Eppendorf 16- and 24-channel pipettes for 384-well pipetting
Eppendorf’s 16- and 24-channel pipettes and epT.I.P.S. 384 are designed to enable the convenient pipetting of entire columns and rows of a 384-well plate.
The 16- and 24-channel pipettes can be used in the same orientation to enable users to evenly and simultaneously fill 24 wells of a 384-well plate in just one step. This increases user efficiency, minimises pipetting steps and plate handling, and increases reproducibility by starting reactions at the same time. Labelling of the first and last channel helps users to pipette into the correct wells, making pipetting into 384 wells easier and more reliable.
Mechanical and electronic 16- and 24-channel pipettes are available in volumes of 20 and 100 µL, and function as a system with the epT.I.P.S. 384 and ep Dualfilter T.I.P.S. 384.
The pipette and tip system uses SOFTattach technology with tip elasticity for good tip fit and seal to increase sample safety, and a spring-loaded tip cone reduces tip attachment forces. A fine tip shape is designed to ensure accurate pipetting into the wells, and the SOFTeject feature reduces tip ejection forces by 50% for ergonomic operation.
The 16- and 24-well multichannel pipettes and epT.I.P.S. 384 are designed to make working with 384-well plates convenient, ergonomic and safe.
For more information: https://www.eppendorf.com/AU-en/discover/384-well-plate-pipetting-made-easy-with-eppendorf/.
Phone: 02 9889 5000
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