A micro tip box is a laboratory container used to store and organize small, disposable laboratory tools, such as micropipette tips. These boxes are usually made of polypropylene (PP), a durable, chemically-resistant plastic that is suitable for use in laboratory environments.
The micro tip box typically has multiple compartments or wells that can be used to store different types of tips or to separate used tips from unused ones. The wells are designed to fit most standard micropipette tips and are usually slanted or angled to help prevent the tips from falling out. Some micro-tip boxes have a lid that can be removed or opened for easy access to the tips.
In a laboratory setting, micro tip boxes are an important tool for maintaining the organization and hygiene of micropipette tips, as well as for preventing cross-contamination between samples. They are commonly used in molecular biology, biochemistry, and other life science applications where precise liquid handling is required.