96 Well, 2ml
The main application of filtration plates in scientific research is the removal of particulate matter and debris from liquids. Once the two have been separated using a filter plate, assays can then examine either the filtrate or the particular matter itself, depending on the aim of the study.
Different types of filter plates are available based on the desired filtration applications - filter plates can be optimised for a range of applications, including cell harvesting, DNA separations, binding studies, plasmid isolation, general filtration and sample clean-up.
Depending on their designated applications, filtration plate types include 48-, 96- and 384-well microplates in a choice of glass fibre, nylon, PVDF or polyethylene filtration materials and well volumes ranging from 350 μl to 5 ml.