PurePLATE MCS is the only product specifically designed, precision-engineered, and proven to perform the deep cleaning required to prepare a microplate for reuse.  Cleans any ANSI standard, solid body microplate 44 mm or thinner.

The technology used by the MCS allows for the extended reuse of microplates, some hundreds of times. It is an ideal component to closed-loop automation and for demanding applications requiring undetectable carryover.

Typical Use

The PurePLATE MCS consists of three main components: the Rinse Module, Plasma Module, and Communications Module.
The Rinse Module is the first step in the cleaning process;it receives a dirty microplate, dispenses a microliter amount of high concentration of alcohol into each well, spins it out, rinses the plate high-pressure alcohol/water mixture, then centrifuges the plate dry.
The Plasma Module receives recently rinsed and dried microplates, which it then generates and blows ionized air(plasma) onto to break apart and evaporate organic molecules.
Finally, the Communication Module acts as an operator’s interface and allows robotic automation through the integrated API.


Effective.  PurePlate MCS uses a combination of liquid wash and cold-plasma exposure to clean used assay plates.
Versatile.  Any microplate with a standard SBS footprint up to 44 mm can be cleaned.
Sustainable.  Net environmental impact creates a greener footprint for laboratories.
Fast.  PurePlate MCS can clean 50-55 plates / hour.
Smart.  Components are modular smart devices (IoT)loaded with sensors and networked to the MCS Communication Module.
Adaptable.  Software is very intuitive and customizes the MCS to your cleaning requirements.
Integrated.  API commands are standard.
Ready.  Power up, prime, and select the method – the MCS is operational in less than 5 minutes.
Easy.  Designed to be user maintained. A majority of maintenance or repair issues can be supported remotely by IonField in under 30 min.
Timely.  A totally reliable upcycling approach to reduce laboratory hazardous plastic waste.

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