CappBravo Single Channel Pipette

Video   Dec 15, 2015

 

CappBravo makes manual pipetting as easy as never before! Capp Denmark has combined lightweight ergonomic design with the latest innovations in manual liquid handling to create CappBravo™, the most user friendly manual pipette on the market today.
CappBravo™ is constructed of the highest quality autoclavable materials and features feather light plunger and ejection forces. There is a built-in oversized indicator for easy volume monitoring and precise adjustment. With CappBravo™ all of these features arepackaged in a modern, streamlined, world-renowned Danish design. Experience Capp’s symphony of precise measurements and see for yourself why it is called Bravo!

Safety:
Fully autoclavable.
Positive indicator lock.

Ergonomics:
Ergonomically constructed hook for comfortable handling.
Smooth tip mounting and ejection.

Controls:
Oversized indicator.
Reduced force feather touch plunger and ejector.

Unique Features:
Metal shaft with double O-rings for ultra-micro sizes.
Ultra lightweight construction.

 
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