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The Ergonomics of Pipetting

Forces are Affected by Pipette Selection

Good Pipetting Practice: The Ergonomics of Pipetting

Pressing manual pipette plunger: Home position (start dispense), first stop (full dispense) and second stop (blowout)

The process of pipetting is well understood by scientists around the world. Pipettes are ubiquitous, providing a simple mechanism to complete workflow requirements, from the starting liquid sample preparation to introducing the sample into a final analysis system. Using many different pipettes throughout the day is common and each unit may have its own unique challenges – high volume, low volume or multichannel. The ergonomic factors associated with a variety of pipettes and applications is an important consideration – poor ergonomics can lead to fatigue, pain and the risk of injuries.

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