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Hach TenSette Pipets

Hach TenSette Pipets

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The Hach TenSette Pipet is a precision device for dispensing small quantities of liquids. Rugged construction and precision manufacturing ensure prolonged use and dependability with a minimum of service.

Features

  • Dispense small quantities of liquids with precision
  • Saves time, reduces glassware cleanup, and assures accuracy
  • Perform routine laboratory pipetting quickly, economically, and accurately
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The Hach TenSette Pipet is a precision device for dispensing small quantities of liquids. Rugged construction and precision manufacturing ensure prolonged use and dependability with a minimum of service. Ten separate volumes can be selected simply by dialing the desired setting.

 

Non-wettable polyethylene pipet tips ensure quantitative transfer of aqueous solutions. For best results, always use a new tip for each pipetting operation. After being used several times, the pipet tip may retain some liquid, causing an error in delivery.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Hach TenSette Pipets 1970001 TenSette pipet with 100 tips, 0.1mL to 1.0mL
$292.00
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Hach TenSette Pipets 1970010 TenSette pipet with 50 tips, 1.0mL to 10.0mL
$292.00
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Hach Non-Sterile Pipet Tips 2185696 Non-sterile pipet tips for TenSette Pipet 1970001, 0.1mL to 1.0mL, 50 pack
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Hach Non-Sterile Pipet Tips 2199796 Non-sterile pipet tips for TenSette Pipet 1970010, 1.0mL to 10.0mL, 50 pack
$12.35
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Hach Sterile Pipet Tips 2558996 Sterile pipet tips for TenSette Pipet 1970010 (individually wrapped), 1.0mL to 10.0mL, 50 pack
$80.55
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