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pipette

a calibrated glass tube drawn to a fine bore at one end, filled by sucking liquid into the bulb, and used to transfer or measure known volumes of liquid
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Polymer tip disposable to pipette dispensers with dosing range up to 1000 l
INTEGRA offers an extensive range of manual and electronic handheld pipettes combined with the GripTips system--they help take the 'pain' out of multichannel pipetting, boosting productivity.
5 to 1000 microliters with only one pipette and two pipette tips.
VIAFLO 96 is a 96-channel handheld electronic pipette that enables fast, precise and easy simultaneous transfer of 96 samples.
IntellePro worked closely with a biotech integrator (Protedyne) in both the design and development of the pipette automation system to ensure the performance and life expectancy required by Protedyne's "Radius" line.
I checked the pipette calibration certificate and saw that the company had tested one of the middle channels carefully (multiple replicates) and then tested one replicate for the other seven channels.
Anachem provides complete sales and service support for Rainin pipettes plus the full offering of Rainin high quality Bioclean pipette tips.
Submerged within this market is an ever growing aftermarket for pipette consumables, accessories and services.
Use of the pipette often requires careful and precise control, which can be affected by discomfort, pain, or other musculoskeletal disorders.
In the forensic laboratory, where data integrity must be above reproach, it is vital for criminalists and managers to understand and address the likely sources of error related to pipette function and technique.
For rapid dispensing and single handed operations, use the new Scienceware(r) Fast Release Pipette [Pump.
In all, Point Plastics molds about 60 products, 30 of them being pipette tips for laboratory use.