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Laboratory Glassware

Laboratory Glassware

Laboratory Glassware products are an important part of scientific laboratories wherever the highest quality is required.The sturdy packaging we use helps to assure that you receive your Laboratory Glassware products in tact. These products include General laboratory glassware and supplies, Laboratory beakers, Laboratory Erlenmeyer flasks, Laboratory graduated cylinders, Laboratory volumetric flasks, Laboratory burets, Laboratory funnels, Volumetric pipettes, Serological pipettes, Glass crucibles, Pipettes and liquid handling equipment and supplies, Laboratory filtering flasks, Laboratory filter holders, Laboratory separatory funnels, Laboratory filtering funnels, Laboratory BOD bottles, Laboratory stoppers.

Laboratory Glassware Safety:
- Do not use laboratory glassware for food or drink.
- Do not use laboratory glassware when working with hydrofluoric acid, hot phosphoric, or strong hot alkalis.
- Do not use excessive force to tighten glassware to racks or ring stands. Use coated clamps.
- Avoid direct metal to glass contact. Scratching the glass surface weakens it and failure can occur. Replace worn brushes and check dishwashers for exposed metal spindles.
- Use related safety equipment in the laboratory. Never grasp a beaker by the rim and use beaker tongs to remove same from hotplates or ovens.
- Identify and properly store reaction products and synthesized materials.
- Support round bottom flasks with cork rings and stopper openings whenever possible.
- Store Laboratory Glassware properly when not in use. Replace caps or stoppers on reagent bottles and cover open vessels, especially when working with volatile solvents.
- Avoid glass to glass contact when storing in laboratory bench drawers. Provide adequate space or cushion the glassware with appropriate material.
- When using pressure or vacuum check gauges first and provide safety shield.
- Do not heat thick walled glassware such as filter flasks, cylinders, or battery jars on hot plates.