• Bangalore
  • 18 March 2013
  • News
  • By Narayan

Eppendorf launches new detection instruments

The new instruments offer additional measurement capabilities and features to the wide range of Eppendorf´s easy-to-use instruments that combine effective hardware with powerful and innovative software solutions

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Eppendorf's new detection instrument

Eppendorf, a leading life science company that develops and sells instruments, consumables, and services for liquid-, sample-, and cell handling in laboratories, has extended its detection product portfolio by launching BioSpectrometer fluorescence and the new BioPhotometer D30. According to industry reports detection instruments are available in the ragne of Rs 2 - 20 lakh.

The new instruments offer additional measurement capabilities and features to the wide range of Eppendorf´s easy-to-use instruments that combine effective hardware with powerful and innovative software solutions. The detection instrument portfolio of Eppendorf is supported by accessories and consumables, such as the UVette, a UV-transparent disposable cuvette, and the new semi-micro and macro Vis Cuvettes. Additional accessories that include reference filter sets and a microvolume measurement cell, the µCuvette G1.0, to measure sample volumes of only 1.5µL, are available. According to Mr M. Anthoni Jai Kumar, Marketing Manager, Eppendorf India, " Our people will be directly handing the sales of these new instruments instead of distributors."

The Eppendorf detection family is used in a broad range of life science applications, including kinetic and fluorescence measurements as well as microvolume measurements. The combination of Eppendorf instruments, accessories and consumables enable users to perform many different applications, with variable sample volumes and concentrations in a flexible way. Equipment can be selected and combined to match the specific requirements of the work taking place, while achieving highest reliability.

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