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384-Well Reagent Reservoirs from INTEGRA

Published: Friday, February 28, 2014
Last Updated: Friday, February 28, 2014
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Reagent reservoirs offer maximum liquid recovery.

Adopting a standard ANSI / SLAS footprint - INTEGRA 384-well reagent reservoirs (100ml) are fully compatible with all liquid handling systems including the VIAFLO 384 Handheld Multichannel Electronic Pipette.

384 individual pyramidal indentations in each reagent reservoir allow maximum liquid recovery when using a VIAFLO 384 electronic pipette as well as other platforms.

VIAFLO multichannel reagent reservoirs are both economically and environmentally friendly because users can reuse the reservoir base and dispose of the reservoir inserts.

These reagent reservoirs are also designed to nest within one another without sticking and come in compact, space-saving packages.

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