how to sterilize your deep well plates in Lab?

Are you using deep well plates in your lab and struggling with how to sterilize them properly? Don’t hesitate any longer, Suzhou Ace Biomedical Technology Co., Ltd. has a solution for you.

One of their highly sought after products is the SBS Standard Deep Well Plate, which complies with the requirements of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) SBS 1-2004. Made of high-quality imported polypropylene (PP) material, these plates have excellent stability and ensure no chemical reaction with test reagents. Deep well plates are also compatible with dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) and completely inert to water, making them a versatile choice for a range of laboratory applications.

But how to ensure proper sterilization of deep well plates? This is critical in any laboratory to ensure the accuracy and reliability of results. Suzhou Ace Biomedical Technology Co., Ltd. provides three kinds of plate sealing methods, which also ensure the sterility of the plate: glue seal, pad cover and heat seal. Depending on the application of the deep well plate, one of these options can be used to effectively seal the plate and prevent contamination.

Next, it is important to consider the actual sterilization process. There are various methods available, but the easiest and most effective option is to use autoclaving. Autoclaving or steam sterilization is the process of treating deep well plates with high pressure steam, which eliminates all microorganisms on the surface and inside of the plates. This method is highly recommended by Suzhou Ace Biomedical Technology Co., Ltd., and it is the most reliable and widely used sterilization method in the laboratory.

It is important to follow standard protocols for autoclaving procedures. First, make sure the deep well plate is properly laid out to maximize exposure to steam. Next, add sufficient water to the autoclave chamber and insert the deep well plate. The dish should be placed on its side, top down. When finished, turn off the autoclave and select the appropriate sterilization cycle. Sterilization time and temperature will depend on the specific autoclave used, but in general, a temperature of around 121°C and a time of 15-20 minutes is sufficient for deep well plates.

After the autoclaving process, ensure that the deep well plates are properly cooled before use. This is to prevent any damage to the board and to avoid injury to personnel. After the plates have cooled, confirm that they are sterile before performing any experiments.

In conclusion, proper sterilization of deep well plates is critical to ensuring accurate and reliable laboratory results. Suzhou Ace Biomedical Technology Co., Ltd offers a range of plate sealing options, as well as high quality SBS standard deep well plates that are DMSO compatible and inert to water. Autoclaving is the recommended method of sterilization and following standard protocols will ensure the best results. Therefore, be sure to choose Suzhou Ace Biomedical Technology Co., Ltd. to meet all your needs for deep well plates and maintain a sterile environment in your laboratory.


Post time: May-03-2023