About IKA Werke

The IKA® group is a manufacturer of laboratory and analytical technology as well as mechanical engineering with world-wide locations. Over decades, we have built a close relationship to our international customers. This is based on our commitment to the highest quality and innovation of our products and our dedication to the development of solutions for complex applications.

Facts about IKA Werke
  • Founding: 1910
  • Focus : Manufacturer
  • Employees: 501-1,000
  • Industry : Laboratory equipment / supplies

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Topic world Pipetting

Pipetting is one of the most basic yet critical techniques in the laboratory. It enables the precise and controlled transfer of liquids, which is essential for accurate measurements and reliable results. Whether in DNA analysis, cell culture or biochemical assays, correct pipetting significantly influences the quality of the results.

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Topic world Pipetting

Topic world Pipetting

Pipetting is one of the most basic yet critical techniques in the laboratory. It enables the precise and controlled transfer of liquids, which is essential for accurate measurements and reliable results. Whether in DNA analysis, cell culture or biochemical assays, correct pipetting significantly influences the quality of the results.

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Topic world Digestion

Sample digestion is a critical step in chemical analysis that often determines the success or failure of an investigation. It involves the targeted transformation and preparation of a sample to make the components of interest accessible for analysis. Various methods such as thermal, chemical or enzymatic digestion are used to dissolve matrix components, remove unwanted components and release target substances.

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Topic world Digestion

Topic world Digestion

Sample digestion is a critical step in chemical analysis that often determines the success or failure of an investigation. It involves the targeted transformation and preparation of a sample to make the components of interest accessible for analysis. Various methods such as thermal, chemical or enzymatic digestion are used to dissolve matrix components, remove unwanted components and release target substances.

10+ products
2 whitepaper
10+ brochures