DURAN® Philips Beaker, 250 mL

  • Manufactured from borosilicate glass 3.3
  • Spout for clean pouring
  • Fired-on, highly durable white ceramic
Product Overview
Beakers are cylindrical vessels with a straight side wall. Thanks to this shape, beakers are universally usable laboratory vessels and usually serve as collecting vessels and for preparing, mixing and heating solutions. Easy filling is possible via the large vessel opening. Beakers are available in various shapes and sizes: high and low, with or without spout, with or without scale. The Philipps beaker differs from the cylindrical beaker by its slightly conical shape. Thanks to its shape, the Philipps beaker is mainly used for viscous liquids. Due to its conically narrowed shape, the Philips beaker is a universal laboratory glassware, which is mainly used for viscous liquids.

Specifications

Specifications
Diameter d (mm) 68
Capacity (mL) 250
Diameter (mm) 68
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 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) 105
Autoclavable Yes
Quantity 10
Product Overview
Beakers are cylindrical vessels with a straight side wall. Thanks to this shape, beakers are universally usable laboratory vessels and usually serve as collecting vessels and for preparing, mixing and heating solutions. Easy filling is possible via the large vessel opening. Beakers are available in various shapes and sizes: high and low, with or without spout, with or without scale. The Philipps beaker differs from the cylindrical beaker by its slightly conical shape. Thanks to its shape, the Philipps beaker is mainly used for viscous liquids. Due to its conically narrowed shape, the Philips beaker is a universal laboratory glassware, which is mainly used for viscous liquids.

Specifications

Specifications
Diameter d (mm) 68
Capacity (mL) 250
Diameter (mm) 68
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 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) 105
Autoclavable Yes
Quantity 10

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