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New Eppendorf Cell Culture Consumables

Published: Friday, August 01, 2014
Last Updated: Friday, August 01, 2014
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Product, performance and packaging: Eppendorf consumables deliver quality in all.

The new Eppendorf Cell Culture Consumables offer a new dimension of safe, reproducible and reliable cell culture work. Scientists and technical personnel in the field of cell culture have a strong need for easy, safe and reliable products with improved handling that help prevent contamination.

The latest products from Eppendorf deliver exceptional levels of product purity and security, as well as improved, ergonomic and safe handling of cell cultures and advanced protection against contamination. The new, easy resealable packaging concept complements the products’ unique features and performance.

Eppendorf Cell Culture Consumables are made from ultraclear virgin polystyrene, which complies with USP class VI for highest purity. Cell Culture Consumables have an ISO class /GMP class C clean room production standard and a sterility assurance level (SAL) of 10-6 as well as batch specific 3rd party quality testing ensuring exceptional product and sample safety.

Innovative technologies in Eppendorf Cell Culture Consumables deliver ultimate ease of use. New high efficiency air filter technology in Eppendorf flasks provides improved contamination protection, while ConvexAccess™ neck geometry allows more ergonomic handling and facilitated entry into flasks.

Meanwhile, a corrugated handling ring and new SplashProtect™ ring in dishes deliver safe, confident handling and better protection against contamination. Finally, Eppendorf’s new chimney well design in plates minimizes the “edge effect” and leads to more reproducible assay results.

Many cell culture applications require the constant use of a sterile safety cabinet, which often has a limited amount of space available.

Eppendorf’s new packaging concept addresses this limitation through easy opening, truly resealable and shrinkable design, allowing safe storage and requiring less space, while an innovative tray allows easy removal of the products from the box and safe workflows.

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