
- Uses 19 gauge tubing for anti-drip control.
- No air bubbles in dispensed liquid.
- Accommodates sterile media and reagent buffers (NO ORGANIC SOLVENTS*)
- Quick clean system
V&P's new 24 CHANNEL MANIFOLD (VP 177AD-1-24) will fill your 24 well microplates with sterile growth media, buffers and other solutions. Our spring loaded manifold delivery system makes plate filling very easy.
The VP 177AD-1-24 is very adaptable with a simple Z adjustment to accommodate both deep well and standard 24 well microplates. Designed for high throughput filling of multiple microplates.
Three "Z" adjustment stops allow the dispense tubes to be set at any height above a standard or deep well microplate. The manifold is held up by 3 springs and is pushed down to the Z stop prior to dispensing.
The plate slider/registration feature provides a simple but sure method of placing the dispense tubes in the center of the wells and then re-position the pins to edges of wells.
*This product has not been tested with all types of solutions, for example, those containing or comprised of various detergents and/or organic solvents. If your application includes these types of solutions, preliminary testing may be needed.
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