Two pipetting systems designed for accurate liquid transfer in a range of applications spanning high-throughput pharmaceutical and biotechnology laboratories to small academic and industrial laboratories are now redesigned for enhanced comfort.

For decades, Thermo Scientific Finnpipette pipetting systems have been designed for exceptional productivity and ergonomic utility across thousands of laboratories and applications worldwide. The redesigned Finnpipette F1 pipettes and Thermo Scientific F1-ClipTip pipettes now have added features designed to improve user comfort and productivity:

  • Silent and effortless volume adjustment with a textured knob provides a firmer feel when setting volumes
  • A wider finger hook design and handle grip strips provide improved stability and a more secure, comfortable grip
  • The lightweight handle and lower plunger forces help reduce the risk of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)

“Effective liquid handling is critical to ensuring experimental accuracy and as such, users need dispensing tools that can repeatedly and reliably deliver accurate volumes,” said...

These two pipetting systems are uniquely designed for different application needs. F1-ClipTip pipettes feature an interlocking tip attachment that ensures a complete seal on every channel with minimal attachment and ejection force. Once attached, the tips are locked firmly in place and are designed not to loosen or fall off, regardless of application pressure. The F1-ClipTip pipettes are designed for medium-to-high-throughput laboratories that are concerned with ergonomics, sample security, speed and improved accuracy. The Finnpipette F1 pipettes deliver the same ergonomic benefit in a lightweight design that maximizes user comfort and reduces strain. The Super Blow-out technology for effective delivery of microvolumes makes the Finnpipette F1 an ideal system for applications that use expensive reagents and valuable samples.

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