Measure laboratory media using the Aijiren? Reagent Borosilicate Glass Bottle with Cap. It conforms to ISO R1115 and DIN 168, is chemically resistant and can be repeatedly sterilized to 140¡ãC.
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.
Bottles and screw caps can be autoclaved / sterilized. Made from borosilicate glass helps prevent changes in ph levels and maintain content purity. Non-slip coating allows for greater ease and stability when handling wet or dry. 45mm white polypropylene unlined screw cap comes attached to bottle to help maintain cleanliness. Pvc-based plastisol coats exterior of bottle retaining contents if bottle is accidentally broken.
The reagent bottle produced by Aijiren has a low thermal expansion coefficient (3.3), which provides far better heat resistance than standard laboratory glass (or soda lime glass). Aijiren glass can withstand temperatures from -70 to 500°C, so it can be reused in freezers, microwave ovens, autoclaves and dry heat sterilizers.
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.
All Aijiren reagent bottles have a permanent white enamel scale for volume measurement; with a white identification box for marking or coding. Includes anti-drip sealing ring and standard blue polypropylene (GL45) sealing cap.
With a large enough change in temperature, the neck of the bottle can actually crack if it shrinks too tight around the stopper. Additionally, if hot liquid is poured in the bottle, the liquid will form an air-tight seal between the stopper and bottle and as the liquid and steam in the bottle cool and shrink, the stopper will be pulled down into the bottle neck.? This is the same principle that makes the center of a canning jar lid pop down until the seal is released.
The blue cap reagent bottle produced by Aijiren, with graduations, with O-shaped anti-drip ring; low thermal expansion coefficient, can be repeatedly autoclaved; 100ml / 250ml / 500ml / 1L multiple specifications optional, chemical resistance, high temperature and high pressure , No dripping. Borosilicate 3.3 glass material, in line with USP EP first-class glass.
Reagent bottles that have been used in a laboratory or otherwise used to store chemicals should not be used for storing food or drinks. The bottles in our kits are always brand new but they may contain a white residue from the process of grinding the neck and stopper so they should always be washed before use.
Bottles typically come in two colors: clear and amber. Clear bottles are ideal for displaying items and amber bottles protect the contents from light. Sizes range from 30 ml (1 ounce) up to 20000 ml (about 5 gallons) and the larger ones may be used to store preserved biological specimens in the lab. The large ones also make excellent terrariums or miniature aquariums.