DetailsPipettes are very useful in yeast culturing and winemaking for extracting small amounts of liquid accurately.
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5.0 / 5.09 ReviewsLabratory qualityThese are very good quality Pipettes. They are thicker and stronger than some of the cheap ones that come with a refractometer. The markings on the side allow for very accurate measuring of small quantities of liquid.January 11, 2013Good for adding acid to the mashThis is perfect for adding small amounts of Lactic or Phosphoric acid to the mash._x000D_I'm talking about 2 mililiters, so I need something precise, because if it's 4 ML it will ruin the beer.June 3, 2013Easy to readThese pipettes are easier to work with than the generic ones I've used before. The markings are helpful if working with small quantities of acid. They are also thicker than the cheap ones and will last a very long time.July 12, 2013Perfect for measuring small quantities of liquidsThese are great for measuring acids and Iodophor, in mili-liters. They are also easy to read which is important when dealing with small quantities.September 28, 2013Good for measuringThere are many liquids that need to be measured in very small quantities, like 3ML of IOdophor to make 1 gallon. How else can I measure 3ML of a liquid?_x000D_Easy to read and different sized pipettes for different amounts.November 18, 2013Iodophor measuring deviceI need 3 ML of Iodophor per gallon. I only use a gallon at a time, I don't need 5 gallons. These are the only way for me to measure such small amounts.December 5, 2013Easy to readThe markings make these much easier to read than generic plastic pipettes._x000D_It's also useful that they are in different sizes and can hold a lot, depending on what you are adding.January 13, 2014Use to measure what you need to use correctlyI use these for mixing small amounts of cleaners and sanitizers. Easy to read and easy to use.February 3, 2014Easy to useI use them for adding acid to the mash, and to measure cleaners and sanitizers when mixing up a gallon. When dealing in small quantities (i.e. mili-liters) it's great having a tool thats easy to read and lets me measure what I need.March 28, 2014
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