A dispenser is a laboratory instrument used to continuously measure and move a fixed amount of liquid (mainly in mL). It is used in a wide variety of experiment processes in chemistry, molecular biology (biotechnology), medical science, experiments in the field of natural science in general, analysis of food and chemicals, food safety inspections and inspections in clinical examinations.
It is attached directly to the reagent bottle, and it is possible to dispense fixed quantities of reagents and solvents continuously. There are also models that can be sterilized in an autoclave (121° C, 20 minutes).
Autoclave (121°C, 20 minutes)
Sterilization Compatible / Organic Solvent Resistant.
Positive type displacement dispenser, in which the syringe takes in liquid with the plunger directly into the barrel. Since it attaches an original syringe as a unit, it is suitable for dispensing liquids with high viscosity and high density.
Sterilized Syringe Compatible / Multi-Channel Compatible
An air pump that attaches to an open-ended pipette (e.g. Pasteur pipette Mohr pipette, etc.) and electrically aspirates and dispenses liquid. It is used to measure hazardous reagents and bacterial fluids safely with various measuring pipettes. By setting the dial, the aspiration and dispensing speeds of liquids can be adjusted.
A pipette that has a liquid inlet tube attached, and can dispense liquid continuously by placing the inlet tube directly in a reagent bottle or another source.
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