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BioPette Plus Autoclavable Pipettes
    BioPette Plus Autoclavable Pipettes
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    • BioPette Plus Autoclavable Pipettes

      SKU: P3942
      Product Code: labnet-biopette-plus-auto-pipettes
      Vendor: LabNet
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    Exceptional Comfort

    These precision laboratory autoclavable pipettes are designed with a finger hook for exceptional comfort and easy single-hand operation. Lightweight and well balanced, the BioPetteŠ Plus pipettes fit comfortably in either the right or left hand and offer very low plunger forces. Chemically resistant, maintenance-free seals and finely polished pistons provide unsurpassed accuracy sample after sample. The continuously adjustable, digital micrometer is slightly recessed with a volume lock to prevent unintentional change while pipetting. For convenience, volume can also be adjusted by turning the push-button.

    Ergonomic and Universal Autoclaving

    Ergonomically positioned, the tip ejector reduces fatigue during prolonged use. BioPetteŠ Plus pipettes have a universal shaft that will accept most pipette tips. The stainless steel tip ejector is adjustable to accommodate various styles of tips and removable for pipetting into narrow tubes. The BioPetteŠ Plus pipettes are fully autoclavable. Eight models cover the volume range from 0.1 μl to 10,000 μl. A calibration tool is included with each unit for easy in-lab recalibration. Pipettes are individually tested and supplied with a certificate of quality.

    • Superior accuracy and reproducibility in accordance with EN ISO 8655
    • Continuously adjustable volume selection with Volume Lock
    • Low plunger forces
    • Adjustable and removable stainless steel tip ejector
    • BioPetteŠ Plus four pack available

    “I am a graduate student at the University of Colorado in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Our lab has been using Labnet pipettes for many years, and we have been very happy with them!”


    Brian Stucky
    Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
    University of Colorado, Boulder, CO