Manufactured from virgin polystyrene.
Accurate graduation, easy to read, color-codes by size for identification.
Available with 6 capacity of 1, 2, 5, 10, 25 and 50ml
Serological Pipettes are supplied gamma radiation, available with bulk package or in a paper/ plastic bag.
A serological pipette is a type of laboratory pipette designed for the measurement and transfer of liquids in the fields of biology, chemistry, and medicine. It is commonly used in applications where precise volumes of liquids need to be dispensed or transferred. Serological pipettes are often used in cell culture, microbiology, and various laboratory procedures.
Here are some key features and characteristics of serological pipettes:
Serological pipettes are typically graduated with volume markings along the length of the pipette. These markings allow users to measure and dispense specific volumes accurately.
Many serological pipettes have color-coded bands to help quickly identify different volume capacities. The color coding assists in selecting the right pipette for a particular application.
Serological pipettes are often designed for single-use and are sterilized to prevent contamination. They may come individually wrapped or in racks to maintain sterility until they are ready for use.
Serological pipettes are commonly made from transparent materials such as polystyrene or polyethylene. The transparency allows for easy visualization of the liquid being transferred.
There are two main types of serological pipettes: glass and plastic. Glass pipettes are often used in more specialized applications, while plastic pipettes are widely used for routine laboratory work due to their disposability and reduced risk of breakage.
The upper end of a serological pipette typically has a bulb or pipetting aid, which is used to draw and dispense the liquid. The bulb may be made of rubber or another flexible material.
Serological pipettes are available in various sizes and may have different tips, such as straight or angled tips. The choice of pipette depends on the specific application and the volume of liquid being handled.
Accuracy and Precision:
Serological pipettes are designed to deliver liquids with high accuracy and precision. However, the actual accuracy may depend on factors such as the pipetting technique, temperature, and the properties of the liquid being pipetted.
When using serological pipettes, it’s essential to follow proper pipetting techniques, use the appropriate pipette for the desired volume range, and follow any specific protocols or guidelines provided by the manufacturer or laboratory procedures.
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