The LTS pipette is the next generation of liquid handling equipment, which incorporates a wide range of features to improve the overall user experience. Its innovative design combines a slim, lightweight shaft with a small seal area and a positive'stop' to ensure that the tip will seal tightly without the need to jam or pound the shaft into place. This technology also makes it easier to operate the pipettes than their standard counterparts, and costs no more than a standard pipette.
The LTS pipette tip is available in a variety of sizes, including the popular single-piece glass model. The long, narrow part has a graduated scale, and a single graduation mark allows users to measure a specific volume of liquid or gas. These pipettes can be used for titrations and to prepare base stock for various applications. Listed below are some common uses for LTS pipettes.
Comfort is an important consideration in pipetting, and LTS provides that. Unlike traditional pipettes, the LTS features a finger hook, which supports the tip in your hand and helps reduce the likelihood of repetitive strain injury. The LTS pipette is also compatible with several types of tips, including standard, filter, and extended length. This feature is particularly useful for those who work in labs where hand fatigue is a common hazard.
The LTS pipette is one of the few liquid handling devices with a patented shaft sealing system. The ring at the top of the tip seals without friction. This is a unique feature of the LTS pipette, and the Rainin XLS+ features a "stiction-less" shaft sealing system. Other pipettes rely on friction to hold their tips securely. To achieve a reliable seal, users must bang or rock the pipette into the tip.
The LTS pipette also features a revolutionary tip design: the xTIP4. The xTIP4 tips have a new ergonomic design that allows for a lower force to insert them and allow them to eject them without a lot of force. Acoustic droplet ejection is another option to consider. The LTS pipette is more ergonomic than ever before.
These air displacement pipette is used to draw small volumes of liquid, such as DNA. They are made of a flexible material called polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS). Their piston and capillary tip enable multiple solution exchanges and up to 100m per sample. These pipettes also feature pneumatic actuation for ease of use. This allows the user to switch from one solution to another without interruption.
If you're looking for a sterile, easy-to-use set of pipette tips, look no further than Sartorius. Their Optifit tips ensure leak-tight sealing and perfect fit for the pipettes they come with. They promote maximum accuracy and reproducibility in pipetting, and feature a universal design that works with most brands. Although pipette tips are often selected based on price alone, they're a critical part of the pipetting process and must be selected carefully.
The polypropylene-made tip of the Sartorius range features a polyethylene filter barrier to reduce liquid and aerosol contamination. The polyethylene barrier makes them ideal for work involving molecular biology, microbiology, cell culture, and radioactive materials. The tips come in both hinged and non-hinged styles to simplify storage and transport, and they are also available in refill packages.
If you're looking for a new tip, then you should consider a yellow pipette. These are designed to fit a variety of pipettors and are made of high-quality polypropylene. The tips are tested for optimal fit, function, and straightness. In addition, they require minimal force for loading and ejection. These tips come in packs of 1000. Read on to learn more.
Yellow pipette tips are compatible with most standard piston pipettes that have a volume of 10 - 100 ul. They are sterile, and are designed to fit most popular brand pipettors. The tips are clear so that they can be easily identified by the liquid they're containing. In addition, they're easy to clean. And because they're sterile, they can be used with virtually any pipettor.
However, not all tips will fit all pipettes. While a cheap tip might look cute, it might not work correctly. Using the wrong one can lead to inaccurate results. This will make it difficult to reproduce your experiment, which could lead to repetitive strain injuries. The best way to prevent such complications is to purchase tips from a reputable manufacturer. You can even check your tips against other brands by gravimetric testing. This can be an effective way to ensure that you're using the correct tip for the pipettes you have.
The quality of the tips depends on how they are made. The highest-quality tips are made of virgin polypropylene without metal and plastic additives. Look for these features when purchasing yellow pipette tips. The coating may wash out with your samples, so you'll need to check them closely. This is especially important if you're using a sensitive assay. This means that you'll need to make sure that the pipettes you're using have high-quality tips to prevent contamination.
If you're looking for a high-quality, universal tip, then you should check out Scilogex's MicroPette Pipette Tips. These tips are designed to fit most pipettes, from 0.2 to 5000 uL. Moreover, they're available in bulk packs of 1,000 units. The tips come in several sizes, and they're color-coded by size. You can find a large number of tips from Scilogex - including red and yellow.