Multi-Channel Adjustable Volume
With the multi-channel pipettes you have the option of either a 5 µL - 50 µL or 30 µL - 300 µL in both the 8 and 12-channels. With the unique, long tip ejector lever and movable lower body can be rotated a full 360° relative to the handle to provide maximum comfort for left- or right-handed use. The isolated volume adjustment makes it so there's no need for a locking mechanism to prevent accidental volume adjustment. Our new generation of pipettes has a dual indicator that improves the volume adjustment accuracy by removing the parallax errors. SoftGrip pipettes have a universal calibration key that reduces the need for costly calibration services. Calibration requires only minutes to perform and eliminates the downtime and cost of alternative calibration methods. The SoftGrip tip nozzle ensures a proper fit with universal pipette tips. Unique color coding and labeling clearly indicates the working ranges of the adjustable volume pipettes.
Are the Hamilton SoftGrip pipettes autoclavable?Yes, the Hamilton adjustable volume, fixed volume and multi-channel pipettes are autoclavable at 121°C without the need of disassembly or recalibration.
Why are the Hamilton pipettes autoclavable?All materials used in the SoftGrip pipette, including those in the upper body, are autoclavable. Many competitior models contain materials in the upper body that cannot withstand autoclaving, causing melting or warping that leaves the pipette unusable.
When I want to autoclave the Hamilton SoftGrip pipette, do I need to do anything special to the pipette prior?It is suggested to loosen the lower body of the Hamilton pipette and placing it inside an autoclave bag before autoclaving. Doing so may extend the life of the pipette.
Work with R&D engineers to customize Hamilton parts
Hamilton's "Custom Built" program puts you directly in contact with a Hamilton R&D Engineer to discuss your application and product needs. The engineer will point you to a standard solution or propose a customized solution to meet your needs.Talk to an engineer