Pipette.com Has Added New 96 Well Plates and Centrifuge Tubes to Their Ecommerce Platform

Pipette.com provides the industry-standard and customized liquid-handling solutions tailored for each of their lab customers. Pipette.com has now become one of the largest independent pipette calibration facilities on the West Coast. In addition, Pipette.com has become one of the largest distributors of several manufacturers of pipettes, pipette tips and lab equipment.
Pipette.com will be adding a variety of 96 Well Plates. Pipette.com offers several different varieties of 96 Well Plates from a variety of manufacturers including BrandTech, CAPP, Eppendorf, Simport and SSI. Some of the key 96 Well Plates include those designed for PCR work as well as Eppendorf twin.tec and Simport plates – extremely thin-walled for optimal heat transfer. 96 Well Plates are available in skirted, semi-skirted, unskirted and low-profile plate formats.
In addition to PCR Plates, Pipette.com will be adding several centrifuge tubes and microcentrifuge tubes. 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. Factors to consider when choosing lab microcentrifuge tubes include: refrigerating or freezing samples, incubating samples, what rpm or g force speed for centrifuging samples, and whether the samples are light sensitive or not.
Lastly, Pipette.com is an ISO 17025 Accredited Calibration Facility that calibrates and repairs all pipette brands and models. Pipette.com manages a lab’s lab equipment through Qualer’s Calibration Management Software. This innovative software ensures total compliance and audit readiness by managing all of a company’s lab assets on one easy-to-use dashboard. With Qualer’s Calibration Management Software, a lab manager can coordinate their schedules with their clients, allowing both parties to view appointment information and estimated time of completion.
Source: Pipette.com