Instant Self-closing Seal after Dispensing / Prevents sample vaporization
RAPID Slit Seal is a unique self-closing 96-well plate seal to minimize solvent evaporation and prevents needle clogging compared with conventional silicon mats. The adhesive-free, pre-cut slits made of silicone and PET allows easy insertion and withdrawal of pipette tips and sampling needles without catching and dragging. Acrylic-based adhesive is not above the wells to prevent sample leaching. Seal can be easily applied and removed. Suggested applications include automated pipetting and liquid handling, SPE, HPLC, LC/MS, cell culturing and ADME.
|Figure 1: airtightness against water (37 oC)||Figure 2: airtightness against acetonitrile (4 oC)|
|Wight variation of water over time||Weight variation of Acetonitrile over time|
RAPID Slit Seal was evaluated the performance of airtightness by measuring the weight of plates over time for 22 hours. 150 µl of acetonitrile and water were dispensed to all wells. The plates were sealed with RAPID Slit Seal and stored at temperature of 4°C and 37°C., respeectively. As a control for complete closed system, aluminum foil seals were used to cover well plates at the same condition. Then, as a control for open system, plates without any cover seals were prepared as described conditions above. The results were presented in percentage of the decrease compared with time zero immediately after the sealing.
RAPID Slit Seal (RSS) Showed high airtightness to acetonitrile and water under the temperature of 4°C (Figure. 2) and 37°C (Figure. 1), respectively.
* Place 150 µl solvent in 96-well plate (RAPID Tube Plate 600) for measurement
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|Operating Temperature||-80oC - 100oC|
|Size||W 80 mm x L 122 mm|
Examples of compatible systems
* The RAPID Slit Seal is used with auto-samplers in system above.
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This product is manufactured by BioChromato, Inc.
RAPID Slit Seal (Gamma-Sterilized) is terminally sterilized by gamma radiation.