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Introducing the New Rainin XLS+ Multichannels from Anachem

Published: Monday, April 22, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, April 22, 2013
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The next generation in ergonomic pipetting.

Since 2000, Rainin have been the innovators in ergonomic pipetting developing hand-friendly pipettes with reduced pipetting forces to help users reduce or even eliminate their risk of developing a Repetitive Strain Injury.

And now, Anachem has announced the launch of Rainin’s latest development in ergonomic pipetting, the XLS+ manual and electronic Multichannels.

The XLS®+ pipettes are Rainin’s most technically and ergonomically advanced multichannels to date, raising the bar on multichannel pipetting for both comfort and performance.

They are 35% lighter than other pipettes, yet are balanced and substantial, with a fit, feel and finish that is truly world class. These pipettes are easy to manoeuvre and much easier on users hands, even after hours of pipetting.

Equipped with Rainin’s patented LiteTouch® System (LTS®) technology, these multichannel pipettes deliver precise and consistent sample pickup across all channels.

Tips load quickly, seal perfectly and are easy to eject. And with new low-drag seals and lighter springs, users hands really will feel the difference.

Built to last from the finest materials available, these multichannel pipettes will deliver years of consistent, reliable service.

And like all Rainin XLS pipettes, the embedded RFID tag supports advanced calibration tracking.


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