A single channel pipette is a handheld mechanical instrument used in many life science laboratories. Single channel pipettes accurately transfer small to medium volumes of liquids (typically 1 µL to 20 mL) through individual tips. Rainin single channel pipettes are highly accurate, extremely tough and come with autoclavable liquid ends.
The sure-fit handle, light springs and "stiction-less" sealing technology ensure smooth, light operation and reduce the risk of repetitive strain injuries. The fingerhook enables a relaxed grip.
To accommodate GLP/GMP compliance, the E4 electronic pipette makes it possible to password-protect pipette settings, protocols and service alarms. Service records, cycles and status data are completely tamper proof.
Rainin's Pipet-Lite XLS+ manual single channel pipette blends cutting-edge engineering and innovation to deliver highly reproducible results with exceptional comfort.
Service records, cycles and status data are recorded to the XLS+ pipette's embedded RFID tag and are completely tamper proof.
METTLER TOLEDO supports and services your pipettes through their entire life-cycle, from good pipetting techniques to preventive maintenance and calibration to equipment repair.
Single channel pipettes are available in manual and electronic models. The volume of liquid transfer, required precision and degree of repetition are factors to consider when choosing between the two. Single channel pipettes are compatible with almost all plasticware and glassware available to life science laboratories (e.g., PCR tubes, well plates, cuvettes and glass bottles).
Single-channel pipettes can be used to transfer liquids for many applications in life science due to their compact size and flexibility to adjust volumes. Single-channel pipettes can transfer any liquid sample from 1 µL to 20 mL from/to any plasticware or glassware including PCR tubes, well plates, microplates, cuvettes, flasks, petri dishes, vials, glass bottles, etc.
There are many single-channel pipettes offered on the market. But there are two reasons why Rainin single-channel pipettes are unique: