A pipette is a laboratory instrument used for accurately measuring and transferring precise volumes of liquid. It typically consists of a slender, tubular structure with a tapered or pointed tip, designed to facilitate controlled and accurate dispensing of liquids, often in microliters (µL) or milliliters (mL). Pipettes are essential tools in scientific research, clinical diagnostics, and various laboratory applications, ensuring the precise handling of liquids for experimentation and analysis.
To facilitate your purchase, the following is a compiled price list of sisco pipettes.
Pipette price list
|Multichannel Micropipette||SISCO-PIPET-MP300||0.5-10μL (8 Channel)||$295.22|
|5-50μL (8 Channel)||$309.89|
|50-300μL (8 Channel)||$309.89|
|0.5-10μL (12 Channel)||$317.38|
|5-50μL (12 Channel)||$332.05|
|50-300μL (12 Channel)||$332.05|
|Single Channel Volume Micropipette||SISCO-PIPET-M1000||Volume Range||Price|
|Plastic pipettes (50 pcs)||2ml||$144.43|
|Single Channel Electronic Pipette Controller||SISCO-PIPET-EP200||N/A||$218.75|
|Plastic pipettes (50 pcs)||$262.21|
Note: The prices in the table are for reference only. If you need a discounted quote, please contact sisco.
Cleaned pipettes need to be calibrated. Pipette calibration must be performed at room temperature (25+/-2°C). Refer to the instructions for use of the pipette. Different scales 10000\5000\1000\200ul must be calibrated separately. Remove the air bubbles from the pipetting head and select the scale to be calibrated. Place an empty container on an electronic balance with an accuracy of 0.1 mg and tare it. Press the add liquid key, add water to the empty container, weigh it, and record the reading. According to the national standard, the calibration of pipettes adopts the rule of "three-point testing (100%, 50% and 10% of the maximum range), six times per point", and suppliers usually choose two rules: one is simple calibration, That is, two-point testing (100% and 10% of the maximum range), four points per point; the second is strict calibration, which is three-point testing (100%, 50%, and 10% of the maximum range), ten points per point. Users select a rule based on their actual needs and then enter the calculation phase after completing the test. (Adjust according to the absolute difference between the average value and the actual value, and use a tool to tighten the spring buckle)