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Anachem's New Rainin LTS Swap Out Programme

Published: Monday, July 01, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, July 01, 2013
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Free pipettes, no catch, no cost.

Wouldn't it be great if users could just swap all of their old pipettes for the latest ergonomic pipetting technology available? Well, now users can with Anachem's New Rainin LTS Swap Out Programme.

Where's the catch? Well there just simply isn't one. By signing up to the Anachem LTS Swap Out Scheme users can benefit from the latest pipetting technology in the new Rainin Pipet-Lite XLS pipettes, fixed consumable costs for two years and no pipette servicing costs for the first year.

This programme really will help users stretch their consumables budget and grants further whilst protecting everyone in the lab from the risk of developing Repetitive Strain Injuries.

It's simple to do. Just arrange a free Rainin LTS evaluation in users lab and discuss the opportunity of swapping their old pipettes for the most ergonomically advanced pipettes around.

There are no hidden or extra costs; we simply replace users old pipettes with brand new Rainin Pipet-Lite XLS LTS pipettes.


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