piccolo™ Bottletop Dispenser

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piccolo™ Bottletop Dispenser

Product and ordering information for the piccolo compact wiping seal Bottletop dispenser for dispensing small quantities of liquids in biochemical and medical research.

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Description

The piccolo™ is a compact wiping seal dispenser for dispensing small quantities of liquids. Made from high quality materials, its small size and semi-automatic operation make it a natural for standardized procedures and kits where small volumes of reagents need to be dispensed. The spring loaded piston design enables one-handed operation, and the discharge tube can be rotated over 360° so that it is always optimally situated with respect to the bottle label.

Product No. & Specs



The piccolo™ bottletop dispenser is supplied with: GL 28 thread, valve mounting tool, 150mm filling tube, and operating manual.

  Instrument Type
Volume Setting(s)
µL
A* ≤ ±%
CV* ≤ %
Cat. No.
  piccolo™ 1
100
3.0
0.4
V1610501
  piccolo™ 1
200
2.5
0.4
V1610502
  piccolo™ 1
250
2.0
0.4
V1610503
  piccolo™ 1
500
1.5
0.3
V1610504
  piccolo™ 1
1000
1.0
0.2
V1610506
  piccolo™ 2
100/250
2.0
0.4
V1611503
  piccolo™ 2
500/1000
1.0
0.2
V1611506
  piccolo™ 2
1000/2000
1.0
0.2
V1611508

A*=Accuracy, CV*=Coefficient of Variation according to DIN EN ISO 8655-5

Other volumes are available upon request.

Tech Info

Limitations of Use

This instrument is designed for dispensing liquids, observing the following physical limits:

  • Use between +15°C and +40°C (59°F and 104°F) of instrument and reagent
  • Density up to 2.2 g/cm³
  • Vapor pressure up to 500 mbar
  • Kinematic viscosity up to 200 mm²/s (dynamic viscosity [mPas] = kinematic viscosity [mm²/s] x density [b/cm³])

Operating Exclusions

Never use this instrument with:

  • Liquids attacking ETFE, FEP, PFA, PVDF and PTFE (e.g., dissolved sodium azide*)
  • Liquids attacking borosilicate glass (e.g., hydrofluoric acid)
  • Liquids which are decomposed catalytically by platinum-iridium (e.g., H2O2)
  • Solutions which decompose and form solid particles (e.g., Biuret reagent)
  • Explosive liquids (e.g., carbon disulfide)
  • Suspensions as solid particles may clog or damage the instrument (e.g., of charcoal)

(*Dissolved sodium azide permitted up to a max. concentration of 0.1%)

Manuals & SOPs

piccolo Manual

Technical Notes

Calibrating: Accuracy and Precision

Accessories & Parts

Available parts and accessories for piccolo™ include:

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Literature

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