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New Ultra EZpette™

Published: Tuesday, October 08, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 08, 2013
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New ultra high precision digital pipettors provides both accurate and precise liquid dispensing.

Denville Scientific Inc. has announced the launch of the New Ultra EZpette™ Ultra High Precision Digital Pipettors.

The New Ultra EZpette™ provides both accurate and precise liquid dispensing in a comfortable ergonomic design.

They are available in the choice of pink or blue with 8 different models that cover volume ranges from 0.1µL to 10mL. The ejector has a unique “clik-to-fix” system to easily adjust the tip ejection.

The Ultra EZpette™ also includes a calibration tool for easy in-lab recalibration.

All Pipettes are tested individually and supplied with a certificate of quality.

Quality Features
• Dual Volume Setting System & Volume Lock
• Easy Calibration
• Universal Shaft
• Durable Sealing System effective for 60,000 cycles
• Fully Autoclavable, UV Resistant

Ergonomics Features
• Large Pipetting Pushbutton, Color Coded
• Comfortable Finger Hook
• Contoured Handle
• Soft Spring System minimizes hand fatigue

Denville Scientific will donate 5% of the proceeds of the Pink Ultra EZpette™ to leading Breast Cancer charities during the month of October 2013 in support of Breast Cancer Awareness.


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