DURAN® GLS 80® Laboratory Bottle, baffled, wide mouth, clear, with screw cap and pouring ring, PP, blue, 500 mL

  • Manufactured from borosilicate glass 3.3, Polypropylen
  • More effective mixing due to three moulded-in, vertical baffles
  • Flat inner base compatible with magnetic stir bars, or the DURAN® GLS 80® magnetic stirrer cap system
  • The baffles form a continuous, smooth inner surface making clean up easy
  • Easy access to the bottle contents due to the wide diameter of the bottle neck
  • Optimum filling and pouring and particularly easy cleaning
  • Special thread design for rapid opening and closing in less than a turn
  • Stability due to the large base area
  • Easy-to-read scale with graduation marks to estimate the content
  • Fired-on, highly durable white ceramic
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Product Overview
During mixing in standard GLS 80® laboratory bottles, the liquid moves in a swirling motion that approximates a solid-body rotation. The entire fluid, and any suspended particles, moves like a carousel. This is a very inefficient flow pattern, and very little mixing actually occurs. By adding three vertical baffles into the inner surface of the GLS 80® bottles, the swirling motion is disrupted, and a much more effective mixing occurs. The baffles improve the top-to-bottom circulation and produce a greater radial mixing. The baffles also offer other advantages such as suppressing the formation of a central vortex, and reducing dead-zones where mixing does not occur. Suitable for use with magnetic stir bars up to 50 mm long.

Specifications

Specifications
h (mm) 153
Diameter d (mm) 101
Capacity (mL) 500
Diameter (mm) 101
Thread GLS 80®
Marking Area The marking area is a printed ceramic area on laboratory glassware for marking / identification using a wax pencil. Also called marking field, white marking spot or marking square.
Material PP, BORO 3.3
Boro 3.3 Borosilicate glass 3.3 has a very good chemical resistance, virtual inert behavior, a high maximum usage temperature, high light transparency and minimal thermal expansion. Borosilicate glass 3.3 has a linear coefficient of expansion of 3.3 × 10−6 K−1 at
Height (mm) 153
Autoclavable Yes
Retrace Code This is a lot number printed on the product during the manufacturing process used for identification of the production unit, the production work order and for traceability of the materials used.
Quantity 1
Product Overview
During mixing in standard GLS 80® laboratory bottles, the liquid moves in a swirling motion that approximates a solid-body rotation. The entire fluid, and any suspended particles, moves like a carousel. This is a very inefficient flow pattern, and very little mixing actually occurs. By adding three vertical baffles into the inner surface of the GLS 80® bottles, the swirling motion is disrupted, and a much more effective mixing occurs. The baffles improve the top-to-bottom circulation and produce a greater radial mixing. The baffles also offer other advantages such as suppressing the formation of a central vortex, and reducing dead-zones where mixing does not occur. Suitable for use with magnetic stir bars up to 50 mm long.

Specifications

Specifications
h (mm) 153
Diameter d (mm) 101
Capacity (mL) 500
Diameter (mm) 101
Thread GLS 80®
Marking Area The marking area is a printed ceramic area on laboratory glassware for marking / identification using a wax pencil. Also called marking field, white marking spot or marking square.
Material PP, BORO 3.3
Boro 3.3 Borosilicate glass 3.3 has a very good chemical resistance, virtual inert behavior, a high maximum usage temperature, high light transparency and minimal thermal expansion. Borosilicate glass 3.3 has a linear coefficient of expansion of 3.3 × 10−6 K−1 at
Height (mm) 153
Autoclavable Yes
Retrace Code This is a lot number printed on the product during the manufacturing process used for identification of the production unit, the production work order and for traceability of the materials used.
Quantity 1