Denville pipette tips are made of high-molecular-mass polypropylene. The inner wall of the tips is smooth and silicified. The tips are sealed and are applied to multi-channel pipettes. They are designed to prevent contamination of the sample and are ideal for cell culture applications. For more safety, you should sterilize the pipettes after each use. To avoid the risk of contamination, you should discard the tips properly after using them.
When choosing denville pipette tips, make sure that you go for the ones that fit your instrument. Although some of these tips are more expensive, it will save you a lot of time and money in the long run. A wrongly fitted tip may compromise the accuracy of your results and can cause health issues. You should also avoid buying cheap tips, which may not fit properly in your pipettes. Before you buy a new tip, it is a good idea to perform gravimetric tests to ensure its performance.
Denville pipette tips come in two types: sterile and non-sterile. Non-sterile pipette tips have a partial vacuum. The sterile version is designed to draw specific volumes, while the non-sterile one is designed for general purposes. The non-sterile version allows you to draw samples in different liquid volumes. For contaminated samples, filtered tips are the best choice.
Sciclone makes a wide range of different pipette tips, including the 200ul Rack Tips. These tips have a volume of 200 uL and come in 96-well racked format. They're a great choice if you're trying to save space, but don't want to compromise on precision. These tips are diHEMDA and oleamide-free and are easy to eject. You can also count on the tips' graduated graduations to accurately measure the volume of the sample you're working with.
United micropipette tips are available in racks of 96 in natural colors, with 10 racks per case. They're made of virgin polypropylene, are DNase/RNase-free, and pyrogen free. They feature a smooth surface and low liquid retention. They're also hygienic, featuring inner radial rings to provide an airtight grip on the tip cone. United micropipette tips are compatible with most pipettors.
A growing company in Richmond, Virginia has come up with an innovative way to clean pipette tips without having to spend money on new ones. Pipette tips are one of the most commonly used plastic products in laboratories. To counteract the trend towards single use products, Grenova has developed high quality waste reduction technology that enables labs to safely and quickly wash and sterilize their tips. Ultimately, this will cut down on lab costs and improve efficiency, while reducing plastic waste and promoting sustainability.
In a laboratory setting, this is a significant cost, as an estimated two million kg of pipette tips end up in landfills every year. To eliminate this waste, Grenova has created the Tipnovus, a benchtop tip washer that can wash 24 tip racks per hour. Its LEAF graphical user interface lets users customize wash cycles to suit their needs. The Tipnovus also features ultrasound technology to remove tiny contaminants.
Another unique feature of the Grenova tip washer is its high-speed, automated cleaning. Using a high-speed motor, the machine can process 4 racks at a time, with one rack going through it every six minutes. The TipNovus also features a drying system, which speeds up the drying process. It also enables scientists to clean 20 tip racks per hour, a significant speed improvement over the old method.
The TipNovus is an automated pipette tip washer. It features the same cleaning and drying technology as the TipNovus. Its small footprint and high throughput make it a practical option for any laboratory environment. TipNovus is compatible with most automated liquid handling robots. Its compatibility with most pipettes makes it easy to integrate into existing labs. However, the TipNovus is not an inexpensive option for every lab, and the cost-savings it offers cannot be compared to the value of reusable plastic pipette tips.