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High-Throughput Pipette Eliminates Complex Programming Time

Published: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
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Liquidator 96 allows pipetting in 96- and 384-well plates, PCR plates, 96-deepwell plates.

Current modern biotechnology applications are making use of molecular biology methods and exponentially increasing the number of high-throughput experiments being conducted in labs worldwide.

Mettler Toledo subsidiary Rainin Instrument has addressed the needs of operators running these high-volume experiments with Liquidator 96.

This bench-scale, 96-channel manual pipetting solution provides accuracy without forcing operators to contend with electronic systems or complex computer programming. The result is pipetting ease along with significant efficiency gains.

Liquidator 96 allows pipetting in 96- and 384-well plates, PCR plates, 8- and 12-channel reservoirs as well as 96-deepwell plates. This enhanced handling speed represents a critical pipetting benefit, particularly when working with time-critical ELISA test procedures.

Also, because Liquidator 96 works just like a manual pipette, it can be used by lab technicians at any experience level and still deliver reproducible results.

Finally, as a personal pipetting system, Liquidator 96 fits any bench-top or laminar-flow cabinet making it suitable for cleanroom conditions.

For more on Liquidator 96, and to learn how optimized liquid-handling can help increase throughput for high-volume biotech experiments, watch our free Liquidator 96 video at

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