When pipetting large volumes of solution, there are only a few tools on the market that will help speed along the task. The most popular tool for the job is the serological pipette. These pipettes have several features that makes them perfect for any lab. Pipette.com has composed the top features you should keep in mind when reaching for your serological pipette.
While the old 3-valve pipette filler and pipette bulb is great in its simplicity, newer motorized pipette controller technology provides a myriad of benefits for your laboratory. If you are looking to upgrade your pipetting game, an ergonomic controller will save you time in the lab and reduce fatigue. Controllers are a great way to pipette
What You Should Know Prior to Working with Pipette Tips from Pipette.com
If you’re in the lab on a regular basis, pipetting is likely something that you can do in your sleep. Despite your level of skill, it’s always good to practice your pipette skills in order to remain at the top of your game as in the lab, it’s all about accuracy and even the smallest mistakes can skew the results of your experiments. At Pipette.com, our staff has compiled some essential tips for working with pipette tips below. Read more
Although repeater pipettes are on the advanced end of the pipette spectrum, their flexibility to set and dispense specific volumes of solution into multiple tools without having to aspirate makes them a very effective and efficient tool.There are various differences between repeater pipettes and other types including the following: Read more
Did you know that the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is an area between Hawaii and California in which marine debris lies? The debris is located in the North pacific Gyre which has trapped approximately 100 million tons of litter in its currents. The majority of debris is comprised of PLASTIC!
There is a massive garbage patch in the Pacific Ocean. In fact, there are trash vortexes in each of the 5 oceanic gyres. The size of these trash vortices are debatable, but the facts remain, our oceans are littered with plastic and the trend is going in the wrong direction! Read more
What is the right pipette tip for you?
When you’re shopping for pipette tips its easy to get lost in all the options, from bulk tips to macro tips, there is a range of choices for every application. To help you sort through the ocean that is the pipette tip market, we’ve compiled a basic list of pipette tips. While this is not a comprehensive list of every single pipette tip on the market, it is a list that includes the most common pipette tips. Read more
E-Cig enthusiasts are you looking to mix, measure and transfer your e-juice, vg and pg?
These are our best sellers for the mixing, measuring, and transferring liquids in the E-Cig process.
Take A Look at 3 Eppendorf Pipettes You Should Know More About
If you’ve ever stepped foot in the lab, then you’ve heard of Eppendorf®. How could you not? Veteran lab technicians know how efficient and extraordinary Eppendorf pipettes are – they’ve become the standard for what pipettes should be. They are durability constructed, ergonomically designed, and highly efficient. Eppendorf has a long line of pipettes, all cater to a variety of applications. To help you navigate through the masses, we’ve compiled a short list of Eppendorf pipettes you should know about: Read more
Resources to help you use a micropipette
Micropipettes are a commonly used in laboratories to aspire and dispense liquid, usually down to 0.1 uL. They’re an essential part of the laboratory and if you work in a lab its very likely that you’ll have to use one. Whether you’ve never used one or you’ve utilized one for years, its always good to to refine your skills. Not only is a micropipette a crucial part of the lab, it is also an expensive one. Be sure to take care of it and have it calibrated at least once a year. Read more