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Labcare Service Ltd

Gene House

Queenborough Lane

Great Notley

Braintree Essex

CM77 7AG


Telephone:

01376 332909

Fax UK:

01376 344724

Email:

enquiries@labcareservice.co.uk

contact us

Labcare Service Ltd

Gene House

Queenborough Lane

Great Notley

Braintree

Essex CM77 7AG


Telephone UK:

01376 332909

Fax UK:

01376 344724

Email:

enquiries@labcareservice.co.uk


Telephone international:

+44 1376 332 909

Fax international:

+44 1376 344 724

Customer maintenance:

service@LabcareService.co.uk

MJ Research Hard-Shell® Thin-Wall 384 Well Microplate info

50 black shell/black well PCR plates. Rigid 2-component design. Hard-Shell 384-well skirted PCR plates are specifically designed to withstand the stresses of thermal cycling and robotic handling. The patented* two-component design provides superior stability and flatness, allowing precise positioning for automation. Features of skirted plates include:

(1) Reaction volumes of 1-30 µl (50 µl maximum)

(2) Extremely uniform wells reduce well-to-well variability in optical assays, such as those used in real-time PCR

(3) Compatibility with most 384-well thermal cyclers, real-time PCR detection systems, and DNA sequencers

(4) White-well option for increased fluorescent signal strength

(5) Color-coded skirt options with clear and white wells

(6) Warp-free skirt and deck for improved robotic handling

(7) Footprint and well spacing match ANSI/SBS standard dimensions

(8) Low-cost, user-readable bar code option for convenient database tracking

(9) Process sampling and testing ensure plates are free of DNase, RNase, and human DNA. * Hard-Shell plates are covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents or their foreign counterparts owned by Eppendorf AG: U.S. Patent Numbers 7,347,977; 6,340,589; and 6,528,302

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Repair or replace?

From a conventional viewpoint, the decision as to whether to repair or replace an item of equipment could be viewed as a simple cost/benefit equation. At Labcare Service we recognise that other factors come in to play, not least that ‘repair’ and ‘replacement’ often relate to two separate budgets. Contact us if you would like practical, honest guidance on the implications of repair versus replacement of a machine or piece of equipment in your laboratory. We’ll be able to tell you whether a newer, better machine is about to be launched, for example, or if ‘trade-in’ values are a consideration, or whether the breakage is linked to a known design fault, and therefore more likely to reoccur. We both sell and repair equipment, so we’ve no reason to promote one solution over another. Call us on 01376 332909 for a no-obligation chat.