These blowout pipettes have extremely large size jets for use with thick liquids. The last drop left in the jet must be blown-out except where shown. Manufactured out of soda glass.
|MP.680||1 / 1.1||Two Mark||0.02|
|MP.681||0.5 / 1||Two Mark||0.02|
|MP.682||1 / 2||Two Mark||0.04|
|MP.686||5 / 10||Two Mark||0.15|
|*MP.689||10||Sulphuric Acid, BS.696||0.05|
|*MP.700||17.6||One Mark, BS.696||0.05|
|MP.703||5 gram||Cream (double bulb), BS.755||0.05|
* Not to be blown-out
A milk or cream pipette is used for measuring an aliquot of dairy product for testing. These have largely been superseded by automated machines, but are still used occasionally for testing equipment.
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