Pasteur pipettes – traditional and modern form of pipette

Pasteur pipettes are reliable laboratory tools. They are used in various fields of science, medicine and industry. They are an integral part of laboratories. They enable precise collection and transfer of fluids. Pasteur pipettes, thanks to their simplicity and effectiveness, have gained the recognition of many professionals.

Pasteur pipettes, also known as droppers, were discovered and first used by the famous scientist Louis Pasteur in the 19th century. Today the so-called pasteurs are transfer pipettes. They are used to collect, transfer and dispense small volumes of liquid. And also for draining excess fluid from the vessel. Pipettes of this type currently available on the market differ in terms of the material used for production. They can be made of glass or plastic. The second option presented is becoming more and more popular. They also differ in terms of nominal volume, shape, diameter and tip length. All this to meet the various requirements and needs of laboratory technicians.

The glass Pasteur pipette, although still in use, is slowly giving way to the plastic version

Pasteur pipettes are made of high-quality materials. They ensure precision and reliability, which translates into accurate test results. The first material used to create a Pasteur pipette was glass. Droppers made of this type of material can be sterilized and used repeatedly. This significantly minimizes the amount of waste generated in the laboratory. Which is very beneficial, for example in terms of environmental protection. However, glass Pasteur pipettes require the use of rubber bulbs for filling and then dispensing them. Made of plastic, thanks to their simplicity and effectiveness, they enable not only precise and controlled collection and transfer of liquids, but also much greater convenience of use. Want to know more about them?

Plastic Pasteur pipettes, a guarantee of convenience and precision in the laboratory – choose those available in the GenoPlast store

Plastic Pasteur pipettes are single-use devices. When choosing them, you must be aware that although you contribute to some extent to the creation of more garbage, you also make your work much, much easier. This increases your chances of making unique discoveries. The soft, flexible suction bulb at the end allows for safe suction and dispensing of liquids. These types of pipettes are sometimes equipped with a scale that allows the approximation of the volume of fluid collected or dispensed. Sterile plastic Pasteur pipettes are used for research, ensuring maximum microbiological purity. Which can have a positive impact on the final results. In turn, the non-sterile version – yes, you will also find this in our offer – is used for basic laboratory applications. Disposable plastic pipettes are made of low-density polyethylene. Their advantage is that they are unbreakable and that they can be frozen. Moreover, they are inert to biological fluids, most acids and many solvents. They are resistant to chemicals and guarantee consistent quality of the samples taken.

Basic features of Pauster pipettes, ensuring perfect use

  • Made of glass and plastic
  • Easy and safe to use
  • Ideal for clinical and industrial use
  • Chemical resistant
  • Economic
  • Environmentally friendly

Common uses of Pasteur pipettes

  • Blood Banks
  • Bacteriological laboratories
  • Hematology laboratories
  • All general laboratory applications
  • Clinical chemistry procedures
  • Research and development laboratories

Why is it worth taking advantage of the offer on plastic Pasteur pipettes available at GenoPlast

Trust our Pasteur pipettes and use reliable tools that will help you achieve precise test results. Our products are subjected to rigorous quality tests to ensure your complete satisfaction and professional results. By choosing the Pasteur pipettes we recommend, you are investing in reliability, precision and convenience. Regardless of the type of research and experiments, our pipettes will be your inseparable partner, supporting you at every stage of laboratory work.