A pipette is a laboratory tool used to accurately transfer or measure small amounts of liquid. The capacity of a pipette and the degree of precision with which the volume of a sample can be measured depend on its design. They are calibrated to ensure accuracy and to establish a known reference for measuring the volume of a sample. Although there are different types and sizes of pipettes, the principle of operation is the same, a small amount of liquid is aspirated into the top of the pipette and then exhaled into the bottom. Pipettes are calibrated regularly to ensure that they remain accurate.

Most pipettes require periodic calibration, which can be done by the manufacturer or a specialized laboratory. If calibration is performed in the laboratory, it is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions to ensure that the pipette is calibrated correctly.

Types of Pipettes a Laboratory may need

Liquid Handling Multi-channel Pipettes YR03736

YR Pipettes Series are a new mechanical. Air-displacement pipette that offers you a volume lock and that is...


Liquid Handling Pipettes YR03734 / YR03734-8

YR Pipettes Series are a new mechanical. Air-displacement pipette that offers you a volume lock and that is one of the...


Pipette Rack YR03743 – YR03744

Enjoy and organized workplace witj our rotating pipette stand. Pipette attach to the stand by the handle, not the...


Repetitive Pipette YR03742 / YR03742-6

YR Repetitive pipette and tips work on the direct displacement principle. This offers the highest-precision dispensing...


Our best-selling Laboratory Pipette

YR Pipette Series are desgined and manufactured to provide you with a range of robust, accurate and precise pipettes. These models is a fixed volume, air-displacement pipette

Product Features

  • 121°C Sterilization for low-half part
  • Very low operating force
  • Colour indicates pipette volume
  • Positioned for perfect ergonomics

Analysis of the best Pipettes for your Laboratory

Types of micropipettes 

Micropipettes are very precise measuring instruments for handling aqueous solutions. Within this type of micropipettes we can differentiate the manually operated (analog) ...


Laboratory micropipettes

A micropipette is a laboratory device used to absorb and transfer small volumes of liquids. The volumes that can be captured by these instruments vary according...


Micropipettes: What type of tips do you use?

The micropipette or automatic pipette is a device used for taking samples in very small volumes, measured...


What are the types of laboratory micropipettes?

A micropipette is a laboratory instrument used to absorb and transfer small volumes of liquids, and to allow ...


Catalog of Pipettes models on offer


Guides for you to become an expert in Pipettes

Pipettes are essential products in a laboratory, we provide guides and recommendations for better use, so you can work as an expert...       

What are the types of micropipettes for laboratories?

A micropipette is a laboratory device used to absorb and transfer small volumes of liquids, and allow their handling...

Micropipettes: fixed, variable and multichannel volume

A micropipette is a laboratory equipment that is used to absorb and transfer small volumes of liquids and allow its...

Micropipette for the determination of glucose concentration

There are many different instruments that can be used to measure the concentration of glucose in a solution. One...

What is a micropipette? and its functions

Laboratory micropipettes are devices, ideal for liquid measurement needs that are carried out in these places, whether in clinical analysis, experiments or quality control tests. They are part of the laboratory instruments used to absorb and transfer small volumes of liquids...

Pipette video in operation

In this section you can find, our Pipettes in operation, packaged, receiving service, etc.

Pipettes in operation

Pipettes are small, thin tubes used to transfer small amounts of liquid from one container to another. They are commonly used in laboratories to measure and dispense small volumes of fluids.

Although they appear simple, pipettes require regular and careful cleaning to keep them functioning properly and to prevent contamination of the results of the experiences. As with any other equipment, cleaning should be performed according to the manufacturer's specifications.

Frequently asked questions about Pipettes from our customers

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