Pipette.com Has Added New Centrifuge Tubes and Robotic Pipette Tips to Its E-Commerce Platform

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, pipette tips and lab equipment.
Pipette.com will be adding branded Robotic Tips and Filtered Pipette Tips. With zero sample carry-over and blocked aerosol contamination, Pipette.com Filter Tips are at the forefront of pipetting technology. Filtered pipette tips are also referred to as aerosol barrier tips as they are fitted with a filter inside the proximal part of the pipette tip, protecting the pipette from aerosols and aspirating viscous or volatile samples into the shaft. This not only protects the pipette from physical damage that might be caused otherwise but also protects against cross-contamination between samples. These filtered pipette tips are ideal for PCR, qPCR, and sensitive sample pipetting.
In addition to the wide variety of tips, Pipette.com will now carry additional varieties of microcentrifuge tubes that are essential to any lab handling small volumes of liquid. In life science and biological labs, these little plastic tubes are used for all sorts of applications from sample storage to running reactions and spinning down or separating samples. Whatever experiments a lab is conducting, if the lab works with small volumes of 2 mL or less, one will likely need these tubes in the lab.  All microcentrifuge tubes are compatible with any of the microcentrifuges and centrifuges that are currently being offered at Pipette.com. 
Lastly, Pipette.com carries a complete line of contact plates, sterile, square (with a grid) and absorbent pad Petri dishes, cell spreaders and spatulas. Pipette.com provides customer needs with additional product specifications. Pipette.com will be adding the NEST Scientific Petri Dishes and CellTreat Non-Treated Cell Culture Dishes – both are great alternatives to regular Petri Dishes.
Source: Pipette.com