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The New E4 XLS+ Multichannel Pipettes

Published: Thursday, May 23, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, May 23, 2013
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Raising the bar on multichannel pipetting for both comfort & performance.

Anachem has announced the launch of Rainin's most technically and ergonomically advanced multichannels to date - the XLS™+ family.

The XLS™+ manual and electronic multichannels are the latest development in ergonomic pipetting, they are 35% lighter than other pipettes, yet are balanced and substantial, with a fit, feel and finish that is truly world class.

The XLS™+ raises the bar on multichannel pipetting for both comfort and performance.

Multichannel pipettes reduce repetition and therefore the risk of RSI by 8 or 12 fold, but for the ultimate in ergonomic pipetting an electronic multichannel is the best solution.

After long periods of pipetting, fatigue can cause inconsistent pipetting rhythm, speed and plunger operation.

The Rainin E4™XLS™+'s powerful stepper motor eliminates technique and user-to-user inconsistencies, it is also the most lightweight, feature rich and user friendly electronic multichannel pipette available.

With an ergonomic grip, finger hook and evenly distributed weight that delivers unmatched comfort, even after hours of use. For accuracy, reproducibility and low force pipetting, nothing beats the E4™XLS™+ Multichannel.

The E4™XLS™+ has an intuitive interface that works the way users think. The precise 360º joystick control and carousel-like menu structure on a large color screen make switching functions fast and easy.


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