Navigation Links
SofTouch 5-100 L x 12 Multi-Channel Electronic Pipette

ProductsSofTouch 5-100 L x 12 Multi-Channel Electronic Pipette
Company Hamilton Company
Item SofTouch 5-100 L x 12 Multi-Channel Electronic Pipette
Features 
Description The total ergonomic solution and best value in high performance electronic pipetting!
  • Soft, feather touch action and ultra lightweight design reduce hand fatigue and strain
  • Stress-free tip ejection with long, lever tip ejector
  • Color coding for easy volume identification
  • Accepts universal tips or for greater performance use Hamilton AdvanTip Low Retention and AdvanTip Precision Pipette Tips
  • Guaranteed accuracy and precision
Seven Programming Modes
  • Pipetting
  • Pipetting with Mixing
  • Multiple Dispensing
  • Reverse Pipetting
  • Diluting
  • Diluting with Mixing
  • Sequenced Dispensing
  • Plus five independent aspirate and dispense speed settings for optimal liquid handling.
    Info Hamilton Company
    Customer Service: (800) 648-5950
    Web site: http://www.hamiltoncompany.com/

    Related medicine products :

    1. SofTouch 50-1000 L Single Channel Electronic Pipette
    2. SofTouch 5-100 L Single Channel Electronic Pipette
    3. SofTouch 0.2-10 L Single Channel Electronic Pipette
    4. SofTouch 0.2-10 L x 12 Multi-Channel Electronic Pipette
    5. SofTouch 25-250 L x 12 Multi-Channel Electronic Pipette
    6. SofTouch 50-1200 L x 12 Multi-Channel Electronic Pipette
    7. SofTouch 0.2-10 L x 8 Multi-Channel Electronic Pipette
    8. SofTouch 25-250 L x 8 Multi-Channel Electronic Pipette
    9. SofTouch 50-1200 L x 8 Multi-Channel Electronic Pipette
    10. SofTouch 5-100 L x 8 Multi-Channel Electronic Pipette
    11. Eppendorf Research pro Electronic Pipette, 5-100 uL, single channel with charging adaptor
    .90mm (20G) guillotine cutting probe with 1.4mm (17G) removable irrigation sleeve...
    Cannula: .90mm x 28mm (20 G x 1 1/8 in) Handle: 9.3cm (3 5/8 in) long, Flute, .90 x 28mm, vacuum handle [Charles]...
    ...
    Designed for stab incisions...
    Medicine Products:
    (Date:10/2/2014)... Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter ... to a major highway may raise your risk for high ... 5,000 postmenopausal women, those who lived within 109 yards of ... developing high blood pressure than women living at least half ... this study highlight the importance of our physical environment on ...
    (Date:10/2/2014)... Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter ... and the District of Columbia now have a total of ... that has been infecting children since the summer, U.S. ... virus have died in recent weeks, but it,s not clear ... those deaths, officials said. Health officials are also trying ...
    (Date:10/1/2014)... An international team of scientists has shown that more ... treated with existing drugs. , The study found that ... cancers with a genetic mutation that is present in ... JAK inhibitors are currently used, or are in clinical ... and myeloproliferative disorders. , Bowel cancer is the second-most ...
    (Date:10/1/2014)... Patients with increased inflammation, including those receiving cytokines ... of depression. For example, a 6-month treatment course ... infection causes depression in approximately 30% of patients. ... as fish oil, have a long list of ... disease and reducing triglyceride levels. These nutritional compounds ...
    (Date:10/1/2014)... October 01, 2014 Marriagelifeinsurance.com has ... life insurance for retired couples. , Senior citizens ... financial security for their loved ones. A joint policy ... insured persons pass away. , Life insurance can ... life insurance can even be purchased online, as the ...
    Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Living Near a Highway May Be Bad for Your Blood Pressure 2Health News:Living Near a Highway May Be Bad for Your Blood Pressure 3Health News:42 States Reporting Respiratory Virus That Targets Kids 2Health News:42 States Reporting Respiratory Virus That Targets Kids 3Health News:Eighty percent of bowel cancers halted with existing medicines 2Health News:Omega-3 fatty acids may prevent some forms of depression 2Health News:Elderly Life Insurance - Find Life Insurance for Retired Couples! 2
    ... News) -- Bats and dolphins aren,t the only mammals that ... identify objects and navigate unfamiliar surroundings. Researchers have found ... published online May 25 in PLoS ONE , found ... the faint returning echoes, blind people were able to map ...
    ... drug that is commonly used to prevent organ transplantation ... finding from UNC scientists was reported in the May ... of surgery, said, " We now have a rationale ... reduces breast cancer growth in humans. Since Tacrolimus is ...
    ... converging in patient care at a faster pace than ... point-of-care health technologies like telemedicine to medical robots performing ... What,s next? Ask NJIT Distinguished Professor Atam Dhawan, ... Albert Dorman Honors College, chair of the the ...
    ... , THURSDAY, May 26 (HealthDay News) -- Caffeine, a ... nausea, anxiety and depression. Now, new research reveals that caffeine ... pregnant. By analyzing fallopian tubes in mice, researchers found ... from the ovaries through the fallopian tubes and into the ...
    ... News)-- Lists of the side effects for prescription medications ... an average of 70 per medication, a new study reports. ... and consumers of potential hazards, but this expansion may have ... health concerns, say the study authors, who argue the information ...
    ... that has been on the market for decades to treat ... be a possible therapy for vascular diseases, including atherosclerosis and ... Previously, researchers discovered that retinoids commonly used natural ... vascular disease by spurring into action a very particular segment ...
    Cached Medicine News:Health News:Blind People May Be Able to Use Echoes to Identify Objects 2Health News:Common transplant drug inhibits breast cancer growth, UNC laboratory study shows 2Health News:5 new hot spots where medicine and technology will converge 2Health News: Caffeine May Interfere With Fertility in Women 2Health News:Lists of Prescription Meds' Side Effects Keep Growing: Study 2Health News:Multitasking meds: Scientists discover how drug for leukemia, psoriasis, may tackle vascular disease 2Health News:Multitasking meds: Scientists discover how drug for leukemia, psoriasis, may tackle vascular disease 3
    (Date:10/1/2014)... 2014  Abaxis, Inc. (NasdaqGS: ABAX ), ... for the medical, research, and veterinary markets worldwide and ... markets in the United States , ... agreement with Patterson Veterinary Supply. Patterson ... of Abaxis veterinary products throughout the United ...
    (Date:10/1/2014)... DIEGO , Oct. 1, 2014  ResMed (NYSE: ... sleep and the first company to design complete sleep apnea ... educate women about the importance of a good night,s sleep. ... will challenge the myth that feeling tired is just part ... understand that sleep is a critical pillar of health, essential ...
    (Date:10/1/2014)...   Cypher Genomics, Inc., the genome informatics ... Ravenel as chief technology officer. Ravenel has more ... and a proven track record of designing and architecting ... has been recognized as a top designer and architect ... industry-wide for delivering innovative products that operate at scale ...
    Breaking Medicine Technology:Abaxis Announces Distribution Agreement with Patterson Veterinary Supply 2Abaxis Announces Distribution Agreement with Patterson Veterinary Supply 3Abaxis Announces Distribution Agreement with Patterson Veterinary Supply 4ResMed Launches Initiative to Help Women Get Better Sleep 2ResMed Launches Initiative to Help Women Get Better Sleep 3Cypher Genomics Appoints J. Patrick Ravenel Chief Technology Officer 2