For precisely small sample volumes
As standards for data accuracy and sample quality grow increasingly stringent, laboratories around the world have implemented sample preparation workflows to obtain the most precise and highest-quality samples for downstream applications. With Ritter’s Robotic Pipette Tips, researchers can quickly and efficiently analyze even the smallest, most viscous samples with their automated systems.
Available in clear and black, Ritter’s Robotic Pipette Tips are produced in clean room conditions and are DNase, RNase, ATP, and pyrogene free. All tips are tested according to Ritter Medical’s quality management system to ensure reproducible research results for scientists and researchers on a global scale.
Ritter’s Robotic Pipette Tips are compatible with a variety of liquid handling workstations including: the Hamilton Microlab StarTM, Nimbus® and VantageTM; Freedom EVO® and Fluent® by Tecan; Qiagen instruments; Dynex instruments.
The Ritter Robotic Pipette Tips are available in a wide range of sizes from 10μl to 1300μl.
The Robotic Pipette Tips can be purchased in multiple formats: blister pack with 5 trays, single tray of 96 tips, single rack of 96 tips, or in a tip box.
The blackKnights Ritter pipette tips have a 50% wider opening than regular pipette tips that can accommodate particularly viscous samples such as blood plasma, which reduces flow resistance and protects sensitive cells.
Ritter’s Robotic Pipette Tips can be used for a range of applications including: clinical diagnostics, drug discovery, next-generation sequencing, molecular biology, ADME Tox, and proteomics analysis.
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