Pipette Calibration Workstation

Pipette Calibration Workstation

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Pipette Calibration Workstation- Automated systems for accurate, high-speed calibration of single, multi-channel and micropipettes.

Pipette Calibration Workstation provided by us, has an anti-vibration table built in for steady positioning of a microbalance, which is used to determine volume measurement errors in piston pipettes. This workstation is used for the gravimetric calibration and verification of piston pipettes. Our workstation is very easy to install as well as simple to operate. The maximum capacity of the Pipette Calibration Workstation is reduced by the mass of the weighing vessel when the pipette calibration adapter is used. This workstation is very cost effective and can be easily purchased by our valued customers, at reasonable prices, as per their requirements.



  • Pipette Calibration Workstation has ergonomics design
  • Convenience of use
  • Long lasting shelf life
  • Quality tested to ensure its high performance
  • Very easy to handle
  • Widely appreciated in the market
  • Corrosion proof 
  • High quality raw materials used



1. What do pipette calibration workstations serve?

Ans - To guarantee the accuracy, precision, and reproducibility of pipettes and pipette tips, a pipette calibration workstation is employed. To make sure that samples are measured and transferred precisely, it offers a way to test pipette accuracy and performance.

2. What makes up a workstation for pipette calibration?

Ans - A pipette stand, a pipette calibration tester, a liquid dispenser, and a balance are frequently seen in a pipette calibration workstation.

3. How frequently should my pipettes be calibrated?

Ans - The answer is that you should calibrate your pipettes every six to twelve months, or more frequently if your laboratory's quality management system requires it.

4. What should I do if the calibration test on my pipette is unsuccessful?

Ans - Your pipette needs to be recalibrated, fixed, or replaced if it fails the calibration test.

5. What distinguishes a manual pipette calibration workstation from an automated one?

Ans - An automated workstation employs software to calibrate the pipette automatically, whereas a manual workstation requires manual input. Compared to manual workstations, automated workstations are more precise and effective. 


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