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Pipette - 1 mL
MT638
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Description

Used to measure small amounts of fluid. Used in winemaking to measure the correct amount of wine for a residual sugar test using a clinitest tablet.

This glass pipet is designed as To-Deliver, not To-Contain, meaning that you do not want to blow out the last little bit in the tip after the sample drains out or you will deliver more than your measured amount.

Item # MT638
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.25LBS
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yeast viability/ cell counts
joshua p g on Apr 3, 2018
yeast viability/ cell counts
joshua p g on Apr 3, 2018
for dispensing copper sulfate
Richard Robinson on Mar 31, 2018
for dispensing copper sulfate
Richard Robinson on Mar 31, 2018
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Works great
I use it for sampling my beer and wine through the airlock hole, especially for my refractometer.
May 27, 2015
Good quality & price; additional uses...
Yes, good quality and price. The 1mL pipette is especially useful in benchmark tests and "double dilutions." DDs are when you need a very fine measurement of something and your scale is not that accurate. For example, to make a 50ppm k-meta solution, dissolve 1g of k-meta in 114 mL of distilled water (result about 5000ppm). Then use the pipette to draw 1mL of that solution and add it to 99mL of distilled water to get 50ppm.

btw, best to get a few pipettes so you don't have to rinse so much between samples.
September 2, 2014
Works well
I use this pipette for getting yeast samples to do a cell count with my microscope. It works very well and is easy to fill and dispense the proper amount of slurry.
May 2, 2014
Great for sampling out of 7.5 gal brew buckets
I can't get the lids off of the brew buckets without cursing, so I StarSan this guy, and put it in the airlock hole to get my gravity sample. Much easier.
March 5, 2014