Hamilton Microlab ML600 Dispenser
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Which MICROLAB 600 Dispenser is right for you?

There are three different dispenser models available from the Microlab 600 family. Each dispenser is based on a positive displacement system that provides better than 99% accuracy, independent of a liquid’s viscosity, vapor pressure and temperature. Click on the products below for more information on the Single Syringe Dispenser, Dual Syringe Dispenser and the Continuous Dispenser.

Microlab 600 diluter

Single Syringe Dispenser

The Single Syringe Dispenser is ideal for dedicated dispensing applications requiring a single syringe drive. Improve accuracy, throughput, and consistency when compared to traditional laboratory equipment like serological and repeating pipettes.
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Microlab 600 dispenser

Dual Syringe Dispenser

The Dual Syringe Dispenser is perfect for performing aliquot, serial, simple, or titrate dispenses. The Dual Syringe Dispenser will accurately and precisely aspirate and dispense fluid at the touch of a hand probe button or the tap of a foot switch.
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Microlab 600 stand alone pump

Continuous Dispenser

The Continuous Dispenser is designed for time critical applications requiring repetitive dispensing. One syringe fills while the other syringe dispenses so the instrument is always ready. Perfect for integration into semi-automated or fully automated manufacturing lines.
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Innovative and Flexible

Traditionally with liquid handling instruments you would have to choose between Dispensers or Diluters, not so with the MICROLAB 600 series which includes innovative and flexible valve technology that offers all functions from the same instrument. The MICROLAB 600 series incorporates the new Universal Valves which are used on both the Single Syringe and Dual Syringe Instruments. Simply by using the Cross Tube and Valve Plugs, the instruments offer Diluter, Dispenser and Continuous Flow functionality.

You have essentially 2 instruments in one, supporting any application.

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