Eppendorf epT.I.P.S. 384 Reloads, Eppendorf Quality,
epT.I.P.S. 384 micropipette tips with innovative SOFTattach technology are optimally coordinated to Eppendorf 16 and 24-channel pipettes Research plus and Xplorer plus. Process 384-well plates manually with highest level of tip tightness and coaxiality but extraordinary low operating forces.
Manufacturer: Eppendorf 0030076044
- Designed for a cone distance of 4.5 mm
- epT.I.P.S. 384 pipette tips build a system together with the Research plus and Xplorer plus 16 and 24-channel pipettes for utmost safety and reliability
- Innovative SOFTattach technology allows for reliable tip fit and tightness
- Fill a whole 384-well plate without loosening pipette tips
- Perfect tip alignment by extraordinary coaxiality for safe plate maneuvering and liquid transfer
- The tip shape of the epT.I.P.S. 384 is adjusted to perfectly fit the wells of 384-well plates
- Tip attachment forces reduced by 40 % per cone compared to 8 and 12-channel pipettes
- Tip ejection forces reduced by SOFTattach for ergonomic working conditions
|epT.I.P.S.™ 384 Reloads|
|Biopur™, Eppendorf Quality™, PCR clean, Sterile|
|20 μL to 0.1 μL|
|10 trays × 384 tips|
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