Pipetting Posture Tips | Mettler Toledo Rainin
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Pipetting Posture Tips

Know How

Simple ways to implement good body mechanics

Practicing good bench posture while pipetting can significantly reduce your risk of pain or injury that accumulates after spending extended periods of time in the lab. 

Pipetting involves long hours and a lot of repetition that, over time, can cause chronic muscular-skeletal disorders. With a good pipetting technique and body mechanics, you can increase accuracy and significantly reduce your risk of pain or injury.

This poster shows proper sitting, standing and pipetting postures to prevent strain on your body during prolonged hours at the bench. 

'Bench Posture – It Matters!' completes Rainin's series of Good Pipetting Practices lab posters. Follow our practical tips to maintain a proper posture when standing or sitting at the lab bench, and see how pipetting in a healthy way avoids chronic muscular-skeletal diseases.

A quick reference guide for pipetting, this poster is a great addition to the walls of any lab. We hope the tips will help keep you and your colleagues fit and fresh, even after hours of repetitive pipetting.

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