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Biowake Offer up to 60% on Top Brand 384 Robotic Tips – Guaranteed!

Published: Friday, November 23, 2012
Last Updated: Friday, November 23, 2012
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Biowake BV, the High 5! company, offer savings of up to 60% on top brand compatible 384 robotic tips at the lowest prices - guaranteed.

‘We offer a full range of 384 robotic tips which are 100% compatible with major automation platforms such as the Agilent/Velocity 11, Beckman and Perkin Elmer’ explained CEO of Biowake, Erdal Demir. Our complete listing of robotic tips can be found on our website http://biowake.com/liquid-handling/robotic-tips/.’

‘All tips are DNase & RNase, endotoxin and pyrogen free. They carry Biowake’s unique High 5! Guarantee of High Quality, High Performance, High Purity, High Service at Highly Competitive prices! We typically offer savings of between 40-60% compared to other suppliers. The impact of this can be significant, especially at a time when our customers are under pressure to cut costs at any and every opportunity’.

In addition, the tips go through a rigorous quality control process where several stringent tests must be passed before being released for sale. In this way we guarantee reliability for use with all robotic platforms.

For more information or to request a sample, please contact info@biowake.com quoting ‘384 robotic tips’.

Biowake supply an extensive range of high quality, high purity consumables including manual pipette tips as well as robotic tips compatible with all popular brands of automation equipment.

To complement their consumables range, Biowake also offers manual and automated pipettes and liquid handlers, sample storage tools and traceability products. To find out more, visit www.biowake.com.


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