Hawach Pipette: Fast, Convenient, Labor-Saving and Safe, Accurate


Fast pipetting often refers to the efficiency of the pipette in aspirating and dispensing liquids. High-quality pipettes are designed for smooth and quick operation, saving time in laboratory workflows.

In terms of time, according to experimental data, using a pipette is more time-saving than using other measuring instruments (such as glass measuring instruments). For a batch of 30 samples, taking a 10ml single-standard pipette as an example, a glass measuring device takes 20-30 seconds to aspirate the solution, and it takes another 20-30 seconds to discharge the solution. It only takes about 10 seconds to use a pipette to suck and release, which greatly improves the operating speed and work efficiency.


Convenience in pipetting can involve ergonomic design, user-friendly controls, and features that make the pipetting process easy and comfortable for the user.

In the laboratory monitoring process, it is often necessary to draw a variety of solutions. During the suction process, such as using glassware, it is necessary to draw excess reagents and then slowly release them to the scale. It is often the case that excessive amounts are re-absorbed and then slowly released.
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While using a pipette operation, you can adjust the scale of the required range first. Each time you just press the button to the first stop point, then slowly release the button to return to the original point. Then press the button to the first stop point to discharge the liquid, stop for a while and continue to press the button to the second stop point to blow out the residual liquid, and finally release the button. There will be no repeated operations such as the use of glass measuring instruments.

In addition, to accurately draw the same reagent in different volumes, the pipette can choose different ranges, and the glass measuring instrument needs to function with a single standard pipette of several specifications. In use, a pipette can be fitted with multiple tips, which can absorb a variety of different solutions. It is easy to clean and can be sterilized under high temperatures or sterilized under ultraviolet light.


Labor-saving pipettes are designed to reduce user fatigue and strain during prolonged pipetting sessions. This can be achieved through ergonomic designs, lightweight materials, and precise mechanisms.

In terms of manpower, the use of a pipette can achieve easy, smooth, and stable pipetting. You can relax your hand at each pipetting gap. This reduces fatigue during repetitive pipetting, provides greater comfort, and reduces the risk of repeated pressure injuries.


Safety in pipetting is crucial to prevent accidental spills or exposure to hazardous substances. Pipettes with features such as tip ejection mechanisms, ergonomic grips, and calibrated settings contribute to safe pipetting practices. It is safe to use, and there will be no excessive appearance when absorbing liquid, avoiding the danger of contact with liquid.


Accuracy is a fundamental requirement for any pipette. High-quality pipettes are calibrated to deliver accurate and precise volumes, ensuring reliable and reproducible results in laboratory experiments.

Generally, a pipette is used to measure a small amount of liquid, which is more accurate than a glass measuring device. The pipette uses a digital window, which is clear and easy to read, eliminating any visual error. As long as it adjusts a range, it can be used multiple times. While using a glass measuring device to measure the same volume of solution multiple times, visual errors will occur.


Precision in pipetting refers to the ability of the pipette to dispense the intended volume with minimal variation. Pipettes with low coefficients of variation (CV) contribute to precise liquid handling.