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Tuesday, 07 June 2011 22:12

Small plastic pipettes with specific drop size for use
in test kits (also pre-packed following customer specifications).


ul - pipettes

for use in test kits


For use in diagnostic test kits we have a large selection of very accurate disposable plastic ?l-pipettes for

dispensing blood, serum, plasma, urine, or other fluids such as Latex.

The various drop sizes, bulb sizes and shapes of these pipettes are able to meet the different requirements for

Diagnostic Tests such as Latex tests, RPR tests and Rapid Diagnostic Tests.


Several shapes and drop sizes

The pipettes without a bulb are supposed to dispense only one single drop.

Pipettes with a bulb can dispense several drops.

Some pipettes have a paddle. With this paddle you can spread the liquid on the test card.

This provides the advantage of dual-usage, as dispensing pipette and as a mixing stick.

Pipettes are available with different drop size.

The most popular drop sizes are 50?l ? 40?l and 30?l. However we also have pipettes with 60?l and 20?l


Our standard range of pipettes will meet most of the requirements. But we can also customize the design

following your requirements.


Customized packaging

In order to meet your needs we can customize the packaging. For your confort we can pre-count these pipettes

following your specifications and we supply them pre-packed in plastic bags with a zip-closure or in boxes or

just with an elastic band.


Standard pipettes

We offer 4 types of disposable plastic ?l-pipettes for use in diagnostic test kits


1) the "mixing" pipette :

- these pipettes dispense only one single drop

- the paddle end of the pipette can be used as mixing stick


2) the "bulb" pipette :

- these pipettes can dispense several drops


3) the "mixing-bulb" pipette :

- these pipettes can dispense several drops

- the paddle end of the pipette can be used as mixing stick


4) the "transfer" pipette :

- these pipettes are made for transferring a certain volume of liquid, rather than for dropping.

- for this reason the stem of the pipette is graduated



Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 June 2011 23:58