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Behind the Scenes with Eppendorf

Published: Monday, October 29, 2012
Last Updated: Monday, October 29, 2012
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New video provides unique insight into manufacturing and production of consumables.

Eppendorf is providing an exclusive behind the scenes video look at the production of consumables and providing insight into the company’s exceptional quality control throughout the whole manufacturing process. The new video, available on the company’s website, demonstrates Eppendorf’s commitment to delivering consistently high quality and reliable consumables for the laboratory. Take a tour at www.eppendorf.com/consumablesmovie or eppendorf.com/youtubeconsumables.

EppendorfConsMovie_introima.gifDr. Sirkka Scheeff, Product Manager Consumables at Eppendorf, said, “As a consumables manufacturer we provide a high level of transparency into the production process. It clearly shows how we understand every stage, taking the utmost care in ensuring that only the highest quality products are manufactured.

As a result of our stringent quality control procedures, our consumables are reliable and robust, reducing the risk of experiment failure, scrappage and lost time”.

Eppendorf’s knowledge and decades of experience are apparent through every step of the process, from selecting the highest quality raw materials to testing the final product. A prime example is shown in scenes of the complex fully automated production process undertaken in Class 6 cleanroom conditions and the continuous strict internal and external procedures that ensure  absolute precision product quality.


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