Medical- and laboratory technology - Microtiter plates made from borosilicate glass

Have you ever drilled holes in glass? It’s like nailing pudding to the wall …

Glass is resistant against almost all media. It can be cleaned or sterilized with solvents without any problems. As a result, it is ideally suited for applications in laboratories, in medicine or in the pharmaceutical industry.

Microtiter plates for example have up to 3,456 wells (cavities) isolated from one another and organized in rows and columns. Depending on the application either with F-floor (flat floor), C-floor (flat floor with minimally rounded corners), V-floor (conically oncoming floor) and U-floor (U-shaped recess). Simply drilling a hole in glass … No way!