Reagent bottle also called media bottle, widely used in laboratory
Material: Borosilicate Glass
Cap type: GL32 Screw Cap
Reagent bottle, also called media bottle, 50 ml, clear glass, screw cap GL 32, including screw cap/glass pouring ring, PP material
The blue cap reagent bottle adheres to the brand’s consistent high-quality manufacturing requirements, and the internal structure of the glass is extremely stable, so it has excellent mechanical and chemical properties. Because of its low coefficient of thermal expansion, it can better withstand rapid thermal changes. It is a good choice to replace expensive imported reagent bottles.
Borosil glass reagent bottles are chemically inert and stable. With plastic pouring rings, dripping is completely eliminated. The bottles, pouring rings and caps are autoclavable and sterilizable.
Temperature fluctuations up to 30 K, maximum working temperature +140°C. Polypropylene screw cap GL 45 blue
The screw caps on these bottles are made of heat-resistant thermoplastic polyester and can be sterilized with hot air at temperatures up to 180°C, compared to 140°C for bottles with polypropylene screw caps.Bottles with thermoplastic polyester caps, Teflon sealing discs and pouring rings
Withstands hot air sterilization up to 180°C
PTFE sealing discs resist chemical attack
Made of high-temperature and chemical-resistant borosilicate glass
Autoclavable PP screw cap and pouring ring
PP pouring ring designed for drip-free operation
Clear scales and large marking area
These complete bottles are autoclavable and sterilizable
These bottles are highly mechanically durable and chemically resistant
Reagent bottle, also known as culture medium bottle or scale bottle, is a container made of glass, borosilicate or related substances, with a special cover on the top. They are designed to contain chemicals in the form of liquid or powder for laboratory use and are stored on cabinets or shelves. Some reagent bottles are amber (photochemical), brown or red to protect photosensitive compounds from visible, ultraviolet and infrared radiation, which may change them; Bottles are called “graded” when they are marked on the side to indicate the approximate (usually 10% error) amount of liquid at a given level in the container. Reagent bottle is a kind of laboratory glassware.
Reagent bottles, also known as media bottles or graduated bottles, are containers made of glass, borosilicate or related substances with special caps on top. They are intended to hold chemicals in liquid or powder form for laboratory use and are stored in cabinets or on shelves. Some reagent bottles are amber (photochemical), brown or red to protect photosensitive compounds from visible, ultraviolet and infrared radiation that may alter them; when the side of the bottle is marked to indicate the approximate (usually with a 10% error) amount of liquid for a given level in the container, these bottles are called “graduated “. A reagent bottle is a type of laboratory glassware.
The glass media bottle is made of borosilicate glass or soda lime glass and equipped with a plug or cover to prevent the contents from overflowing or being polluted by the external environment. Reagent bottles are ideal for storing powders and liquids. Amber or red media bottles can protect photosensitive contents from ultraviolet, visible and infrared radiation.
Reagent bottles are made of borosilicate glass or soda lime glass with stoppers or caps to prevent spillage of contents or contamination from external environments. Reagent bottles are ideal for storing powders and liquids. Amber or red reagent bottles protect the photosensitive contents from UV, visible and infrared radiation.
Material: high quality, borosilicate glass
Color: clear & amber
Cap: DIN thread GL45, pouring ring
Permanent white enamel graduations markings