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Integra Biosciences

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Electronic Pipette

Integra Biosciences

Designed to enable labs to process samples simply, the VIAFLO 384 is a handheld 384-channel electronic pipette that allows the transfer of 384 samples simultaneously. The VIAFLO 384 offers good sample throughput as well as low sample and reagent us...

Reagent Reservoirs

Integra Biosciences

Adopting a standard ANSI/SLAS footprint, an extended range of reagent reservoirs (100 mL and 300 mL) is available. The reservoirs are compatible with most liquid-handling systems including Viaflo 96 and Viaflo 384 handheld multichannel electronic p...

Adapter for Electronic Handheld Pipette

Integra Biosciences

In combination with a Viaflo II electronic handheld pipette, the Viaflo Assist adapter can automate pipetting protocols while maintaining parameters such as tip immersion depth and pipetting angle. To use Viaflo Assist, one mounts the electronic pi...

Motorized Adjustable Spacing Pipette

Integra Biosciences

The Viaflo Voyager is a handheld multichannel pipette featuring motorized adjustable tip spacing. It is designed to enable productivity gains in applications such as qRT-PCR where loading of samples into microplates has traditionally been a time...

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