Many customers choose Labnet International to supply their large laboratory equipment like incubators, centrifuges and agitators. When tasked with these purchase decisions, it can be easy to forget some of the smaller details, like your liquid handling tools. But this equipment is just as important to the productivity of your lab and the consistency of your results. Consider the Labnet International Labpette™ R Repeating Pipette.
One of the most common operations in a lab is pipetting; it is also one of the most prone to error. Thankfully, there are several steps you can take to improve your pipetting accuracy and ensure consistent results.
Haven’t tried electronic pipetting yet?
The good news is there are plenty of options available for pipetting of samples and reagents; if you’re a dyed-in-the-wool fan of manual pipetting, for instance, there are multiple sizes and styles to choose from. Labnet offers both single channel and multichannel pipettes with our BioPette™, BioPette Plus™, and LabPette™ product lines.
Pipetting is an incredibly common laboratory practice that’s used for a variety of applications. Pipettes are often used in laboratories for chemistry, biology and medicine research and development. For these labs, it is often crucial to be able to precisely control the volume of liquid that’s being transported and removed or added from a solution. For this and many other reasons, many of today’s modern laboratories are turning to motorized pipette controllers.
Anytime you make a purchase for your lab, it’s important that you do your research to ensure that you are making the best purchasing decision possible. Pipettes are an important piece of laboratory equipment, and this purchase deserves its fair share of scrutiny. While it’s important to shop around for the best quality and value, you will need to determine what kind of pipette you need before anything else. Consider some of the differences between the basic kinds of pipettes to determine which one is best for you.
Pipette Best Practices
High volume pipetting as part of daily lab work can quickly become routine. Before engaging the autopilot during this vital lab task, take a minute to review these best practices.
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Pipettes, Pipette Controllers, and More!
New Fall Lab Savings Have Arrived Been on the hunt for new manual pipettes, electronic pipettes or pipette controllers? Now is the time to take advantage of excellent savings on all of your favorite liquid handling products with Labnet's Fall Lab Values.
These savings are available now through December 31, 2016 and includes awesome discounts to get you ready for 2017.
The Fall Lab Savings include discounts for many of Labnet's bestselling products, including:
Labnet Liquid Handling Products
No matter what your pipetting needs are, Labnet liquid handling products have you covered! Check out all of our liquid handling products now.
With all of the liquid handling options available on the market today, choosing the right product for your lab can seem like a confusing, oftentimes annoying chore.
From manual pipettes to electronic pipetting products, the range of products that’s available for your lab is pretty impressive. And while many products offer flexible options, depending on the duration and repetition of your pipetting, motorized products that can offer improved ergonomics without losing any pipetting accuracy may just be your best best.
This month kicks off Fall Lab Values savings featuring many of Labnet's most popular liquid handling products. But how can you know which products are right for your lab? Check out the slideshow below to get more details on all of Labnet liquid handling products, from electronic pipettes to pipette controllers!
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