Sterile pipette tips from Sterilab Services are high grade polypropylene (PP) filter tips with low retention and a universal fit, compatible with a wide range of specific pipettor brands.
- Supplied in sterile racks of 96 or 100 tips
- PE sintered filter provides an aerosol barrier eliminating cross-contamination
- Free of detectable DNase/RNase, human DNA and pyrogens
- Electron Beam sterilization leaves no chemical residue
- Precision manufactured from high clarity virgin polyproylene
- Optimized bore provides a precise fit and secure seal for accurate pipetting
- Superfine molding technology minimizes fluid retention in the tip
- ISO9001:2015 certified production facility
- Manufactured and packaged in class 100,000 cleanrooms
These are universal fit tips, compatible with specific pipettors from brands including Thermo, Gilson, Eppendorf, Labnet, VWR, Brandtech, Sartorius, Biohit and more. Both electronic and mechanical pipettes available, with full compatibility lists available on request.
All of our tips are manufactured by carefully vetted suppliers, in factories certified to ISO 9001:2015 standards. They are trusted and in use by some of the top laboratories and hospitals throughout the UK. Our ongoing commitment to quality can be demonstrated by our focus on achieving & maintaining the ISO 9001:2015 certification.
PRICING AND AVAILABILITY
Full price list available on request, with next-day delivery available on tips from 26/01/2021. Please get in touch for the latest availability information. We are more than happy to set up standing orders for supplying tips on a weekly or monthly basis - let us know your requirements and we'd be glad to see how we can support you.
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Next day delivery for in stock items. Standard lead times 2-3 weeks. Contact us now for current availability
Directive 98/79/EC on In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices (IVDD) provides the regulatory framework for manufacturers and for authorised representatives who wish to place in vitro diagnostic (IVD) products on the EU common market. Products that satisfy the regulatory requirements are permitted to carry the CE IVD mark. Products for general laboratory use are not in vitro diagnostic medical devices unless such products, in view of their characteristics, are specifically intended by their manufacturer to be used for in vitro diagnostic examination. For a number of years, there has been confusion on whether products such as pipettes and tips could carry the CE IVD mark.
In 2012 the European Commission Directorate General for Health and Consumers issued guidelines on certain products to clarify the position on CE IVD marking.
Further guidelines were issued in 2014 (and updated in 2017).
In both these sets of guidelines it is very clear that pipettes, transfer pipettes, tips and centrifuge tubes are not permitted to carry the CE IVD mark - as they are for general laboratory use as well as in-vitro diagnostic examination. Hence all major manufacturers have been removing the CE mark from packaging. The products are manufactured to the same high standards – they will just not carry the CE IVD mark.