Now available from A&D Australasia , the AD-1690 pipette leak tester can instantly determine whether a pipette needs repairing or not.
Most pipette failures happen due to damaged seals, o-rings, pistons, or tip-holders compromising the air-tightness of the pipettes. Now, with AD-1690 pipette leak testers a quick test can be taken in less than five seconds to rule if a device passes or fails an air pressurisaton test. This test immediately indicates if the pipette requires attention or repair.
The AD-1690 leak tester detects by depressurisation and works on an evacuation principle instead of an injection method. This prevents foreign particles from being pulled into the device, potentially causing damage.
Furthermore, a replaceable air filter is built into the AD-1690 pipette leak tester to protect it from dust when it takes in air.
The AD-1690 leak tester comes with three attachments for pipette testing, allowing the testing of pipette volumes of 1µl to 10,000 µl. Data can be output to a peripheral device via the RS-232C interface.