Bagged Extended Long 10uL Filter Pipette Tips
The advantages of Bagged Extended Long 10uL Filter Pipette Tips:
1. Filter tips are manufactured in a class 100,000 clean spacehydrophobic and ideal for safe laboratory pipetting.
2. Zero interference: Pure and free of additives.
3. Clean manufacturing and packaging processes .
The filters for the suction tip cartridges are machine loaded to ensure complete freedom from contamination during manufacture and packaging. They are certified free from RNase, DNase, DNA and pyrogenic contamination. In addition, all filters are pre-sterilised by radiation after packaging for enhanced protection of biological samples.
When to use the suction head cartridge.
|Name||Bagged Extended Long 10uL Filter Pipette Tips|
|Application||Nucleic acid amplification experiments, radioactive or isotopically labelled samples, volatile or corrosive samples, critical assay samples|
|Specification||1000 Pieces/Pack, 20 Packs/Case|
|Volume||10μL, 20μl, 50μl,100 μl, 200μl, 250μl, 500μl,1000μl, fit for various type of pipettes, and pls contact us for specification matching|
|Specification||Sterile/not, Filtered/not, Low Retention/not, RNase-free, DNase-free, Human DNA free.|
|Lead time||According to the order quantity, the lead time is about 1-7 days.|
|Shipping||DHL, UPS, TNT, FEDEX, Air/Sea Freight|
|Payment||Paypal, T/T, L/C, Western Union, etc.|
Filter pipette tips must be used in all molecular biology applications that are sensitive to contamination. Filter tip cartridges help to reduce the possibility of fume formation and prevent aerosol contamination, which in turn serves to protect pipette shafts from cross-contamination. In addition, the filter barrier prevents the sample from being carried away from the pipette, thus preventing PCR contamination.
Notes on pipette tip installation:
With most brands of pipettes, especially multichannel pipettes, fitting the tips is not an easy task: in order to achieve a good seal, the pipette sleeve handle needs to be inserted into the tip and then tightened by turning it left and right or rocking it back and forth with force. Some people also use the pipette to tighten the tips by repeatedly hitting them, but this can lead to deformation of the tips and affect accuracy, or in severe cases damage the pipette, so it should be avoided.