FlowerPlate

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The patented FlowerPlate is optimized for orbital shakers with a three mm orbit.

Versions

The plates for online cultivations have a clear bottom and are available without optodes, with pH or DO optodes, or with both pH and DO optodes. The plates for offline cultivation are non-transparent. 

FlowerPlate

Product number for 48 flower shaped well MTP with selected optode/well

  • MTP-48-BOH 1 — with pH and DO + biomass, fluorescences  //  HP8/Pst3
  • MTP-48-BOH 2 — with pH and DO + biomass, fluorescences  //  LG1/RF
  • MTP-48-BOH 3 — with pH and DO + biomass, fluorescences  //  pH51/RF 
    (low pH 4-6)
  • MTP-48-BO 1/2 — with DO + biomass, fluorescences  //  Pst3 or RF
  • MTP-48-BH 1/2/3 — with pH + biomass, fluorescences  //  HP8 or LG1 or pH51 
    (low pH 4-6)
  • MTP-48-B — without optodes + biomass, fluorescences
  • MTP-48-OFF — for offline cultivation only, with non-transparent bottom; no optical measurements are possible

Compatible with BioLector I, BioLector II and BioLector Pro
MTP-48-BOH 1  //  MTP-48-BO 1  //  MTP-48-BH 1  //  MTP-48-B  

Compatible with BioLector II and BioLector Pro
all available MTPs

 

Performance

  • High mass transfer OTR > 0.11 mol/L/h (kLa > 600 h-1)
  • Multiparameter reading possible in 48 parallel bioreactors
  • Wide volume range (800 - 1900 μL)
  • Scalability to production fermenters
  • No optical cross talk
  • Effective mixing

 

Microfluidic FlowerPlate

Product number for 48 flower shaped well MTP with 16 reservoir wells, 32 cultivation wells (optode/well) — compatible with BioLector Pro

  • MTP-MF32-BOH 1 — with pH and DO + biomass, fluorescences  //  HP8/Pst3
  • MTP-MF32-BOH 2 — with pH and DO + biomass, fluorescences  //  LG1/RF
  • MTP-MF32-BOH 3 — with pH and DO + biomass, fluorescences  //  pH51/RF 
    (low pH 4-6)

Performance

  • High mass transfer OTR > 0.11 mol/L/h (kLa > 600 h-1)
  • Multiparameter reading possible in 32 parallel bioreactors
  • Wide volume range (800 - 1900 μL)
  • Pump stroke volume: ca. 120 nL (H2O, depending on media)
  • Maximum pump rate per well: ca. 80 µL/h (665 pump strokes per hour)