SAN DIEGO, April 11, 2020 (Newswire.com) - With a history of excellence and over 20 years of experience in calibrating pipettes, Pipette.com is the largest independent pipette calibration facility on the West Coast. Pipette.com is also a distributor of several manufacturers of pipettes and equipment.
Pipette.com will now offer a variety of PCR Tubes which are designed with a thin and flexible wall for optimal efficiency during heat transfers. The combination of a thin, flexible, even thickness, and transparent wall gives a lab's samples stability while increasing efficiency. All of Pipette.com's PCR Tubes can be used for real-time PCR (qPCR).
Researchers and scientists have been using centrifuge tube since their invention in 1938. These tubes have become a necessity for laboratories across the world. With their fairly simple design, centrifuge tubes have the ability to be used for a plethora of applications. From sample storage to cell separation, a centrifuge tube is one of the most versatile consumable around. Centrifuge tubes can be designed in many different ways and manufactured with different materials. Pipette.com offers centrifuge tubes manufactured with the highest quality polypropylene, polystyrene, and glass to suit any type of storage or material handling need.
In addition, Pipette.com will be adding additional pipette tips, graduated pipettes, and transfer pipettes. Pipette tips are used with pipettes and pipettors to speed processing and reduce cross-contamination. They are available in a variety of materials and styles. Popular pipette styles used are universal pipette tips, filter pipette tips and low-retention pipette tips. Pipette.com offers a wide variety of first-party and third-party pipette tips engineered for accuracy and compatible with most laboratory pipettes.
Lastly, Pipette.com will be adding the eppendorf tube is the microcentrifuge tube gold standard in labs that handle small volumes of liquids. In life science and biological labs, a microcentrifuge tube is used for all sorts of applications from sample storage to running reactions and spinning down or separating samples. Whatever experiments you are conducting, if you work with small volumes of 5 mL or less you will likely need microcentrifuge tubes in your lab. Synonymous with the Microcentrifuge Tube, the Eppendorf Microcentrifuge Tube (Eppendorf Tube), has built a name for itself in the scientific community with their superb quality and commitment to excellence. Check out our Eppendorf tube selection and special offers and promotions below.