Pipettes can always get better!
The new Pette pipettes from IKA, a leading global supplier of laboratory/analytical equipment and process technology, are designed to combine all the most popular features of a laboratory classic.15 Mar 2019 Trendspots Editorial Office
The IKA Group is one of the world's leading suppliers of laboratory/analytical equipment and process technology. The owner-run company is a global player, with subsidiaries in the United States, China, India, Malaysia, Japan, Brazil and Korea. Its portfolio of laboratory and analytical equipment includes magnetic and overhead stirrers, dispersers, shakers, mills, rotary evaporators, calorimeters, laboratory reactors, centrifuges and thermostats. IKA's Process Technology division, meanwhile, develops and supplies stirring, mixing and kneading solutions. The new Pette pipettes are one of IKA's latest developments. Available in a total of 18 different models, they are described by the manufacturer as combining all the most popular features of a laboratory classic.
Large displays, a durable construction and ergonomic grips are designed to make Pette fix and vario pipettes ideal for frequent use. All models are fully autoclavable and easy to sterilize. The large mechanical display makes it very easy to read off the volume, even during pipetting. What’s more, three interchangeable ergonomic grips ensure the lightweight pipettes sit very comfortably in the palm of the hand, and the cone design is suitable for all standard tips. IKA Pette fix and vario pipettes also offer excellent shock, UV and chemical resistance. User-friendly calibration and maintenance can be performed independently or by the IKA service team. Laboratory staff are welcome to order pipettes via the IKA Application Center for testing or - even more practical - simply try them out at LABVOLUTION 2019.
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