Enhanced Chemical Resistance from Multichannel Reagent Reservoirs

INTEGRA reagent reservoirs have provided a convenient solution for the interim storage of non-solvent based liquids during any pipetting application for a long time. This popular product range has been expanded and now includes polypropylene reservoirs. These reservoirs have improved chemical compatibility and perfectly complement the existing polystyrene reservoirs.

Polypropylene Multichannel Reagent Reservoirs

These are available in 10, 25 and 100 ml sizes, all of which offer the advantages of their polystyrene counterparts. The reservoir is disposable and fits within a sturdy, reusable base. The integrated volume graduations are clearly visible and facilitate filling that is both rapid and accurate.

The deep trough has a low dead volume and offers maximum fluid recovery because of the pour-back spouts which are molded into the corners of each reagent reservoir. This enables convenient and spill-free return of reagent that has not been used back to the source container.

The reservoirs also double as lids – preventing spillage and evaporation. The design is stackable which saves space and reduces storage requirements. These reservoirs create less material waste than other commercially available regular polypropylene reservoirs.


INTEGRA provides innovative solutions for Liquid Handling and Media Preparation applications which serve the needs of their customers in research, diagnostics and quality control laboratories.

Their instruments and plastic consumables are developed and manufactured in Zizers, Switzerland and Hudson, NH USA. In order to remain close to their customers, they maintain a direct sales and support organization in North America, the UK, France and Germany, as well as a network of over 100 highly trained distribution partners worldwide.

In recent years they have focused on developing a new and technologically advanced range of handheld electronic pipettes which are simple to use and meet the ergonomic needs of their customers.

Today they are proud to offer the widest range of electronic pipettes in the market spanning a range from single channel pipettes up to 384 channel bench-top instruments.

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Last updated: Oct 28, 2019 at 5:45 AM


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