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.
COD reagent vial refers to a specific type of vial used in chemical analysis for measuring the chemical oxygen demand (COD) of a water sample. COD is a measure of the amount of oxygen required to chemically oxidize the organic and inorganic compounds present in a water sample.
The COD reagent vial contains the necessary chemicals and reagents to facilitate the oxidation reaction. It typically includes a mixture of strong oxidizing agents, such as potassium dichromate or potassium permanganate, along with other chemicals that help initiate and accelerate the oxidation process.
A low coefficient of thermal expansion (3.3), provides temperature resistance that is far superior to that of standard lab glass (or soda lime glass). Aijiren glass can withstand temperatures from -70 to 500°C, permitting repeated use in freezers, microwaves, autoclaves and dry heat sterilization chambers.
Aijiren™ reusable media bottles are made of high-quality borosicate 3.3 glass. These bottles have excellent chemical resistance and are ideal for storing reagents, cultures, biological liquids, and a variety of other aqueous and non-aqueous solutions. Reagent bottles provided by Aijiren are available in a variety of specifications from 100ml to 1000ml.
All Aijiren bottles have permanent white enamel scales for volume measurement; white identification boxes for marking or coding.
All Aijiren media bottles include non-drip sealing rings and standard blue polypropylene (GL45) sealing caps.
Aijiren reagent bottles provide unrivalled uniform wall thickness distribution.
Improved mechanical stability and resistance to temperature changes
Prevents the stress that occurs in the glass and the possibility of rupture during heating and cooling
Advantages: Improve employee safety, extend the service life of experimental glassware, and protect valuable substances.
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
Reagent bottles, also known as media bottles or graduated bottles, are containers made of glass, plastic, borosilicate or related substances, and topped by special caps or stoppers. They are intended to contain chemicals in liquid or powder form for laboratories and stored in cabinets or on shelves.
Reagent bottle is a type of laboratory glassware used for storing and dispensing chemicals, solutions, and reagents in a controlled manner. It is specifically designed to provide a safe and convenient storage solution for these substances. Reagent bottles are typically made of glass, although plastic versions are also available.
The bottles are usually cylindrical in shape with a narrow neck and a screw or stopper closure. The narrow neck helps in controlling the flow of the stored substance during dispensing, minimizing the risk of spills and contamination. The closure ensures a secure seal to prevent evaporation or leakage of the contents.
Features of reagent bottle: permanent white enamel marking point, GL 45 thread, no lining, autoclaving (140¡ãC), borosilicate glass, polypropylene cover, technical parameters. The reagent bottle produced by Aijiren is chemically resistant, conforms to ISO and SGS standards, has a heat resistance of +500 ¡æ, and has good thermal shock performance. It is an ideal container for high-temperature substances and can be used for high-temperature sterilization.
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
100ml lab glassware reagent bottle refers to a specific type of laboratory glass container designed to hold and store reagents, chemicals, or other liquids used in scientific experiments or analysis. It has a capacity of 100 milliliters, which means it can hold up to 100 milliliters of liquid.
These bottles are typically made of high-quality borosilicate glass, which is resistant to heat and chemical reactions. They often have a narrow neck and a screw cap or stopper to ensure a tight seal and prevent any leakage or contamination.
Lab glassware reagent bottles come in various sizes, ranging from small volumes like 5ml or 10ml up to larger sizes like 500ml or 1000ml. The 100ml size is commonly used when smaller quantities of reagents are needed for experiments or when space is limited.
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.