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Bottle-top Dispensers for Safe and Reproducible Liquid Distribution

Jul 16 2019 Read 452 Times

The Calibrex™ bottle-top dispensers are robust instruments with excellent chemical resistance. Intended for the safe and reproducible liquid distribution, the line includes 7 different sizes: 0.1-1 / 0.25-2.5 / 0.5-5 / 1-10 / 2.5-25 / 5-50 / 10-100 mL.

Calibrex™ organo 525 includes a ground glass or ceramic plunger, both suited for organics and non-crystallising solutions.

Calibrex™ solutae 530 has a glass or ceramic PFA coated plunger for trouble free distribution of salt solutions, weak and strong acids and bases.

The volume setting has a spring-loaded sliding cursor softly moves up and down along dual scale. An optional flow control stopcock for priming the dispenser allows the reagent to be recycled without loss or contamination. The valves, plunger, barrel and delivery jet are can be removed in seconds for cleaning. A printed QR code allows instant access to a chemical resistance chart. The instrument is fully autoclavable at 121°C.

Access to the calibration mechanism is easy as the integrated key is located under plunger cap. With a two-year warranty, each dispenser has its own serial number and stringent quality control is attested by an individual certificate.

Accessories such as extended delivery jet, dispenser holder, set for remote aspiration or telescopic feed tubing extend dispensing possibilities.

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