- Ultra-low retention
- No interference with samples
- Snap-in wafers drop into empty tip racks
- Refill wafers significantly decrease left over tip packaging
- Compatible with most multi-channel pipettes
- Orange wafer color indicates low retention
- Certified free of detectable RNase, DNase, DNA, and pyrogens
TipOne® RPT refills save space and plastic. Convenient, two-sleeve packs provide the flexibility to load fewer racks and keep the remaining wafers sealed.
TipOne RPT ultra low retention technology refines polypropylene tip surfaces at a molecular level, improving the flow dynamics of viscous liquids and other difficult samples. TipOne RPT tips provide exceptional delivery without additives, coatings, or clarifiers that could interact with your samples. TipOne RPT is certified free of detectable RNase, DNase, DNA, and pyrogens and does not need to be autoclaved for most molecular biology applications. However, if autoclaving is necessary, our tips will remain safe and effective. High definition laser markings identify tip volume, lot number, and “RPT” directly on the tip wafer, eliminating the need for labels.
Recommended applications for TipOne RPT include selected nucleic acids, proteins, antibodies, and solutions with Triton-X, glycerin, or other components that require an extremely low surface energy for complete sample release. TipOne RPT is also suitable for aqueous and other common laboratory solutions.
10 µl tips fit ErgoOne, Biohit mLINE and Proline, Pipetman P-2/P-10, Transferpette, Eppendorf 0.1-2.5 µl and 0.5-10 µl, Benchmate, and other ultra micro pipettes. 10 µL XL tips have a longer length that keeps the tip collar outside of 1.5/2.0 ml tubes and most deep well plates, minimizing contamination. They also hold up to 20 µl (perfect for use with 20 µl ErgoOne pipettes with micro tip cones).
|TipOne® RPT Pipette Tip Graduations and Length
||2.5 and 10 μl
|10 μl XL
||1, 5, 10, and 20 μl
||10, 50, and 100 μl
||100, 200, and 300 μl
||250, 500, and 1000 μl
|1250 μl XL
||100, 250, 500, and 1000 μl
Graduations represent standard laboratory conditions for aqueous solutions. Results may vary depending upon viscosity and temperature.