- 125 purchase options available in 19 design types with up to 15 volumetric capacities.
- Available features include Class A serialized and certified, safety coated, specialty graduations, and safety bumpers.
- All glass products manufactured from 33 expansion, low-extractable borosilicate glass for purity and strength.
KIMBLE® KIMAX® graduated volumetric cylinders and DURAN® measuring cylinders are available in over 125 configurations from Class A serialized and certified to educational grade.
Our years of experience reveal several ideal applications, including soil testing, petroleum testing, conical pharmaceutical graduates, educational grade, and general mixing and measuring lab use. Of course, all of our graduated volumetric cylinders are manufactured from 33 expansion, low-extractable borosilicate glass conforming to USP Type I and ASTM E438, Type I, Class A requirements to provide the purity, durability, and performance you require.
Options may include:
- Class A serialized and certified
- Class B
- Batch certified
- Educational grade
- Single metric scale
- Double scale
- Reverse graduations
- SAFE-GARD® bumper
- Pour spout
- KimCote® safety coating
- Low-form versions
- Starter pack
- Volumes from 2 to 2000 mL
If your lab work calls for diluting solutions and mixing several components in a given quantity ratio, we recommend DURAN® mixing graduated cylinders, available in two different accuracy classes – Class A with main ring points graduation and Class B with line graduation. For additional differentiation and flexibility, we offer mixing cylinders with accuracy Class A blue graduation and the Class B mixing cylinders with white graduation. Volume content tolerances for measuring and mixing cylinders conform to DIN and ISO accuracy limits so that the desired concentration can be precisely set. Class A batch certificates document the mean value obtained from measuring the batch in question, the standard deviation, and the day of issue. The batch certificates can also be retrieved online for your convenience. The batch number consists of four digits. The first two numbers specify the production year, and the following two numbers specify the batch, e.g.: 18.01