# Type of equipment to measure exact amounts of liquid

I have to sample $$\pu{10mL}$$ of liquid hundreds of times a day at work.

We use a $$\pu{10mL}$$ syringe to do so, but it takes a lot of time as they often allow more than $$\pu{10mL}$$ to be drawn in (i.e. rather than a blind action, we have to check the measurement increments to make sure it’s exactly $$\pu{10mL}$$).

Is there a type of syringe of other piece of equipment designed to draw in exactly $$\pu{10mL}$$ (or other amounts) of liquid?

• Well, duh! en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pipette Jan 16 '20 at 23:43
• In particular automated pipetting system could do it all for you. Jan 16 '20 at 23:45
• What liquid are you sampling, what accuracy do you need, and what are you doing this for? Also, what's your budget? The more details you can supply, the better able we will be to recommend an appropriate tool. Jan 17 '20 at 2:24
• en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_displacement_pipette
– Karl
Jan 17 '20 at 7:56

If you need to measure $$\pu{10.0\pm0.1 mL}$$ repititively, then you can use an any available Bottletop Dispensers. For example, check this and this out (see image below):
If you are in a educational facility, Fisher would offer attractive discount (request a quote from fisher representative in your area. For example, I got $$\pu{1.0-10.0 mL}$$ dispensers for less than \$100/each in that way (I bought 15 of them though). Still, it is a good price.