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Pipettes and Its Different Types

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Pipettes are also known as droppers. Its main use is to transfer liquids from one container to the other. Most pipettes come with calibrations so they can also be used to measure the level of liquids

1.Pipettes can also come with different accessories in order to widen its uses and increase its functions. Here are the different accessories that can come with a pipette:

2.Tips – pipettes with tips are used to ensure that the volume of liquid is accurate and precise.

3.Pipettes with tips are usually used in places where accuracy is a must like in hospitals.

4.Pipettes with lighting systems – more often used in laboratories performing some experiments. These pipettes are often used with LCD technologies to have the source of light.

5.Pipettes with dispensers – no need for calibration with this kind of pipette.

6.Fillers – used in order to decrease the need for pipettes to fill the tube. It can automatically fill the tube for the pipette.
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