Higher Efficiency in the Lab
Fast, accurate and efficient, Liquidator? 96 is designed to speed high-throughput application workflows, without complicated programming or dedicated technician time.
1. What are pipetting stations?
Pipetting stations are benchtop liquid handling systems that allow a user to pipette into 96- and 384-well plates with far fewer steps and greater accuracy than when using single, 8- and 12 multichannel pipettes. Pipetting stations range from manual and semi-automated to fully automated. In general, manual and semi-automated stations are more appropriate for research labs, while fully-automated systems are more common in production environments. As a general rule, labs that prepare more than five plates a day will benefit from a pipetting station.?
Three volume ranges
Three interchangeable heads for versatility: 0.5-20 μL, 5-200 μL and 100-1000 μL.
The touchscreen and clear graphic menus are so intuitive, BenchSmart 96 requires little – if any – training.
Preset modes include Basic, Advanced, Multi-dispense, Dilute, Reverse Volume Sequencing, Mixing and AutoPace.
User has absolute control over the speed of movement, position of tips over a plate and order of plate filling.
Simplifies and speeds workflows by reducing, if not eliminating, the need to swap out tips and reservoirs.
BenchSmart takes up very little bench space.
Two volume ranges
0.5-20 μL and 5-200 μL models offer high accuracy and precision.
Fills 96 wells at once
Fast, virtually eliminates the risk of skipping or repeating wells.
High channel-to-channel consistency yields high quality analytical data.
No programming, training or even electricity required!
Accelerate experiments like ELISA and qPCR without sacrificing data quality.
Reliable and affordable
Built to exceptionally high quality and performance standards.
Stacked and racked tips
Available in 20uL, 200uL and 1000uL volumes
LiteTouch System LTS
Great channel to channel consistency and precision
From normal tip to filtered and pre-sterile tip formats
- What Does It Take to Produce High Quality Pipettes and Tips? Article from the 2nd issue of Focus 2014th magazine