Pall Laboratory Launches its Line of High-Volume 24-Well Filter Plates

Pharmaceutical Technology Editors

In the Lab eNewsletter, Pharmaceutical Technology's In the Lab eNewsletter 02-03-2021, Volume 16, Issue 2

Designed for biotechnology and pharmaceutical laboratories, the well filter plates process volumes up to 7 mL for simple plate-to-plate transfers and a time-saving, cost-cutting filtration platform.

Pall Laboratory’s AcroPrep high-volume 24-well filter plates, launched in late January 2021, allows for laboratories to work within a 24-well format from cell growth, harvest, and biomolecule isolation to final analysis while offering a high throughput, less work steps and sample losses, and reduced processing times.

Designed for biotechnology and pharmaceutical laboratories, the well filter plates process volumes up to 7 mL for simple plate-to-plate transfers and a time-saving, cost-cutting filtration platform. The plates feature a polypropylene construction which promotes low protein binding to minimize sample loss. Plates are available in several pore sizes, including Omega PES membrane in all molecular weight cut-offs, and a polyethylene/polypropylene membrane.

"Pall's introduction of the industry's broadest line of 24-well filter plates provides researchers with the ultimate convenience of a true one-stop resource for their filtration workflow needs," said Lori Euler, Pall's product manager, Molecular, in a Jan. 26, 2021 company press release. "The new plates permit seamless operations throughout 24-well plate manual and automated processes, creating higher efficiencies and greater productivity.”

Source: Pall