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Pricing and Online Ordering at www.alphalabs.co.uk Microplates and PCR Consumables Heat2Seal™ Heat-Sealing Films HS0200 HS0700 For some applications heat sealing has become the preferred method for sealing microplates. It creates an airtight and chemically-resistant seal without the complications of using adhesives for the application. Sealing the wells protects the contents from evaporation, condensation, oxidation and cross-contamination during transport or storage. Heat2Seal™ is a comprehensive range of high performance heat-sealing microplate films and foils to meet the needs of the life science laboratory. These are available in individual sheets or rolls for low, medium and high-throughput applications. Features ■■Manufactured in Class 10,000 cleanrooms to cGMP standards and FDA requirements ■■Proven cleanliness levels ■■Free of detectable DNase, RNase, human DNA and PCR inhibitors ■■Robust and Cleanroom friendly packaging High-throughput Applications For automation requirements all films (except Heat2Seal Clear Perm) are available in rolls in two widths and a range of lengths dependent on the type: ■■Standard Laboratory Rolls 78mm wide - 610m, 500m or 200m long ■■Standard Laboratory Rolls 115mm wide - 500m, 350m or 200m long Sample Rolls for evaluation on automated heat-sealing systems are available for a nominal charge. These are designed to be sufficient to allow users to adequately assess the compatibility to their system and application. ■■Sample Roll 5m x 78mm ■■Sample Roll 5m x 115mm Heat2Seal Samples Samples from the Heat2Seal range are available on request for pre-cut sheets. 5m sample rolls of film are also available for a small charge. For further information or to order please e-mail marketing@alphalabs.co.uk, or place your request via the website: www.alphalabs.co.uk For Heat2Seal™ Plate Sealing Instruments See Page 196 - 197 Heat2Seal Rolls Heat2Seal™ Heat Sealing Films n email order sales@alphalabs.co.uk n freefax order 0800 614249 137


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