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SmartSquirt8 Micro-Perfusion System from AutoMate Scientific, Inc

ProductsSmartSquirt8 Micro-Perfusion System from AutoMate Scientific, Inc
Company AutoMate Scientific, Inc
Item SmartSquirt8 Micro-Perfusion System
Price $2,049.00
Description An entire pressurized perfusion system for small volumes of precious solution in physiology, biophysics, electrochemistry, or general liquid-handling research applications.
  • Deliver as little as 100 microliters of precious drugs. Switch between four or eight solutions in milliseconds from a single tip.
  • Minimize cross-contamination with BackStop back-flow prevention. Special 3-way relief valve design stops liquid flow quickly.
  • Uses standard 2.5ml cryo-tubes as reservoirs. Special 3-way valve design stops liquid flow quickly.
  • Convenient micromanipulator mounting (manipulator not included).
  • Easy ports for refilling reservoirs.
  • Low noise design for electrophysiology.
  • Available in 4 and 8 channels. Specify -100, -250 or -360 m tip
Info AutoMate Scientific, IncAutoMate Scientific, Inc
650 University Ave #5
Berkeley, CA 94710

Call AutoMate Scientific, Inc to buy products (US and Canada only; other locations use numbers below)
USA Canada 1-510-725-4910
Customer Service: 510-845-6283
Fax Number: 510-665-3975
Web Site: http://www.autom8.com
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