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3520-Pipette Filler


3520-Pipette Filler

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Pipette Filler
50 ml, with a release valve to allow adjustment of liquid

3520 RED COLOR 10

Here are some common uses of pipette fillers:

  1. Precise Liquid Handling: Pipette fillers are used to precisely control the aspiration and dispensing of liquid volumes when working with pipettes. This is crucial in laboratory settings where accurate and reproducible liquid handling is required.
  2. Avoiding Contamination: Pipette fillers provide a barrier between the user’s mouth and the pipette, preventing the risk of contamination. Unlike using mouth pipetting, where there is a risk of introducing saliva or other contaminants, pipette fillers contribute to aseptic and contamination-free liquid handling.
  3. Ergonomic Pipetting: Pipette fillers are designed to reduce hand fatigue and strain during pipetting tasks. The ergonomic design allows for comfortable handling over extended periods, making them suitable for repetitive pipetting work.
  4. Various Pipette Types: Pipette fillers are often compatible with different types and sizes of pipettes, including volumetric pipettes, serological pipettes, and micropipettes. This versatility makes them suitable for a wide range of laboratory applications.
  5. Cell Culture Work: In cell culture applications, where precision is crucial for maintaining cell viability, pipette fillers are used for tasks such as aspirating and dispensing cell culture media, reagents, and other liquids.
  6. Molecular Biology and PCR: Pipette fillers are commonly used in molecular biology techniques, such as PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction), where accurate liquid handling is essential for successful experiments.
  7. Clinical Diagnostics: Pipette fillers are employed in clinical laboratories for accurate liquid dispensing in diagnostic tests, ensuring reliable and reproducible results in medical testing.
  8. Microbiology: In microbiology laboratories, pipette fillers are used for handling liquids in tasks such as microbial culture preparation, media dispensing, and other applications where precision is crucial.
  9. Sample Preparation: Pipette fillers are used in sample preparation for various analytical techniques, including liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry. Accurate liquid handling is vital for obtaining reliable analytical results.
  10. Chemical Analysis: In analytical chemistry, pipette fillers are used for precise liquid handling in tasks such as sample dilution, standard preparation, and other procedures where accuracy is paramount.
  11. Teaching and Training: Pipette fillers are often used in educational settings and training laboratories to teach students proper pipetting techniques without the risks associated with mouth pipetting.
  12. Reducing Cross-Contamination: The use of pipette fillers helps reduce the risk of cross-contamination between different samples, as they provide a controlled and sealed environment for liquid transfer.
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