Serological pipette, plugged, 2 ml, sterile, 25 piece(s)/bag

Order number: 86.1252.025
Serological pipette, plugged, 2 ml, sterile, 25 piece(s)/bag

Product description

Order number 86.1252.025
Product description Serological pipette, plugged, max. working volume: 2 ml, coding colour: green, material: PS, sterile, 25 piece(s)/bag

Product characteristics

Colour of print/label green
Graduation yes
Design plugged
Volume of work 2 ml
Coding colour green


Diameter 6 mm
Length of product 270 mm

Material & colours

Product material Polystyrene (PS)
Colour of product transparent

Purity & certification

Product in accordance with MDD or IVDD no medical device | IVD
Purity standard sterile
Sterilisation Gamma irradiation
Lot or serial number yes


Minimum order qty. 1000
Type of inner packaging bag
Piece(s) / inner box 25
Piece(s) / case 1000
Piece(s) / pallet 81000
Case volume 0,0194 cbm
Weight of product 0,0036 kg
Weight of case 4,21 kg
EAN of inner box 4038917127219
EAN case 4038917021098
Product specification
Cell- and tissue culture

Cell- and tissue culture




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    What is the dose accuracy of the Sarstedt serological pipettes?

    Our serological pipettes are tested in accordance with ISO 12771. The dose accuracies are below the following tolerance limits:

    50 ml pipette – better than +- 2% (+- 1,000 μl)

    25 ml pipette – better than +- 2% (+- 500 μl)

    10 ml pipette – better than +- 2% (+- 200 μl)

      5 ml pipette – better than +- 2% (+- 100 μl)

      2 ml pipette – better than +- 3% (+- 60 μl)

      1 ml pipette – better than +- 5% (+- 50 μl)

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    Why do the serological pipettes have a negative graduation which goes beyond the volume indicated?

    The negative graduation printed on the pipettes increases the possible pipetting volume of the values nominally indicated on the pipettes. In this way, if the nominally indicated volume of the pipette is exceeded slightly it is not necessary to use the next largest serological pipette, but rather an accurate pipetting process can be carried out with the pipette currently in use. Example: you are working with a 25 ml pipette but want to transfer 32 ml of liquid. The negative graduation means that this is also possible with the 25 ml pipette accurately and without any problems.

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