Press Release (ePRNews.com) - SAN DIEGO - Mar 06, 2019 - Pipette.com has been carrying a broad selection of Eppendorf products for many years now. Pipette.com has lab equipment, pipettes, and centrifuges from different manufacturers and with many different specifications. However, Eppendorf Centrifuges have been some of the most successful and most popular centrifuges in their product line in recent years.
Pipette.com will now be adding an Eppendorf -80 freezer and other related Eppendorf freezer. Eppendorf ULT Upright Freezers are known for their energy efficiency, reliability, and worry-free, long-term sample preservation. The Eppendorf ULT Upright Freezers provide many of the same features as our Innova ULT Freezers but are conventionally insulated for a cost-effective alternative. Polyurethane insulation combined with a highly efficient cooling system achieve and maintain ultra-low temperatures of as low as -86 °C.
The unique cross-over Eppendorf 5430 and Eppendorf 5430 R centrifuges combine the best features of a microcentrifuge (small footprint) and multipurpose centrifuge (versatility) in one instrument. With a maximum speed of 30,130 × g (17,500?rpm), these centrifuges spin rotors for Eppendorf tubes, microtubes, PCR strips, or microtiter plates.
The 1.5 ml Eppendorf tubes (microcentrifuge tube) is now available in a variety of designs and with a selection of features to meet specific laboratory requirements and different purposes depending on one’s needs. Different styles and features are better suited to different tasks and protocols. They vary in terms of volume, centrifugation limits, packaging style and quantity, color, etc.
The Eppendorf Centrifuge 5418, also available in either refrigerated or non-refrigerated versions, is an ultra-compact 18-place centrifuge that fits on even the smallest lab benchtop. About the size of a standard sheet of paper, it provides up to 16,873 x g (14,000 rpm) and offers a broad range of features that make lab work simple and straightforward. There have been some recent updates to the Eppendorf centrifuge line too. Source :