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Posted on March 29, 2022 by Pipette Tip 
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Filter Pipette Tips

Safetyspace Filter tips feature the unique safety space air gap, so your sample never touches the filter. They offer optimal protection for your work from cross contamination and enable you to use the full volume of the tip with any pipetting mode. The filter pipette tips, also known as the aerosol barrier tips, serve the basic purpose of protecting your pipettes from aerosols and aspirating volatile or viscous solutions, avoiding contamination and damage of the pipette. The filter tips are pre-sterilized and are DNase/RNase-free, and are fitted inside the proximal part of the tip. These Globe Scientific STERILE filter pipette tips are manufactured from clear high-quality polypropylene (PP). Special processing renders these tips hydrophobic for exceptionally low sample retention. The tips are certified DNase free, RNase free and non-pyrogenic.


Standard Pipet Tips

Standard pipette tips for air displacement pipettes; volumes from 0.1uL to 10mL, non-sterile & sterile, boxed or bulk packaging. ULR & filter tips also. Cardinal Health Pipette tip with pliable open and beveled orifice offers improved fluid delivery and less wear on shaft. Help prevent enzyme and nucleic acid contamination. Precise tip allows for accuracy and fluid recovery. All BRAND pipette tips are produced using the most advanced cleanroom techniques to ensure consistently high quality. The tips are manufactured in an environmentally friendly manner using only high-purity polypropylene, free from oleamide and diHEMDA - additives which can interfere with biological tests. Available non-sterile or BIO-CERT® sterile in a variety of packaging options (bulk, TipRefill, TipStack™, TipBox), tip volumes range from 0.1µL to 10mL.

Selecting the Right Pipette Tip | Thermo Fisher Scientific

When it comes to selecting the right pipette tip for your lab's application, the choice can seem daunting. So how do you go about making the right selection? The type of experiment you are performing and the physical properties of the liquid will determine the correct pipette tip to use. Thermo Fisher Scientific enables our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. Choosing a high-quality pipette tip is important to: Maintain maximum accuracy. Prevent experimental errors. Minimize the amount of air that is drawn due to the space between the pipette and its tip. This may result in incorrect aspiration of the liquid. Let us now understand the different types of pipette tips.


10ml Pipette Tips

10ml Clear Macro Pipet Tips Axygen Universal Tips are designed to fit a wide variety of single and multi-channel pipettors, compatible with most popular brands of pipettors. These polypropylene tips are certified to be RNase-/DNase-free and nonpyrogenic. They are available in Maxymum Recovery, bevelled, Eppendorf-style. BRAND 10 ml pipette tips are approximately 15 mm in Ø and 156.5 mm in length. Tips fit BRAND and Eppendorf 10 ml pipettes Made under cleanroom conditions Box is repeatedly autoclavable for economy All tips are produced under cleanroom conditions. Bulk tips are packaged in resealable bags.

5 Ml Pipet Tips at Thomas Scientific

Serological Pipet. labForce® (a Thomas Scientific Brand) labForce brand serological pipets are manufactured from optically clear polystyrene in a class 100,000 cleanroom. Both the pipets and individual wrappers are color coded for easy volume identification. Available in 1mL, 2mL, 5mL, 10mL, 25mL and 50mL. Perform routine laboratory pipetting quickly, economically, and accurately. Two models dispense from 0.1 to 1 ml or from 1 to 10 ml in 0.1 or 1.0 ml increments, respectively. The pipet saves time, reduces glassware cleanup, and assures accuracy.


FAQ of Pipette Tips

What size of pipette should I use?

As a rule of thumb, always choose the smallest pipette capable of handling the required volume. This is important because accuracy decreases when the set volume is close to the pipette's minimum capacity. For example, if you dispense 50 µl using a 5,000 µl pipette, you will get rather poor results.

How do pipette and burette differ?

Both burettes and pipettes are analytical tools. However, the key difference between burette and pipette is in the release mechanism. Hence, burettes have a stopcock at the bottom while a pipette has a dropper like a system that releases liquid in the desired amount by lessening the vacuum.


What are some precautions when using a pipette?

  • Have Your Pipette Serviced Every 6–12 Months.
  • Check Your Pipette for Damage Daily.
  • Clean Your Pipette Each Day Before Use.
  • Store Your Pipette Vertically, Using a Pipette Holder.
  • Never Put Your Pipette on Its Side With Liquid in the Tip.
  • Use Well-Fitting Tips.

What are the most common errors in pipetting technique?

  • Failure to Pre-Wet Pipette Tip.
  • Disregarding Temperature.
  • Tip Wiping.
  • Choosing the Wrong Pipetting Mode.
  • Working Too Quickly.
  • Pipetting at an Angle.
  • Using the Wrong Pipette Tips.

Why are pipettes used for titration?

To measure the fixed volume of the acid solution, chemists often use pipettes. These are long glass tubes which measure a fixed volume, and are also more precise than using measuring cylinders.

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