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Repeat Liquid Dispensing with Ease - Whatever Users Sample

Published: Thursday, March 20, 2014
Last Updated: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
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New Ripette® genX dispenser from Alpha Laboratories.

The new Ripette® genX dispenser, now available in the UK from Alpha Laboratories brings users supreme comfort and precision for repeat dispensing, plus the benefits of positive displacement pipetting for accurate delivery of difficult liquids.

This electronic dispenser puts users in complete control and makes light work of repeat pipetting, speeding up long series, maintaining accuracy and precision and preventing fatigue.

Ripette genX helps prevent Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), often experienced in multi-dispense pipetting. It has a low weight, smooth ergonomic design and eliminates virtually all pipetting forces. It even includes electronic tip ejection.

The clear LCD display and intuitive software helps users select the correct Ritip® Professional disposable tip required, dependent on the dosage-volume and number of aliquots. It provides extreme versatility with a dispensing range from 1µl up to 50ml.

The CE/IVD marked Ritips are a new generation of precision dispenser tips that are also compatible with other popular mechanical and electronic repeat dispenser models. They operate by the positive displacement principle.

Each tip has an internal piston to facilitate aspiration and dispensing of difficult liquids such as volatile, viscous or corrosive solutions.

The piston also prevents the passage of liquid/vapours into the pipette, avoiding contamination by hazardous substances.

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