Hach TenSette Pipets

The Hach TenSette Pipet is a precision device for dispensing small quantities of liquids.


  • 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 minimal service. Ten separate volumes can be selected simply by dialing the desired setting.

Non-wettable polyethylene pipet tips ensure the 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.

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