NEW PCR Plastics from BrandTech Scientific

NEW PCR Plastics for Low Profile Thermal Cyclers

By | August 12, 2014

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BrandTech Scientific, Inc. announces a new line of high quality PCR plastics for standard and low profile thermal cyclers. These products are made in one of the world’s largest cleanroom facilities of its kind and are produced with the newest production technologies, raw materials, and quality testing. They have unique blue alphanumeric coding and cut corner for easy well identification and handling resulting in more efficient workflow. Extra-thin and uniform walls combined with a rigid upper deck results in more optimal heat transfer and sturdiness for use with robotic equipment. Standard profile plates can now be sealed with cap strips using a unique capping and decapping tool. Low profile non-skirted and half skirted plates (0.15mL) are available for use with popular thermal cyclers such as the Applied Biosystems® 9800 Fast, 7900 HT, and 7500 Fast, BIORAD® CFX96, and Eppendorf® Mastercycler® systems.

BrandTech Scientific, Inc. of Essex, CT imports a wide variety of laboratory products. Product offering includes pipettes, bottletop dispensers, burettes, pipette controllers, repeating pipettes, vacuum pumps, cuvettes, PCR plastics, plastic labware and lab support jacks.

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