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Combitips - How Do They Work?

Combitips are advanced Standard Pipetter Tips developed by Eppendorf for use in modern laboratories. Available in three purity grades, these tips are optimized for use in a wide variety of applications. Read on to learn more about combitips and how they work. And don't forget to check out our reviews and ratings. We hope this information has been helpful. And don't forget to let us know how they worked for you in the comments!

Combitips advanced are designed to meet the needs of modern laboratories. Using the positive displacement principle, they dispense the correct volume, regardless of density or viscosity. Unlike other pipetting systems, they don't produce aerosols, enabling safer dispensing of radioactive and toxic solutions. They are also easy to replace and always free of contamination. The advanced Combitips also feature ergonomic features and a color-coded graduation system.

The advanced Combitips pipettes have a hermetically sealed piston and elongated tips, which are designed for accurate dispensing of problematic liquids. They don't use slip agents, and feature haptic feedback to ensure maximum accuracy. The pipettes are also available in a new concept of packaging, which features colour coding to aid identification. They also feature an ergonomic handle and can be used with gloves. And if you are working with a complex solution, a ViscoTip is the perfect choice for you.

Multipette pipettes are compatible with the advanced Combitips. These advanced tips offer an increased range of dispensing volumes and increments as low as 100 nanoliters. Their funnel shape also makes them comfortable to use and avoids damage to gloves. The advanced tips are available in different purity grades. You can even order them according to your preference. So, if you're looking for a better multipette tip, the Combitips advanced is the right choice for you!

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Gel Loading Tips in Bulk

In labs with limited budgets, bulk tips are a better solution. However, if you do a lot of gel loading, stacked sterile tips will save you time and money. The time and effort of lab technicians and scientists is valuable, and re-racking and refilling tip boxes will take up valuable laboratory time. Therefore, if you need to purchase gel loading tips in bulk, make sure to select sterile ones.

These pipette tips are designed to fit most major pipette brands. They are the perfect choice for accurate sample loading during gel electrophoresis. Developed in state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, EXPERT gel loading tips feature round or flat tips and are available in sterilized and non-sterile options. They come in a color-coded package and are made in a sterile Clean Room Environment. They are certified free of detectable human DNA and PCR inhibitors.

Polypropylene tips with thick capillary sections provide easy access into electrophoresis gels. These tips are made by Corning. Their capillary end allows for accurate filling between the comb teeth of the gel plates. Unlike sterile tips, these gel loading pipette tips are non-pyrogenic and RNase-free. The resulting samples are a high-quality representation of your work, and you can be confident that your results will be as well.

Eppendorf Pipette Tips

Eppendorf pipette tips are made of durable, soft, and flexible materials that are perfect for all types of pipettes. They reduce force and ensure a perfect seal on the pipette. There are different sizes of Eppendorf pipette tips, ensuring that you can easily find the right one for your particular needs. Here are a few tips to help you make the most of your pipette:

One of the most important things to consider when choosing the right pipette tip is how much liquid you plan to use. Eppendorf Low Retention pipette tips are ideal for sensitive samples because they prevent liquid from sticking to the wall of the pipette. This ensures that you don't waste expensive samples. Ordinary pipette tips often throw away small amounts of expensive samples. These tips are a must-have for PCR, protein isolation, and pipetting DNA ladders during gel electrophoresis. There is a frequently asked question: why would you need a clean pipette tip in gel electrophoresis? Keeping the tip clean is essential for ensuring that the sample is safe and sterile. A dirty tip will cause the results to be inaccurate, causing your work to be in vain.

Eppendorf epTIPS Standard pipette tips are made from high-quality plastic. Designed to prevent contamination, these tips ensure reliable volume readings. They also guarantee minimal adhesion, allowing you to accurately measure the volume of any liquid. These tips are especially useful for liquid samples that are viscous and require high precision. This makes them an excellent choice for biomedical research.

The Eppendorf Dual Filter tip is ideal for removing aerosols, and they are made of two-phase filtration materials. They have multiple pore sizes and fit on top of the cone tip. They also help prevent cross-contamination. They are compatible with eppendorf pipettors and have passed stringent testing for RNase contamination. If you're using them to handle RNA, you should consider purchasing barrier tips. These tips are perfect for those working with toxic chemicals and radioisotopes.

Eppendorf offers a range of volume-specific tips for various types of pipettors, including the classic 101-1000uL tip. The tips are packaged in convenient autoclavable racks. They are designed to match pipette manufacturer specifications, and are made of virgin polypropylene for high accuracy and reproducibility. You can even order matching racks of bulkware tips separately. If you're a biochemist or bioengineer, you'll be glad to know that Eppendorf has an extensive line of quality pipette tips to fit the exact needs of your research.

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