flex solution

BIOFLOAT™ FLEX coating solution [F202005]

Self-coating solution for plastic and glass consumables. The BIOFLOAT™ FLEX coating solution guarantees the creation of surfaces without unspecific protein or cell binding.

Product Characteristcs

Description: aqueous solution polymer containing 20% ethanol
Color: clear
Volume: 60 ml
Storing temperature: 15 – 25 °C 

The BIOFLOAT™ Flex Coating Solution outperforms existing products by its anti-adhesive properties:

1. Easy and fast procedure – Coating of your surface of interest only requires few steps and is extremely fast.

2. Flexibility – BIOFLOAT FLEX coating solution can be used to coat plastic and glass surfaces. Moreover, it is compatible with any formats of labware such as flasks, petri dishes, plates, reactors, chips any many more.

3. Robustness – The coating is extremely scratch resistant.

4. Xeno-free and chemically defined – The solution does not contain any components of animal origin and is fully synthetic and chemically defined.

5. Wide range of applications – BIOFLOAT FLEX coating is not only efficacious to prevent cell attachment, but it also renders surfaces highly protein repellent. It is therefore extremely useful in drug screenings in which hydrophobic compounds are tested.

Descriptionaqueous solution polymer containing 20% ethanol
Volume60 ml
Storing temperature15 – 25 °C

Why choose BIOFLOAT™ Flex Coating Solution

  • Easy and fast procedure
  • Flexibility
  • Robustness
  • Xeno-free and Chemically defined
  • Wide range of applications

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Raw Material Processing

The product does not use any raw materials of animal or biological origin and therefore does not have TSE/BSE.

The polymer raw materials used for coating plates were positively evaluated for quality consistency using GPC, GC-MS, and NMR spectroscopy.

The sterile, non-pyrogenic/endotoxin-free, non-cytotoxic, DNase-/RNase-/DNA-free multi-well plates were coated using pipetting robots. Coated plates were sterilized by electron beam irradiation according to DIN EN ISO 11137