Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Plunger stroke pipette










Image Number 5 for United States Patent #8133453.

A plunger stroke pipette for replaceable pipette points with a seat for the detachable mounting of a pipette point, a plunger, a cylinder in which the plunger is movably arranged, a connection channel connecting the cylinder with an opening in the seat, a driving equipment, coupled to the plunger for displacing the plunger in the cylinder, an upper stopper and a lower stopper and at least one counter-stopper of the driving equipment and/or the plunger for limiting the stroke of the plunger, a holder, holding the lower stopper, an overstroke spring between the upper stopper and the holder, an adjustment equipment for adjusting the position of the holder with respect to the cylinder, and an indicating equipment for indicating the position of the holder.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Sensor apparatus and information processing apparatus
Method and apparatus for connecting signal lines of multiple layers to certain contacts while preventing connections with other contacts
Method for isomerisation of hop alpha-acids using heterogeneous alkaline earth metal based catalysts
Starch networks as absorbent or superabsorbent materials and their preparation by extrusion
Compact bus bar assembly, switching device and power distribution system
Method and apparatus for exercise monitoring combining exercise monitoring and visual data with wireless internet connectivity
Video surveillance system employing video primitives
  Randomly Featured Patents
Driver for driving a display panel
Induction type electrical multimeter
Dental film holder with developing and fixing fluid chambers
System and method for analyzing large logic trace array
3.beta.-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase inhibitors
Synchronized oscillator for continuous casting apparatus
Resistive memory device and operating method thereof
Scalable central memory switching fabric
Amino acid derivatives and their use as medicines
Arrangement for preventing overfill of anesthetic liquid