If you’re looking to reap the benefits of multichannel pipettes, including minimizing the amount of time spent on pipetting and increasing your laboratory results, get started with one of our basic multichannel pipettes offered at Pipette.com. As seen in our 2016 guide, we offer numerous options that are ideal for PCR and ELISA procedures. In the following article, we’re going to compare three basic pipettes for you: The Evolution Multichannel Pipette, AccuPet Pro Advanced Digital Multichannel Pipette and BioPette™ Plus Autoclavable Multichannel Pipette.
For those looking for a bit more than what is offered at the basic level but not ready to invest in anything higher, our standard multichannel pipettes are a great choice. At Pipette.com, our team explores numerous options in our 2016 guide and in the following article we compare three of the stand-outs – the Sartorius Biohit Proline Plus Multichannel Pipette, Transferpette S Multichannel Pipette, and Nichiryo EX II Multichannel Pipette.
Long-term, labor-intensive experiments are a huge commitment – both financially and physically – meaning they’re not the kind of projects that you want to undercut with shoddy equipment. For this kind of research, investing in a premium multichannel pipette is highly recommended, as the products that we offer in this category are all cream of the crop. Below we examine three products from this category – the CappAero 384 Pipette, mLine Advanced Multichannel Pipette and Eppendorf Research Plus Multichannel – all of which are included in our 2016 guide.
When working with lab equipment it is crucial to know you can rely on your machine to function without tweaks or hiccups. This is one of the reasons that the Vortex-Genie can still be found in many laboratories throughout North America. The durability of the Vortex-Genie is proven by the fact that the 1980’s private Label VWR and Fisher brands still exist in the labs today.
It’s one of the most frustrating problems in the lab. You’ve been pipetting out of a conical tube and just as your about to finish, you realize you can’t reach the last bit of solution. Depending on the type of solution, your options are now limited. Transferring the solution to another container would increase the risk of contamination, but without the rest of the solution your experiment is ruined. To solve this problem its best to look at the tools directly involved, the conical tube and your pipette tips.
Although the term “pipette” may seem foreign to non-scientists, pipettes are an essential tool for many laboratory research projects. That is why at Pipette.com, we offer a wide range of pipetting products, from electronic pipettes to standard mechanical pipettes, ensuring that you will boost your productivity exponentially.
Recent advancements in laboratory technology have led to the creation of the electronic pipette, which is designed to eliminate the flaws of standard pipettes. Most of these models place a strong emphasis on ergonomics and ease of use by allowing less force to be used when pipetting. While increasing the precession and accuracy known from a mechanical, thumb-operated pipette. Of course, there are many different models on the market and our experts at Pipette.com have listed some of the factors that you should consider before choosing one.
Serological pipettes are temperature calibrated laboratory tools that are the ideal choice for laboratories that need to transfer large amounts of liquid (1 mL to 50 mL). A Serological pipette is designed in a variety of different forms, including plastic, sterile, reusable, and glass, providing a wide selection for your laboratory needs.