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Adaptable Semi-Automatic Microplate Sealer

Published: Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, December 16, 2013
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MiniSeal II microplate sealer from Porvair comes with adapters.

The MiniSeal II semi-automatic microplate sealer from Porvair Sciences comes complete with adapters enabling it to process deep well, shallow well, low profile deep well, filter and assay plates that conform to the ANSI / SLAS standard format.

MiniSeal II plate adaptors not currently in use are ingeniously designed to stack on top of the unit to keep them readily available.

The MiniSeal II heat sealer operates with a very high force, this together with a powerful 450W heater ensures high integrity sealing of almost any type of microplate.

With so much available power, sealing times for most polypropylene plates with Porvair seals are less than 3 seconds each.

Sealed plates are automatically ejected from the MiniSeal II. The compact footprint, about the size of a sheet of A4 paper, means that MiniSeal II will fit just about anywhere - on users lab bench or inside a fumehood if required.

Easy to set up with simple up/down programming for both sealing time and sealing temperature, the MiniSeal II includes a robust microplate insertion drawer design that ensures excellent conformance to health and safety regulations.

Designed for ease-of-use and installation the compact MiniSeal II just requires plugging into a single electrical outlet to operate. Unlike larger and more expensive automated sealers the MiniSeal II does not require a compressed air supply to operate.


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