DURAN® Specimen Jar, with knobbed lid, Ø 90 x 123 mm

  • Manufactured from borosilicate glass 3.3
  • Tight closure due to ground lid
  • The lid can be opened easily while using the button
  • Fired-on, highly durable white ceramic
Find a distributor
Catalog Number:
Product Overview
The multitude of different work steps in the laboratory environment demands a multitude of universally applicable glassware. These glass devices usually have a very simple shape and are characterized by their versatility.
Exhibition glasses and museum jars are used to store materials and are often used in exhibitions. Here the objects on display can be preserved and then viewed without touching them. Specimen jars are used to store materials. The large glass surfaces allow a good view into the glass on its contents.

Specifications

Specifications
article number I (SAP No) 242091606
Cat. No. 242091606
Diameter d (mm) 90
h (mm) 123
Description The multitude of different work steps in the laboratory environment demands a multitude of universally applicable glassware. These glass devices usually have a very simple shape and are characterized by their versatility.
Exhibition glasses and museum jars are used to store materials and are often used in exhibitions. Here the objects on display can be preserved and then viewed without touching them. Specimen jars are used to store materials. The large glass surfaces allow a good view into the glass on its contents.
Capacity (mL) 395
Diameter (mm) 90
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) 123
Autoclavable Yes
Quantity 10
Product Overview
The multitude of different work steps in the laboratory environment demands a multitude of universally applicable glassware. These glass devices usually have a very simple shape and are characterized by their versatility.
Exhibition glasses and museum jars are used to store materials and are often used in exhibitions. Here the objects on display can be preserved and then viewed without touching them. Specimen jars are used to store materials. The large glass surfaces allow a good view into the glass on its contents.

Specifications

Specifications
article number I (SAP No) 242091606
Cat. No. 242091606
Diameter d (mm) 90
h (mm) 123
Description The multitude of different work steps in the laboratory environment demands a multitude of universally applicable glassware. These glass devices usually have a very simple shape and are characterized by their versatility.
Exhibition glasses and museum jars are used to store materials and are often used in exhibitions. Here the objects on display can be preserved and then viewed without touching them. Specimen jars are used to store materials. The large glass surfaces allow a good view into the glass on its contents.
Capacity (mL) 395
Diameter (mm) 90
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) 123
Autoclavable Yes
Quantity 10