KIMBLE® KIMAX® Schellbach Buret, Straight bore

  • Supplied with a chemically-resistant, self-lubricating PTFE stopcock plug and a KIM-KAP™ dust cap
  • Replacement 2 mm straight bore PTFE stopcock plug is 821001-0002 for 17150F series burets
  • Replacement 2 mm three-way PTFE stopcock plug is 823001-0002 for 17170F series burets
  • 17150F series burets are funnel fill and are supplied with a chemically-resistant, self-lubricating PTFE stopcock plug and a KIM-KAP™ dust cap
  • 17170F series burets have an automatic zero with overflow tube, and are reservoir-filled, with both top and bottom hose adapters accepting1/4 inch ID flexible tubing
  • Easy-to-read durable black ceramic enamel scale
  • Designed from ASTM Specification E287 requirements
  • Manufactured from 33 expansion, low extractable borosilicate glass conforming to USP Type I and ASTM E438, Type I, Class A requirements
Product Overview
Schellbach burets employ a blue line on a broader white band running vertically behind the scale to create an optical effect which causes the meniscus to assume an apparent form. This assists in avoiding parallax mistakes.

Instructions for use: The meniscus is read at the narrowest point of the blue line just above the true meniscus. The meniscus of automatic zero burets must be read at the narrowest point of the blue line. Conventional Schellbach burets can be read using either the true or apparent meniscus; however, the same method must be used for both initial and final settings.
Product Overview
Schellbach burets employ a blue line on a broader white band running vertically behind the scale to create an optical effect which causes the meniscus to assume an apparent form. This assists in avoiding parallax mistakes.

Instructions for use: The meniscus is read at the narrowest point of the blue line just above the true meniscus. The meniscus of automatic zero burets must be read at the narrowest point of the blue line. Conventional Schellbach burets can be read using either the true or apparent meniscus; however, the same method must be used for both initial and final settings.

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