VP 531F-PTFE - PTFE Reservoir with 384 Dimpled Bottom for 384 Robotic Pipettors, 4 Separate Control Wells with 4 positions in each and 1 Large Section with 368 positions, SLAS Footprint x 32 mm Tall

Reagent Reservoir with 384 dimpled depressions with 4 control mini-chambers (G11, G12, H11, H12 and I11, I12, J11, J12 in the center and G 23, G24, H23, H24 and I23, I24, J23 J24 on the right side) with 4 depressions in each control. Control wells to be same volume (center and edge) depth = 2.54cm made from PTFE
SKU: VP 531F-PTFE

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Reagent Reservoir with 384 dimpled depressions with 4 control mini-chambers (G11, G12, H11, H12 and I11, I12, J11, J12 in the center and G 23, G24, H23, H24 and I23, I24, J23 J24 on the right side) with 4 depressions in each control. Control wells to be same volume (center and edge) depth = 2.54cm made from PTFE
Additional Info
Materials - Attributes PTFE
Max Capacity N/A
Coating/Encapsulation N/A
Format 384
Special Features No fitting ports
Wall Thickness N/A
OD N/A
ID N/A
Length N/A
Well Bottom Shape Compatibility Dimple

The VP 531F-PTFE is a variation of the VP 531E-PTFE 384 style reagent reservoir without segments but with the same control mini-chambers at G1, G2, H1, H2 and I1, I2, J1, J2 at the edge and G13, G14, H13, H14 AND I13, I14, J13 J14 in the center with 4 dimple depressions in each control chamber. The control wells hold 1.4 ml each and the one large dimpled bottom segment which holds 185 ml. We have also "dimpled" the bottom of the reservoir so the last dregs of an expensive reagent can be used.

The reagent reservoir conforms to SBS standard dimensions of 127.7 mm long 85.5 mm wide and with a 25.4 mm deep cavity and stands 32 mm tall. The reservoirs are constructed of solvent resistant PTFE.

Dividing walls are 1.3 mm wide. Check your pipet tip separation to see if it can accommodate the wall thickness.

When you have thin wall dividers between control wells of both polypropylene and PTFE reservoirs we DO NOT RECOMMEND AUTOCLAVING THE RESERVOIR FOR FEAR OF DEFORMING THE THIN WALLS.

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