We offer a variety of pipette tips and pipettors for small volume liquid dispensing from leading brands including Eppendorf® Combitips Advanced® and ep Dualfilter T.I.P.S.®, Corning® DeckWorks™, Lambda® and Isotip®, ART® barrier tips and SoftFit L Reload System™, and BRAND® HandyStep®, Transferpettor, BIO-CERT, and PD-Tips. For the quality assurance you need for molecular biology and cell culture, Corning® Costar® Stripette® or KIMAX® 51 serological pipettes are hard to beat. Coupled with the MilliSentials™ aliquoting pipette controller, Eppendorf® Easypet®, or BRAND® accu-jet® pro pipette controller, you have a winning combination. For titrations and analytical chemistry techniques, the BRAND® BLAUBRAND® ETERNA volumetric pipettes are supplied with original batch certifications. With the addition of bottle-top dispensers such as BRAND® Dispensette® S and seripettor® pro, the dual syringe diluter Microlab® 625 from Hamilton®, and KDS Legato™ syringe pumps, we have a comprehensive portfolio for general lab applications to meet your laboratory needs.
Pipette devices are used with pipette tips to aspirate and dispense fixed volumes of liquids.
Pipette tips are disposable attachments for aspirating and dispensing measured volumes of liquids using a micropipette. Pipette tip selection depends on various factors:
Pipettors and pipet controllers are used to draw liquid into serological and aspirating pipets for measurement and dispensing.
Pipets are graduated glass or plastic tubes used in serology, cell culture, and chemistry to measure precise volumes of liquid. They rely on the use of a pipet dispenser such as a bulb, pipettor, or pipet controller to draw up liquid for measurement and dispensing. Glass pipets may be reusable, provide high accuracy measurement, and are compatible with harsher solvents. Plastic pipets avoid the problem of glass breakage and are available in polystyrene (combining high measurement accuracy with the convenience of plastic) and polyethylene and polypropylene for broader chemical resistance.
Bottle-top dispensers are liquid measuring devices that attach to the top of the bottles to allow safe and reproducible liquid distribution without contamination. Bottle-top dispensers should be selected based on top diameter, material (to ensure chemical compatibility), and dispensing volume range.
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