Product Details

Olympus 20µl Barrier Tip

Cat #: 24-404

Low Binding, Racked, Sterile
10 Racks of 96 Tips/Unit

  • Universal fit for most all research grade pipettors including Gilson PIPETMAN, Eppendorf Research , Research Plus and Reference
  • Graduations at 10µl, 50µl and 100µl
  • Low binding surface technology virtually eliminates sample hold-up and increases precision and accuracy
  • Substantial sample-to-filter space even at maximum pipetting volume
  • Color coded tray insert cards for quick and easy identification on the bench: 10µl (purple), 20µl (green), 100/200µl (blue) and 1000µl (green)
  • Independently Certified RNase, DNase, Human DNA, PCR Inhibitor and Pyrogen-FREE
Manufactured by Olympus Plastics

List Price:       $111.60



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Description

All Olympus Tips are precision manufactured to the industry’s most rigorous quality control standards. All tips are made from virgin polypropylene and contain no recycled, reprocessed, or altered plastics that might introduce contamination or defects. Every lot of each product can be traced to the corresponding raw material and production date. All Olympus Tips are INDEPENDENTLY CERTIFIED RNase, DNase, DNA, and Pyrogen-Free. In addition to in-process control monitoring, all product lots are sampled after packaging and tested in both our QC laboratory AND independent laboratories, thus resulting in a contaminant-free product of the highest quality. All Olympus tips are universal fit for research grade pipettors.

Low binding tips improve accuracy and precision by utilizing proprietary polymer technology. The proprietary polymer creates a hydrophobic surface that reduces the surface tension of the interior wall of the pipet tip and minimizes the bonding of DNA and protein to the tip material. No additives such as silicone are used; consequently, no leaching or sample degradation occur. The chemically resistant polymer is completely inert and is not affected by common laboratory solvents such as chloroform, chloroethane, or acetone.