Routine Pipette Calibration – Best Practices
Poster Sep 03, 2019
Ensuring laboratory pipettes are well maintained and able to measure volumes accurately is a fundamental housekeeping routine for any successful laboratory. Annual calibration for maintaining maximum performance is advised, and routine checks should be performed regularly to ensure the accuracy and precision of your pipettes.
This poster from Integra provides you with all the information and advice you need for routine testing of your pipettes, to make sure you feel confident in your measurements, and ultimately your results.
Download this free poster for advice on routine pipette checks, including:
- Choosing the correct environment and materials
- Leak tests
- Gravimetric measurement technique
- Analysing your data
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