Precise, safe, versatile and a dream to use over a long pipetting day!
Choose the Multipette E3 or E3x multi-dispenser pipette for all liquid types without compromising on accuracy and precision. These electronic positive displacement dispenser pipettes are ideal for stress-free, long series repetitive dispensing due to their lightweight, ergonomic design, and easy, motor driven action which reduces fatigue and the risk of repetitive strain injuries. The Multipette E3 and E3x have a wide dispensing range of 1 µL to 50 mL, 5,000 different dispensing volumes with increments as low as 100 nL and are used with Combitips® advanced positive displacement tips. With automatic tip recognition, the Multipette/Combitips system is ideal for all types of liquids, and by preventing aerosols from leaving the syringe-style tips, users can work safely with hazardous liquids and volatile solutions.
Eppendorf pioneered the Multipette/Combitips multi-dispenser system in 1978 and improved it several times since. It was the very first pipetting system allowing users to fill the tip once and dispense multiple times. The concept remains a driver for efficient liquid handling and a staple in many labs working with plates or series of tubes.
Choose the Multipette E3x for additional operating modes compared to the E3
While the Multipette E3 already meets many application needs with its three main operating modes Dispensing, Automatic Dispensing and Pipetting, the Multipette E3x comes with four additional modes: Sequential Dispensing, Aspiration, Aspiration/Dispensing, and Titration. Both models use Combitips advanced and ensure easy, efficient and contamination-free liquid handling.
Dispense more accurately in a shorter time with the Multipette/Combitips system
Combitips advanced tips easily attach to the Multipette E3/E3x electronic multi-dispenser pipettes. Their built-in sensor recognizes the size of the tip, and the volume appears automatically in the display - eliminating time-consuming volume calculations and incorrect dispensing volumes. Combitips advanced are available in nine sizes, allowing a wider dispensing range of up to 112 different volumes and longer series dispensing before needing to stop for a refill.
The positive displacement principle ensures that the pipetting system is unaffected by the density or viscosity of the liquid, and because no aerosols are formed, you can more safely dispense solutions that contain radioactive and/or toxic substances, as well as solutions that have a high vapor pressure. And when finished, simply eject the tip with a push of a button, and dispose after use - always contamination-free!
Working with highly viscous or volatile liquids?
The Multipette/Combitips system provides the perfect solution for accurate dispensing of all types of liquid. Effortlessly fill plates or long series of tubes with the Multipette E3/E3x electronic multi-dispenser pipette, while maximizing pipetting accuracy and precision with the positive displacement Combitips advanced tip. With the Eppendorf Pipette Software Update Tool
you can easily update your electronic Multipette and stay up to date with the latest software improvements and new features!
Disposal of packaging and the dispenser at the end of its lifecycle
The packaging of Multipette E3/E3x dispensers contains different materials, including cardboard and plastic foil. Our Multipette packaging cardboard material consists of approx. 92 % recycling material. Please support the global sustainability initiative of recycling valuable raw material by collecting the cardboard and disposing of it in the appropriate collection container at your organization. In respect to the wrapping foils made of LD-PE, we recommend to select a dedicated recycling partner where PE material can be recycled.
Eppendorf liquid handling instruments are designed for many years of use – should the need arise to dispose of your Multipette however, please note that it may potentially be contaminated and includes electronic components and a rechargeable battery. Please contact your local biosafety officer and/or your local waste management for requirements and best practices concerning electronic and lab waste. You may use the Eppendorf Decontamination Certificate
as guidance regarding possible documentation requirements.