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Porvair Sciences

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Black Storage Plate for Light-Sensitive Samples

Porvair Sciences

These black 96-deep well plates offer a working volume of 1 mL per well, which in conjunction with black sealing films ensure that sensitive assays and samples are not degraded by exposure to light, even over long-term storage periods. Manufactu...

High-Performance UV Assay Microplates

Porvair Sciences

The Krystal UV quartz bottomed microplates are designed for high-throughput applications that require excitation or detection wavelengths in the far UV region, below 350 nm. Made from highly polished fused quartz, Krystal UV plates are suitable ...

Clear Bottom Assay Plates

Porvair Sciences

The Krystal 2000 microplate range has been optimized for luminescence and fluorescence assays. The special design of the plate eliminates well-to-well optical crosstalk inherent with other clear bottomed microplate designs, providing increased a...

Microplate Blowdown Evaporator for LC/MS

Porvair Sciences

The Ultravap Levante™ offers rapid programmable dry down of samples dissolved in common chromatography solvents such as acetonitrile, dichloromethane, and methanol. With 10 stored programs and a full color screen the Ultravap Levante i...

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