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Member since: 2016
Organization: Universitaet Konstanz
I would buy it again!
Application Area: Serial Dilution, Seeding cells, Staining protocol
"Easy to use manually and with viaflo, high reproducibility, very variable in use, easy to program "
Member since: 2012
Organization: Temple University
Application Area:ELECTRONIC 16 channel
"A versatile multichannel pipette with good flexibility for assay execution. It is great value for the price and has excellent precision. I highly recommend this pipette for assay development and execution. It is easy to program and change on the fly. "
VIAFLO II electronic pipettes feature an advanced tip fitting system and work with specially designed GripTip pipette tips. This system guarantees a perfect tip sealing and that tips will never accidently fall off. It also ensures that all GripTips are being loaded on the same height on a multichannel pipette, in order to allow reliable touch offs. Attachment and ejection forces are among the lowest on the market.
The VIAFLO electronic pipettes feature a colour display and an intuitive touch wheel user interface. This enables quickest volume changes and easy, ergonomic modification of pipetting parameters. Ten predefined protocols are available, such as Repeat Dispense, Serial Dilute, Sample Mix and more. In addition, up to 40 customized protocols can be created and stored on the pipette.
The VIAFLO electronic pipettes are available as single-, 8-, 12-, and 16-channel models
VIAFLO 16-Channel Electronic Pipettes are ideal for use with 384 well plates allowing you to tranfer an entire column in a single pass.
The range includes the following models with varying volumes: