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Bringing Microplate Innovation to Market

Published: Monday, April 22, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, April 22, 2013
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Porvair Sciences develops new and innovative microplates and microplate equipment.

For organizations looking to commercialize technology innovations or companies looking to develop a high quality product with a competitive edge - Porvair Sciences has a long history of successfully helping customers develop new and innovative microplates and microplate equipment.

Specializing in microplate technology since 1992 - Porvair Sciences has accumulated a wealth of technical and production expertise that have made its custom microplate design and manufacture service second to none.

Academic research groups and commercial companies are able to benefit from a range of proprietary techniques used by Porvair in the generation of custom microplates including polymer ultrasonic welding, plasma surface treatment, co-sintering of polymers / silicas and 'two-shot' injection moulding.

Porvair Sciences is also a market leader in the field of moulding ultra-pure plastic materials such as polystyrene, polypropylene and polycarbonate.

Steve Knight, Marketing Director of Porvair Sciences, commented "Over the last few years we have helped a growing number of enterprising academic and governmental research groups commercialize their exciting microplate innovations.

He added "Our OEM product development work for life science and chromatography companies has also grown. Feedback from these commercial organizations indicates it is our innovative designs, rapid prototyping, application knowledge and automation-friendly high precision moulding capabilities that were key criteria in them selecting Porvair Sciences as a development partner".

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