Rainin Liquidator™ 96 Manual Pipetting System from METTLER TOLEDO

Manual high-throughput pipetting with Liquidator™ 96- and 384-well benchtop pipetting system.

Faster, better workflows

Pipetting all 96 wells simultaneously streamlines micro-volume applications, such as ELISA, qPCR, cellular assays, and protein crystallization.

With better precision and accuracy, METTLER TOLEDO’s Rainin Liquidator™ 96 simplifies any 96-well or 384-well plate application. This system is compact, needs no electricity, and available in two volume ranges—5 to 200 μL and 0.5 to 20 μL. Since it is a manual device, the Liquidator™ 96 is user-friendly and requires practically no training.

The Liquidator™ 96 video

Rainin’s 20 µL and 200 µL liquidators™ are precise, fast, and user-friendly. By observing the way scientists work and the way high-throughput pipetting fits into an overall workflow of a laboratory, Rainin built the Liquidator™ to provide excellent precision and accuracy with remarkably good ergonomics, requiring practically no training.

Manual Pipetting System | Rainin Liquidator 96


Save time

Arranging assays in 96-well plates using both single- and multi-channel pipettes is often arduous and time-intensive. The Liquidator™ processes 96-well plates in just 6 seconds each, without compromising on data quality and providing users more time to attend to more crucial operations, such as hypothesis-building and data analysis.


Reduce errors

Both single and multi-channel pipettes significantly increase the risk of repeating or skipping rows and wells on ELISA, qPCR, and other plate-based experiments. The Liquidator™ 96 removes this risk by filling all 96 wells simultaneously.


Pipette as low as 0.5 µL

With a wide range of 0.5 to 20 μL, the Liquidator™’s low-volume 20 µL version widens the range of 96-well protocols. Durable, user-friendly, and remarkably ergonomic, the Liquidator™ 20 µL and 200 µL provide maximum precision and accuracy specifications.


Increase speed and versatility

Since the Liquidator™ 20 µL and 200 µL are manual devices that need minimal training, they are instantly useful and usable by all laboratory staff. The 200 µL model is suitable for experiments like ELISA with volumes ranging between 5 and 200 μL, while the 20 μL model, with volumes as low as 0.5 μL, simplifies applications like qPCR.


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