IKA Pette vario 0.1-2 µl Pipette
An ergonomic feel combined with uncompromising precise performance: the IKA single fix and vario pipettes can be used for many applications in the modern laboratory.
Colour coding simplifies the rapid selection of a suitable pipette. Resistance to impact, UV and chemicals ensures that the tip cone provides long-term reliable dosing.
The PETTE fix and vario are fully autoclavable, therefore ensuring easy sterilization. This guarantees fault-free, precise and safe operation.
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- Ergonomic design
IKA pipettes are delivered including exchangeable grips in different shapes and materials. Therefore it is guaranteed that they fit well in the palm of the hand. The minimal frictional and spring forces also ensure dosing with ergonomic handling; without any effort.
One-handed adjustment of the volume is possible using the multifunctional knob. Moreover, the pipette tip can be released, regardless of the hand position, while the volume adjustment is securely locked.
- Durable construction
The tip cone and piston are coated with a high quality diamond-like carbon (DLC). The design is functional and minimalistic. This combination guarantees particularly robust pipettes and reliably meter day by day in the long term.
- A large display
The display shows the set volumes in easily read characters. The deep position also allows reading while pipetting, without changing the hand position.
- User-friendly calibration
The IKA software used for planning, performing and recording calibration tests for PETTE fix and vario is particularly user-friendly.
- Simple maintenance and adjustment
The volume unit with piston and seal can be disassembled and cleaned in just a few simple steps. If adjustment is necessary, it can be done without any additional tool.
- Max. Volume Tip: 10 µl
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