Transfer pipette, 7ml Capacity-Extended Tip - Large Bulb
One of the most common tools and devices inside any lab is the pipette. This is a lab tool, commonly used in chemistry, biology and medicine to transport a measured volume of liquid, often as a media dispenser. There are several designs and purposes with different levels of accuracy and precision. You need to choose the one that fits the best way possible your needs and lab researches or samples.
This kind is the most basic pipette in the area. You can use it for rough measurements only; however, it is still very important that you follow a standard pipetting technique no matter what measurement pipette you are using. This is a single piece plastic pipette, and its bulb can serve as the liquid-holding chamber. In this case, we are presenting you the 7 ml capacity with a large bulb and an extended tip transfer pipette.
About the functions, it is recommended that the user aspirates the liquid at a 90 degree angle, dispense at a 45 degree angle and touch off to make sure all the liquid is dispensed. These recommendations are a very important advice to follow to ensure the precision in your sample testing; this way guarantees less mistakes in the results, making them more reliable. The uses ranges from general purpose to sensitive lab research.
The pipette we are presenting to you has a 7ml capacity. The total length of the transfer pipette is 150mm. The stem diameter is 6.3mm. This is a large bulb transfer pipette so the bulb draw is 6.0 ml. Finally, the dropper/ml is 66. The bulb’s measurements are a very important detail, because this part of the pipette works as a deposit.
About the packaging, the transfer pipettes can come as 400 unit per box and 3200 per case, this category is the non-sterile type. There is also the option of packaging 1 per peel pack and 500 per case, 5 per peel pack and 500 per case, 10 per peel pack, 1500 per case, and 20 per peel pack and 1500 per case. These last four options have gone through the Ethylene Oxide Sterilization process. It is up to you to decide, which option is more appropriate for your laboratory, that decision depends on the way your lab works and on your needs.