Pipette Controllers are intended to be used in place of rubber bulbs to easily and precisely fill glass pipettes. The free-sliding plunger coarsely fills the pipette, and the knurled plunger screw completes fine volume adjustment. The Luer tip syringe termination allows easy connection of tubing to glass pipettes.
|84001||1 mL, Model 1001 LT Pipette Controller SYR, NDL Sold Separately|
Instructions - Pipette ControllerThe pipette controller syringe is a Hamilton Gastight® Luer Tip syringe modified with a special free-sliding, thumb-wheel plunger. The syringe is supplied with 41 mm (1-5⁄8”) of clear vinyl tubing, 3 mm ID (0.125”) x 6 mm OD (0.250”), to attach a pipette to the syringe’s luer tip. The syringe draws liquids into the pipette (liquids do not enter the syringe barrel).
Are the Hamilton SoftGrip pipettes easy to handle and ergonomic?Yes. An ergonomic study of the Hamilton pipettes vs. most major brand pipettes was performed by a third party company. The Hamilton pipettes came out #1 on all the ergonomic parameters that were tested. The Hamilton SoftGrip pipettes have been recognized and received industry awards for outstanding design from: Industrial Designers Society of America Business week/Medical & Scientific Products The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design For a copy of the Ergonomic Study please contact Hamilton Company.
Why should I use the Hamilton Low Retention pipette tips?Fluid retention is virtually eliminated and Hamilton low retention tips are not siliconized, therefore no sample leaching. You can also expect more reliable results and a reduction in reagent costs of typically 10 - 15%. This is a great benefit especially when working with low volumes of precious samples or with expensive reagents.
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