Stop Pipetting Problems Ruining Your Experiments with MICROMAN® E
May 09 2017 Read 679 Times
Air displacement pipettes dispense most liquids at a high level of accuracy. However, the viscosity, volatility, surface tension, and temperature of the solution can adversely affect the precision. To help scientists counter those problems, Gilson offers its positive displacement pipette: MICROMAN® E.
The solution for high viscosity liquid pipetting
MICROMAN E positive displacement pipette with its Capillary Pistons helps scientists counter common pipetting problems that may affect accuracy and precision when working with viscous or volatile liquids. Problems they may have faced include: microliters of viscous liquids sticking to the tip of the pipette, volatile liquids creating leakage in the tip or even under-delivered hot liquids.
With a positive displacement pipette, the direct contact of the piston against the wall – like MICROMAN E does with the CPs – ensures accurate and precise dispensing even with viscous liquids.
No risk of contamination
MICROMAN E with its positive displacement principle also avoids contamination by isolating the aspirated sample from the inside part of the pipette, eliminating the air space between the piston and sample, to offer the highest precision.
It is the strongest barrier against residual sample carry-over, aerosol contamination, and cross-contamination when pipetting liquids such as DNA fragments, PCR templates, enzyme solutions and buffers.
With MICROMAN E, you protect your pipette, your sample and yourself!
Advanced ergonomic design
MICROMAN E ensures accuracy and precision with the highest ease-of-use and control through an ergonomic design with large action button, comfortable finger rest and visible volumeter on front of the body. A patented QuickSnap unique CP fitting system makes it the only positive displacement pipette as intuitive and simple to use as regular pipettes and tips. And a volume control button secures the manipulation from accidental volume changes.
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