epT.I.P.S. pipette tips work in perfect harmony with your Eppendorf pipettes! The ergonomically designed cone geometry allows for complete sealing as well as minimal attachment and ejection forces. These pipette tips meet EN ISO 8655 requirements and can also be used with pipettes from other manufacturers. Eppendorf™ epT.I.P.S.™ Pipette Tips feature packaging that is color coded and corresponds to the color of the control button of the respective Eppendorf pipette. Eppendorf pipette tips with ideal wetting properties and optimum transparency are manufactured exclusively from high-purity plastic materials.
Eppendorf Combitips are revolutionizing the laboratory work space in conjunction with the Repeater pipettes. Designed to operate through positive displacement pipetting, the Eppendorf Combitip will dispense and aspirate the correct amount each and every time. All Eppendorf tips feature a "ring" of drop-shaped relief elements on the edge of the tip crown. Each tip also has the "Eppendorf" name embossed on the edge. Extended length for reliable sampling: epT.I.P.S. L pipette tips. Eppendorf Sustainability for pipette tips & boxes Liquid-based samples need to be transferred by pipettes. For accurate and clean sample transfer, single-use tips made of polymers are used. For the last decades, these polymer-based consumables are indespensable in molecular labs.
epT.I.P.S. pipette tips work in perfect harmony with your Eppendorf pipettes! The ergonomically designed cone geometry allows for complete sealing as well as minimal attachment and ejection forces. These pipette tips meet EN ISO 8655 requirements and can also be used with pipettes from other manufacturers. The Eppendorf Research ® plus mechanical pipettes are available as 1-, 8-, 12-, 16-, 24-channel and adjustable tip spacing variant Move It ®. Eppendorf Research ® plus single- and multi-channel mechanical pipettes. The Eppendorf Research ® plus was the first pipette to receive the "My Green Lab" ACT label.
We at Eppendorf have taken on this challenge by following the "Reduce & Reuse"-principle whenever and wherever possible. We have already achieved this goal with our new packaging formats for our single-use racks and our reusable boxes. More and more customers employ the reusable box and refill epT.I.P.S. Eppendorf™ epTIPS in Racks Maximum biological purity to satisfy the most stringent demands in medicine, the pharmaceutical and food industries, molecular biology and cell technology. Use these pipette tips for reduced-force tip attachment and ejection with complete sealing. Eppendorf™ epTIPS™ Racks Biopur Pipette Tips are ideal for use in medical, pharmaceutical and food industry, molecular biology and cell technology.
Pipet Tips (7735G37) For use with MLA Macro pipets Non-wetting polypropylene, graduated from 1 to 5 mL in 0.1-mL intervals Length 148 mm, tapering from 10.5 mm o.d. at top of graduations to 4.5 mm o.d. at delivery tip. The 10 µL, 300 µL and 1000 µL tips are extended length and allow for improved access into micro (1.5 mL) and standard conical bottom (15/50 mL) centrifuge tubes. Robust 96-tip racks are designed for repeated steam autoclave cycles and can be reused by removing the empty grey. 1000-10,000uL (1-10mL) pipette tips are designed for use with Finnpipette®, Brand®, Gilson®, Socorex® and Labsystem® pipettors. They are available in bulk packs of 100 or racked (25/rack, 4 racks/box).
A pipette (sometimes spelled pipet) is a laboratory tool commonly used in chemistry, biology and medicine to transport a measured volume of liquid, often as a media dispenser.
A burette is a graduated glass tube with a tap at one end, for delivering known volumes of a liquid, especially in titrations. On the other hand, a pipette is a laboratory tool commonly used in chemistry, biology, and medicine to transport a measured volume of liquid, often as a media dispenser.
It's common to use measuring cylinders for handling potentially harmful substances, but there are advantages to using a pipette instead. Unlike a measuring cylinder, a pipette will be more accurate with all of the sample, accounting for every drop of the substance being held within the tool.
In the RBC pipette there will be a red bead present inside the bulb of the pipette and in the WBC pipette there will be a white bead inside the bulb of the pipette. The size of the bulb is larger in RBC pipette when compared to the size of WBC pipette.
Once the resin has cured and dried, the only way to break it down is to let it soak in acetone or rubbing alcohol. TIP: You can also apply the rubbing alcohol using a spray bottle - easy! Now, with gloves on, wipe the mixing container clean. Spray again, as necessary, until you feel all the resin has been removed.
The capacity scale is usually required to have no less than 90 mm worth of markings, the exception being that 0.5 ml pipettes have not less than 80 mm. Volumetric pipettes are used to transfer an exact amount of liquid with high accuracy. Their error margin at 20 degrees Celsius is about +/- 0.02 mL.