Autodrop Pipettes

Autodrop Pipettes are based on piezo-driven inkjet printing technology. The fluid is aspirated through the nozzle tip into the glass capillary. The integrated piezo actuator induces a shock-wave into the fluid contained in the pipette, which causes a droplet to be emitted from the nozzle.

AD-K-901

Autodrop Pipette, storage volume 37 μl
Viscosity range: 0.4 ... 20 mPas *
Standard inner nozzle diameter: 30 μm, 50 μm, 70 μm
Droplet volume: 20 ... 180 pl *
Storage volume: approx. 37 μl
Dead volume: approx. 14 μl
Materials in contact with fluid: glass (PEEK, FEP, ETFE, PTFE)**

AD-K-501

Autodrop Pipette, storage volume 25 μl
Viscosity range: 0.4 ... 20 mPas *
Standard inner nozzle diameter: 30 μm, 50 μm, 70 μm
Droplet volume: 20 ... 180 pl *
Storage volume: approx. 25 μl
Dead volume: approx. 12 μl
Materials in contact with fluid: glass (PEEK, FEP, ETFE, PTFE)**

AD-KH-501

Autodrop Pipette as Replacement tips for Perkin Elmer Piezorray, storage volume 25 µl
Viscosity range: 0.4 ... 20 mPas *
Standard inner nozzle diameter: 70 μm
Droplet volume: 180 pl *
Storage volume: approx. 25 μl
Dead volume: approx. 12 μl
Materials in contact with fluid: glass (PEEK, FEP, ETFE, PTFE)**

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