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Automatic Sipper System

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Aspiration system using a peristaltic pump head designed to read automatically a sample from a tube, beaker or flask.

The sample is sipped through the front aspiration tube and then moved to the flow-through cell for automatic reading. After the measurement the sample can be either be sent to waste or returned to the sample tube, ideal for precious samples.

An air gap volume can be set between two samples to avoid any cross contamination.

All sipping parameters can be programmed and stored along with the user method and include: sipped volume, air gap, settle time, auto read on/off and waste or return modes.

The sipper is fully controlled from either the built-in local software or via the Windows PC Resolution software.

•    Automatic Aspiration
•    Air Gap Volume Feature
•    Waste or Return Option
•    Local or PC Controlled
•    Ability to calibrate sipped volume
•    Choice of tubing kits

Product Automatic Sipper System
Company Biochrom Ltd - Product
Price Request a quote
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Catalog Number 80-7100-36
Quantity Unspecified
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Biochrom Ltd - Product
22 Cambridge Science Park Milton Road Cambridge CB4 0FJ UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1223 423723

Email: jo.butlin@biochrom.co.uk



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