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Published: Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Last Updated: Tuesday, May 27, 2014
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New Rainin Pipet-Lite™ XLS+™ manual pipettes from Anachem.

Rainin's New Pipet-lite XLS+ manual pipettes combine cutting-edge technology and innovation to deliver exceptionally high performance with extraordinary comfort and control. These new pipettes feature wet seals for stunningly smooth operation, corrosion-resistant tip ejectors and liquid ends that can be autoclaved.

A redesigned liquid end provides a plunger stroke that is smooth, precise and requires less force than ever. Its perfect for pipetting applications that require delicate control; so if users need to dispense their samples slowly, with the Pipet-Lite XLS+ there is no jumping or jerking reducing the risk of air bubbles forming in users samples and limiting the chances of pipette cross contamination issues.

The complete liquid end - shaft, seal assembly/spring, and ejector - can be autoclaved for easy sterilization without compromising the performance or the feel of the pipette.

The new corrosion-resistant plastic tip ejector is made of a high PVDF polymer making it corrosion free, autoclavable and highly resistant to chemical and physical damage. It can be simply removed with a single-hand motion for easy cleaning.

The Pipet-Lite XLS+ ergonomic handles contoured finger-hook lets users use a lighter grip when pipetting or resting between cycles. A soft silicone shock absorber in the tip ejection mechanism reduces thumb impact on tip ejection.

Users can choose from standard Pipet-Lite XLS+ models with a universal tip fit that will work with most of the tips users already have in their laboratory. Or, for extra protection against RSI opt for LTS™ (Lite Touch Tip Ejection System) models for further reduction in tip ejection forces.

All Rainin XLS+ pipettes equipped with RFID tags for enhanced security, inventory control and calibration tracking.

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