Eppendorf demonstrates liquid handling instruments and consumables at Lab Innovations 2016

Published: 28-Sep-2016

Pipettes and tips, manual and electronic dispensers and automated pipetting systems are included

Eppendorf UK will exhibit and demonstrate a range of instruments and consumables from its liquid handling portfolio at this year's Lab Innovations.

Products will include pipettes and tips, manual and electronic dispensers and automated pipetting systems.

The show runs from 2–3 November 2016 at the NEC, Birmingham, UK.

Liquid handling workstations, such as the epMotion automated pipetting system, will also be a key feature of the Eppendorf exhibit at Stand F4.

These intuitive instruments give researchers and scientists access to fast, precise pipetting across a broad spectrum of applications, while also making reproducible results more achievable.

With more than 50 years of experience in precise manual and automatic pipetting/dispensing and transferring of the smallest quantities of liquids, the Eppendorf liquid handling solutions feature award-winning designs, cutting-edge production and precise selection of materials, all resulting in products that are primed for optimal performance.

Steve Dey, Marketing Director at Eppendorf UK, said: 'Eppendorf is delighted to be attending Lab Innovations again this year, and we are excited to share some of our latest products and solutions with industry colleagues, researchers, and academics.'

He added: 'As always, the products we will be showcasing have been developed with the knowledge of the challenges our customers face at the forefront of our minds.'

A series of workshops and demonstrations focused on liquid handling will take place at the show, highlighting how pipette tips influence results.

During pipetting, pipettes are always used with a 'fitting' tip, meaning a system of two components that should give reliable precision and accuracy during the complete workflow.

However, the fact that a tip fits onto a pipette does not ensure that the system is working within error limits.

The exact and co-ordinated interaction between pipette and pipette tips is of critical importance as both components, whether on their own or together as a system, must meet high quality standards in order to be able to deliver reliable, precise, and reproducible results.

Eppendorf will have product specialists on hand at the show to provide advice, run demonstrations and discuss how to get the best out of their products and services in the lab.

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