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Clickbio's VBLOK200 is designed as a low dead volume reagent reservoir for 8-channel pipetting and a centrifuge collection vessel for recovering liquid from multiwell plates.
Sample Pooling and Recovery
The VBLOK200 was originally designed to recover or pool liquids in a multi-well plate. Just invert the plate into the VBLOK and spin in a centrifuge to collect all residual liquid in a 24, 96, 384, or 1536-well plate. This reduces tip costs, saves pipetting time, and improves recovery compared to manual or automated pipetting from each well.
With a dead volume of <1 mL, the VBLOK is also an ideal reservoir for automation workflows where reagent waste reduction is paramount.
Popular applications include:
Low Volume Reagent Reservoir
Beyond its initial purpose the VBLOK is widely used as a reagent reservoir. The unique design funnels all liquid to the center where it is accessible for pipetting with an 8-channel pipette. The high-polish inner surface of the VBLOK ensures all liquid pools in the V-bottom channel.
200 mL working volume (280 mL max volume)
< 1 mL
129.76 mm x 87.48 mm x 38.10 mm
Standard ANSI/SLAS (127.76mm x 85.48mm)
35 g per plate
Medical Grade Polypropylene
V-bottom designed for 8-channel pipetting
Standard and deep well plates (24, 96, 384, and 1536 well)
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RNase, DNase and Pyrogen free, Optional E-Beam Sterilization
Quantity Per Case
24 individually wrapped
These additional accessories expand the utility of the VBLOK200 and are designed to integrate seamlessly into the deck of your existing automated liquid handler.
Looking to add additional reagent capacity to the deck of your liquid handler? Don’t want to go through the hassle of integration and reprogramming? Need a sterile fluid path and recirculation? The Fill Station has it all!
The Bottomless Waste Station
Does your application generate large volumes of waste reagents? Add a vacuum trap and securely store the excess waste off deck.
Add temperature control and shaking to your reagent reservoir. Compatible with popular on deck heating, cooling, and shaking devices.
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