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New Series of Eppendorf Serological Pipets

Published: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Last Updated: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
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Provide optimal levels of quality for cell culture.

Eppendorf has introduced a new series of Eppendorf Serological Pipets for cell culture applications. With clear material and sharp graduation for easy read-out, the new Eppendorf Serological Pipets work in complete harmony with our pipet controller the Eppendorf Easypet® 3.

As both the pipets and the Easypet® 3 are designed to work together, there is no risk of dripping or compromise in performance, allowing researchers to carry out their liquid handling with complete confidence.

In accordance with Eppendorf’s exceptional quality standards, the new Eppendorf Serological Pipets are made from ultra-clear virgin polystyrene, complying with USP class VI plastic tests.

Each pipet has a sterility assurance level 10-6. This level of safety is also ensured by the protective outer packaging, which becomes a highly convenient dispenser for the individually wrapped pipets.

In cell culture applications where accuracy and sample integrity are of the utmost importance, quality and sterility of the equipment used are critical factors.

Offering a total solution for cell culture applications, Eppendorf products deliver the quality and reliability essential when carrying out such delicate procedures.


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