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Burette Washer System

Burette Washer System
Product Code :  BUR-400-100Price:  £335.43 /each(Exc. 20% VAT)Saver Points: 670

Dedicated apparatus providing semi-automated burette and pipette rinsing and washing. Directions:


· Place burettes or pipettes in basket

· Place basket in soaking vessel for approx. 3 hrs with detergent

· Place basket in rinser and operate as below


The rinser fills via the spray nozzle situated on the top rim. This eliminates back-syphoning as the water inlet is located above and away from any contaminated waters. The contaminated water syphons out once the syphon point at the top of the rinser has been reached via the large diameter drain situated at the bottom, before refilling automatically. During washing the burettes/pipettes are housed in specially designed baskets which minimise breakages as they buffer the tips of burettes or pipettes against the soft polyethylene base.


Soaking takes the longest time so it is advisable to buy two or three baskets/soaking jars to allow further burettes/pipettes to soak whilst another full basket is being washed in the rinser.



· Washer Unit: 170mm x 990mm

· Soaking Vessel: 162mm x 650mm

· Basket: 145mm x 300mm

· Height of basket with handle: 730mm

· Height of basket with handle and extension handles: 960mm


The complete washer/rinser system includes: 1 x rinser, 2 baskets, 1 x soaking vessel and 1 pair of basket extension handles. All items are available separately.

Please note: Requires an outlet draining pipe to be attached and directed to a suitable sink or drain (available separately e.g. BUR-400-3250).


Also requires 10mm bore flexible tubing for the water inlet spray nozzle.

Dimensions | Washer unit: 170mm x 990mm; Soaking vessel: 162mm x 650mm; Basket: 145mm x 300mm; Height of basket with handle: 730mm; Height of basket with handle and extension handles: 960mm

Q = I can't fit the drainage pipe onto the washer drain outlet - have I been sent the correct part?
A = You have been sent the correct part but there is a bit of a knack to fitting it, in order for it to make a watertight seal. The Drainage pipe does fit very tightly to the rigid outlet pipe and the end of the drainage pipe needs to be heated first, using a hair dryer, to soften the plastic. It then needs to be turned or 'screwed' on to the rigid drainage outlet. It will fit more easily when turning the tube in one particular direction (i.e. clockwise or anti-clockwise) but won't fit so easily when turning it the other way. It should be fairly obvious which is best when you try it.

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