When it comes to preparing samples for analysis, what pipette tips do 10-100-ul pipettes take? This question has been a source of confusion in the past, and it's time to change that. There are a number of different types of 10-100 uL pipes and tips, and it's important to choose one that suits your needs. Below are some of the most common types of tips to use for your experiments.
Capillary Piston Tips: These pipette tips are designed for the Gilson MICROMAN(tm) positive displacement pipette. They're best for hard-to-pipette samples, such as protein or tissue samples. The Gilson pipette tips Tips feature an integral filter, making them ideal for use in biomedical research. These specilized tips are similar to a syringe, but they are designed to prevent contamination of the sample, the pipette, and the user. They're ideal for use with difficult-to-pipette samples. They are made to fit the tips snugly without any leakage or contamination of the tip. Because they're shaped like a syringe, these tips are designed to protect the pipette, the sample, and the user from contamination.
Capillary Piston Tips are designed for difficult-to-pipette samples, Capillary Piston Tips are an excellent option. They're designed to protect the sample, the user, and the pipette from contamination. They're compatible with all Thermo Scientific PIPEX® P1000 and PIPEX® models, but be sure to check the manufacturer's guidelines before purchasing a new tip.
CAPP pipette tips are designed to eject tips without separating them. They're perfect for hard-to-pipete samples. These tips are designed to protect the user and the sample from contaminants. They're also ideal for difficult-to-pipette samples. They're made with double O-rings and anodized aluminum tip cones.
Capillary Piston Tips are ideal for pipetting samples that are difficult to pipette. They protect the user from contamination and pipette. These tips have a longer tube than standard-length tip, making them more convenient. They are made with stainless steel and are CE-marked to comply with IVD requirements. There are also several different types of tip for ten- and hundred-ulpipettes.
Finnpipette F2: This is an excellent choice for researchers who need the convenience and accuracy of a multichannel pipette. It features a durable design and autoclavable, non-disassembled parts for easier cleaning. Its flexible tips are a good choice for those who want a flexible pipette and a multichannel design.
ONE Series: The ONE Series multichannel pipette combines years of innovation and ergonomics with ergonomics. Thermo Scientific's adjustable-volume micropipettes are one of the most ergonomically-designed products on the market today. Their lightweight design and low-retention tip ensure minimal tip ejection and minimized fatigue. They also have an autoclavable, self-calibrating design for easy cleanup.