Eppendorf PhysioCare Concept® – Pipetting

As the inventor of the microliter system, we at Eppendorf have over fifty years of experience in precise manual and automatic pipetting/dispensing and transferring of the smallest quantities of liquids. The standards defined by Eppendorf quality assurance (for example, precision and accuracy guidelines) clearly surpass the standards required to obtain these results, and guarantee the reproducibility that our customers have come to depend on.

The workhorse in the lab

Pipettes of different volume ranges as well as manual and electronic types are the most used instrument in the daily lab routine work. Therefore, you should pay attention for an ergonomic design of the pipette as well as on an ergonomic usage of the pipette.

Color code pipette

Standardized specific color codes on the pipette enables an easy identification of the required pipette and its volume range. The fitting  tip boxes have the same specific color code.

Color Code of tip boxes

Standardized specific color codes on the tip boxes enables an easy identification of the required tip volume . The fitting  pipette has the same specific color code.

Spring loaded tip cone

The built-in cushioning in the tip cone limits the tip attachment forces for the user.

Hand grip

The hand grip of a pipette should fit to the hand of the user. An ergonomic design of this part of the pipette is crucial for stress-free working hours.

Weight of pipette

As pipettes are in general used several hours per day, a low weight of the instrument is crucial to unburden the finger and arm muscles.

Handling force needed

Very low operating forces for the control buttons unburden the fingers of the user.

Volume display

4 digit display with magnifying window to allow for easy volume identification

Adjusted/ calibrated sign

Clear identification of calibration/ adjustment status of pipette for reliable results.