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Reduce Your Pipetting Stress

Jul 20 2006 Read 2877 Times

It is commonly understood that frequent and regular sample pipetting can cause stress and fatigue on hands and thumbs, and that traditionally pipettes have been designed to ensure sample accuracy rather than user comfort. Progen Scientific Ltd says it is a company dedicated to being different, because it supplies good value products at sensible prices. The company introduces the Accumax Pro digital pipette, a product designed not just for accuracy but also user comfort and labaratory budgets.

The Accumax Pro Digital pipette is an ergonomically design research micro pipette that both is functional and attractive.

The handle is made from a soft finger grip thermoplastic elastomer (TPE).
The TPE handle reduces stress and fatigue on hands and thumbs but importantly minimises transfer of heat to the pipette ensuring high accuracy during extended use.
The combined benefits of accuracy, affordability and reduced stress provided by the Accumax Pro Digital Pipette are available in a comprehensive range of nine pipettes dispensing volumes from 0.5ul to 5000ul.
The range is colour coded to ease use and stands are available holding four or six pipettes.

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