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F1-ClipTip™ Pipetting System

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You’ll feel the difference the first time you hold the NEW Thermo Scientific™ F1-ClipTip™ pipetting system. 

Thermo-Absolute-border.gifObtaining the correct sample volume is often the first step in a series that your research requires, and it is a challenge to ensure a quality seal in daily pipetting. The ClipTip interlocking technology lets you actually feel the tips lock firmly in place with a light touch and ensures you have a complete seal for each channel.

Whether you’re using a single or multichannel pipette, you will get the exact volume you expect to accelerate discovery. No longer bang tips on your pipette. Your friction based pipetting system might look like tips are on, but how certain are you?

No more uncertainty – just confidence in your applications. Worry-free pipetting is finally here, with the only tip that clips.


Friction Seal Systems are dependent on a user’s force to attach tips to the pipette
  • Increased tip attachment and ejection forces
  • Loose tips which can drop off or leak air
  • Decreased confidence in reproducibility of results
  • Premature tip cone wear
ClipTip Interlocking Technology utilizes a locking interface between the pipette fitting and tips that seal by clipping into place.
  • Extremely low tip attachment and ejection forces
  • Complete seal on every channel
  • No loose tips
  • Reproducibility you can count on
Learn more or download our application notes: Thermo Scientific™ F1-ClipTip™
Product F1-ClipTip™ Pipetting System
Company Thermo Fisher Scientific
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