A pipette is one of the most extensively used tools in a laboratory. With so many techniques depending on the transfer of often minute sample volumes, accuracy and precision are essential.
Take a look at the full range available from Alpha Laboratories, including Sartorius' electronic and mechanical pipettes, and our own brand alpha+, for accuracy and economy within a modern design.
Single channel pipettes are the most commonly used pipettes in research and lab environments. They are used to dispense measured volumes of liquid from as little as 0.1µl. They are available in starter kits within the mLINE and Proline Plus ranges.
Multichannel pipettes reduce the workload of a single channel pipette when working with large volumes of samples. Using either an 8 or 12 pipette tip head, they are ideal for working with 96-, 384- or even 1536-well plates.
Pipetting accessories are available for both the Sartorius Biohit and Alpha+ range of pipettes, from Safe-cone filters to pipette stands.
Reagent reservoirs and vessels for automated and non-automated applications.
Compatible stands and holders are available for single and multi-channel pipettes. Choose from storage or charging stands and single position or multi-place options.
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Tacta premium manual pipettes make pipetting effortless and safe, while producing accurate and reliable results time after time.
Proline Plus is one of the latest generation Sartorius (Biohit family) pipettes. It's smart, modern style comes with advanced technology to deliver excellent performance in both research and routine applications.
Proline was the first Sartorius (Biohit) range and is established in laboratories worldwide. Reliable, durable and affordable, it's ideal for teaching and routine applications.
These lightweight, easy-to-use pipettes are robust and reliable, even in the most challenging environments. They provide unsurpassed accuracy at a very affordable price for true quality and economy.
The most ergonomic and sophisticated pipette in the market for laboratory professionals who demand the highest quality, safety and reliability in their work.
It is important to carry out regular checks on your instruments after they have been serviced and calibrated, to ensure they are working optimally and within specification.