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.
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When it comes to your lab, finding a liquid handling solution that will offer reliable results while also helping you streamline your workflow can be challenging. One option that can do all this while also providing a comfortable pipetting experience is the Labnet family of Excel electronic pipettes.
Good pipetting requires a real team effort that includes you and your lab personnel, the liquid handling instruments you use, and a sense of diligence when it comes to properly caring for your liquid handling equipment.