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Pipetman Neo Multichannel pipettes address the growing susceptibility of pipette users to repetitive strain injuries (RSI). The springs help to reduce pipetting forces up to 50%, enabling users to pipette longer without concern for arm or wrist fatigue. The versatile tip holder fits most leading tips brands, which allows individuals to use the tips already on hand. The trident tip-ejector equalizes forces across each channel, making the disposal of tips effortless. The internal design applies even, equal pressure on each piston to ensure consistent volume levels across all channels when aspirating and dispensing, offering accuracy and precision from each tip. Parts that may come into contact with liquids are easy to clean or replace, and the entire lower part of the pipette is fully autoclavable. Built with highly chemical-resistant, lightweight, and robust materials, the pipette is suited for working with microplates. The product is available in 8- and 12-channels, with two pipettes covering a range of 2 to 200 [micro]L. Gilson, Inc. www.pipetman.com, 800-445-7661

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Title Annotation:Consumables & Supplies: UPDATE ON Liquid Handling
Publication:Laboratory Equipment
Date:Sep 1, 2009
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