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Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces High Precision Bottle-top Dispenser Range

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., has introduced a new range of bottle-top Thermo Scientific Finnpipette® Dispensers. The six models cover all volumes from 0.2 mL to 60 mL with very high consistency, precision and reproducibility due to the careful design of all components. The Thermo Scientific Dispenser range is the latest addition to the company’s manual liquid handling products, offering users reliability across all their dispensing requirements at every volume.

A number of user-friendly and ergonomic features are integrated into the Thermo Scientific Finnpipette Dispensers, such as precise click-stop volumetric adjustment for rapid and precise volume setting. The piston handle is ergonomically designed and non-slip, making dispensing safe, accurate and fatigue-free. The highly resistant, maximum-purity aluminum oxide ceramic piston ensures unit stability and safety, with micrometer volume accuracy. Furthermore, to prevent carryover between different liquids, the entire unit can be sterilized without being dismantled, and if more rigorous cleaning is required the valves can be removed. In addition, the threaded suction hose ensures that there are no bubbles during suction, and the dispensing head cap prevents unwanted drips, essential when using toxic compounds.

All of the materials used in the Thermo Scientific Finnpipette Dispensers, are designed to supply the best functionality for each component, ensuring they can be used safely with the vast majority of laboratory liquids. The attention to detail in the design produces user-independent consistency with the precision and reliability common in all Thermo Scientific Finnpipette products.

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Source: Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. View latest company information

Posted: March 12, 2007
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