DURAN® Iodine Flask, 1000 mL

  • Made from borosilicate glass 3.3
  • Easy mixing due to conical form
  • Tight closure due to standard ground joint
  • Only glass components installed
  • Easy-to-read scale with graduation marks to estimate the content
  • Fired-on, highly durable white ceramic
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Product Overview
The original DURAN® Erlenmeyer flasks are predestined for use in the laboratory due to their outstanding properties, such as very good chemical resistance, almost inert behaviour and a high service temperature. In addition, due to their uniform wall thickness distribution, they are characterized by minimal thermal expansion and, as a result, high thermal shock resistance. DURAN® Erlenmeyer flasks are therefore particularly suitable for work at very high temperatures and rapid temperature changes. In the field of food technology, the degree of saturation of fats is determined on the basis of the iodine value. Iodine is added to a reaction solution, which adds up to double bonds of the fatty acids contained in the solution. The more iodine has to be added, the more unsaturated fatty acids are contained in the solution. This test is ideally carried out in an iodine number flask which, due to its conical shape, is well suited for mixing several components.

Specifications

Specifications
Boro 3.3 Boro 3.3
Material Boro 3.3
Capacity (mL) 1000
Diameter d (mm) 131
Height h (mm) 235
Diameter (mm) 131
Nominal Size (NS) 29/32
Marking Area Marking Area
Height (mm) 235
Autoclavable Yes
Retrace Code Retrace Code
Quantity 10
Product Overview
Product Overview
The original DURAN® Erlenmeyer flasks are predestined for use in the laboratory due to their outstanding properties, such as very good chemical resistance, almost inert behaviour and a high service temperature. In addition, due to their uniform wall thickness distribution, they are characterized by minimal thermal expansion and, as a result, high thermal shock resistance. DURAN® Erlenmeyer flasks are therefore particularly suitable for work at very high temperatures and rapid temperature changes. In the field of food technology, the degree of saturation of fats is determined on the basis of the iodine value. Iodine is added to a reaction solution, which adds up to double bonds of the fatty acids contained in the solution. The more iodine has to be added, the more unsaturated fatty acids are contained in the solution. This test is ideally carried out in an iodine number flask which, due to its conical shape, is well suited for mixing several components.
Specifications

Specifications

Specifications
Boro 3.3 Boro 3.3
Material Boro 3.3
Capacity (mL) 1000
Diameter d (mm) 131
Height h (mm) 235
Diameter (mm) 131
Nominal Size (NS) 29/32
Marking Area Marking Area
Height (mm) 235
Autoclavable Yes
Retrace Code Retrace Code
Quantity 10
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