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Fast Accurate Pipette Filling & Dispensing

Published: Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, July 17, 2013
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PIPETBOY pro delivers perfect combination of pipetting speed and precision dosing.

The PIPETBOY pro from INTEGRA sets the benchmark for fast, accurate pipette filling and dispensing.

The accuracy of pipetting depends on precise graduations on users serological pipette and on their ability to accurately match the liquid's meniscus with the graduation mark.

The PIPETBOY pro enables the user to very accurately displace liquid in the pipette by applying variable finger pressure on its pipette triggers.

To operate a PIPETBOY pro simply fully press the aspiration trigger to quickly draw liquid into the pipette until almost full, then gradually release the trigger to reduce speed and accurately match the meniscus to the graduation mark.

Similarly, when dispensing, slightly press the trigger for drop-by-drop dispensing of liquid, or fully trigger the powerful pump motor for fast emptying of the pipette.

Accurate and reliable results can be achieved quickly even by occasional users at pipetting speeds of up to 12 ml/ sec.

Adequate lighting is a prerequisite for error-free and comfortable pipetting. An integral white LED light in the PIPETBOY pro provides strong illumination of the area around the pipette, ensuring accurate pipetting and preventing eyestrain even when dispensing liquids out of an opaque centrifuge tube or dark container.

Weighing just 190 grams and ergonomically designed to comfortably fit in users hand, the PIPETBOY pro makes even prolonged pipetting effortless.

To watch a video and see how the PIPETBOY pro delivers the perfect combination of pipetting speed and precision dosing please visit http://www.integra-biosciences.com/sites/pipetboy_pro_4_e.html.


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