21 - 23 May
Commonly used air displacement pipettes are highly accurate for most liquid dispensing applications. However, the viscosity, volatility, surface tension, and temperature of the solution can adversely affect the performance of these air displacement pipettes. Additionally, air displacement pipettes can cause higher risk of cross-contamination with biological samples and the residual carry-over of hazardous and radioactive liquids can endanger the end user. Learn more about the benefits of replacing air displacement pipettes with positive displacement pipettes like MICROMAN® E for problem liquids.With a positive displacement pipette, there is no piston in the pipette but in the disposable capillary, directly in contact with the sample. The depression created when the piston comes back up (push-button released) enables liquids to be aspirated. Thus, this aspiration force remains constant and unaffected by the characteristics of problem liquids. Experimental results obtained with positive displacement pipette like MICROMAN® E prove they are the best and fastest way to pipette microliter viscous, dense, surfactant, volatile, cold or hot liquids with high precision and accuracy. Many researchers have already made the convenient transition from air displacement pipette to positive displacement pipette. MICROMAN® E now also makes it as easy and comfortable to use as regular pipettes.
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