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Ovation® M Pipettes

New line of manual pipettes which combine ergonomic comfort and style with conventional volume settings.

By | February 27, 2014

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VistaLab Technologies, Inc. is introducing a new line of manual pipettes that combine the revolutionary ergonomic performance of its popular Ovation design, with a conventional analog volume setting capability. The Ovation M’s contoured shape and adjustable hook means a custom fit for every user in the laboratory. The unique design promotes ergonomically-correct posture during pipetting, such as neutral forearm and wrist positions, which allow muscle groups to function freely without restriction or stress. Significantly lower pipetting forces are also achieved with Ovation’s patented tip acquisition and discard system, and low force plunger. Each pipette is factory calibrated for accurate volume delivery and can be easily adjusted as needed to achieve accurate performance on dense or viscous liquids. Six color-coded models are available for precise liquid dispensing from 0.2μL to 1000μl.

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VistaLab Technologies Ovation M

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The Ovation M’s contoured shape and adjustable hook means a custom fit for every user in the laboratory.

Maximum Dispensing Volume1000μL
Channel(s)1
Pipette TypeManual Air Displacement
Dispensing Volume Range2 to 1000μL
Pipette Volume TypeVariable

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