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Pipette –For Maximum Accuracy in Liquid Measurement

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Default Pipette –For Maximum Accuracy in Liquid Measurement



Pipette as per definition is the evaluating instrument comprising of a calibrated glass tube employed to evaluate or transfer accurate volumes of a liquid by absorbing the liquid into the tube.



The instrument is used for safe transfer of liquids within the laboratory for accurate, reliable and precise handling of liquids. While making precise measurements of liquids, exact handling is necessary, which has been made possible with these instruments.

pipet equipments are designed to work with minimum force. Laboratories may differ in functionalities and this is the reason why the capabilities of pipet has been advanced and ergonomically improved.
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