How can Liquid Transfer Pipettes be used?

Pipettes are a very useful tool for transferring liquids from one container to another. They can be used to transfer liquids from one bottle to another, or to transfer liquids from one test tube to another. They can also be used to take samples of liquids for analysis.

They are also made from a variety of materials, including glass, plastic, and metal. Glass pipettes are the most common and can be found in most laboratories. Plastic pipettes are cheaper than glass and are lighter, making them easier to use. Metal pipettes are more resistant to heat and corrosion, so they are used in some specialized laboratories.

At Kalstein we have suitable, fully rugged pipettes that are used in a wide range of laboratory applications, and are especially useful for sample preparation and performing chemical reactions. They are also used in biology and medical research, and are often used for DNA and protein synthesis.

Correct use of Pipettes

A pipette is an instrument used to transfer liquids from one container to another, or to measure liquids accurately. They are used in many areas of science, such as chemistry, biology and medicine.

To use it, place the end of the pipette in the liquid to be transferred. Then, aspirate the liquid using the nozzle and keep the tip below the level of the liquid. To transfer the liquid to another container, the nozzle should be lightly pressed, for which a graduated pipette can be used, which has a mark indicating the amount of liquid that has been aspirated. In the case of glass pipettes commonly used in laboratories, they should be handled with care to avoid breakage.

Automatic pipettes are electronic instruments used to accurately transfer liquids and can be adjusted to dispense liquids in small amounts, making them ideal for laboratory applications where precision is required. They are used in many areas of science to accurately transfer or measure liquids.

Tips for proper handling of Pipettes in the Laboratory

Pipettes are a very useful tool in the lab, but they can also be a bit tricky to handle. If you are having trouble handling pipettes, here are some tips to help you:

The first thing to do is to make sure that the Pipettes are clean. Before using them, make sure they are free of dust and any other residue.

Make sure they are calibrated before use. This is especially important if you are working with corrosive liquids or toxins.

When filling them, make sure it is not too much. If the liquid spills, it may damage the equipment or cause accidents.

Use proper handling technique. Make sure your hands are clean and dry before touching them.

Exhale gently while holding the pipette. This will prevent the liquid from spilling.

Dissolve any foam that forms in the liquid before vacuuming.

Wash after use. Make sure they are completely clean before storing.

By following these tips, you will find it much easier to handle pipettes safely and effectively.

Kalstein pipettes

We, at Kalstein, invite you to know our wide range of excellent quality equipment fully qualified for all types of laboratories. And in this opportunity, we offer you the Pipettes belonging to the YR series, they are made of glass or plastic and are provided with a funnel or mouth to fill them easily, and a graduation that indicates the volume of liquid they contain. If you want to know more about our catalog HERE We are manufacturers and we have the best advice, so that your purchase is ideal and at excellent prices. Visit HERE