Watch Glass Dish, Soda-lime glass, Ø 200 mm

  • Complies with DIN 12341
  • Manufactured from soda-lime glass
  • Reduced risk of injury due to fused rim
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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.
Watch glasses, for example, are concave curved. The small trough created in this way allows liquids or solids to be filled in.

Specifications

Specifications
Kalk-Soda Soda-lime-silica glass contains a high percentage of alkaline and alkaline earth oxides. The glass has a Class 3 Hydrolytic resistance. The large coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE 9.1 × 10−6 K−1 at 20 °C) makes the glass more subject to breakage from thermal shock. The maximum thermal shock range is typically 30 K.
Diameter d (mm) 200
Diameter (mm) 200
Material Soda-Lime Glass
Autoclavable No
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.
Watch glasses, for example, are concave curved. The small trough created in this way allows liquids or solids to be filled in.

Specifications

Specifications
Kalk-Soda Soda-lime-silica glass contains a high percentage of alkaline and alkaline earth oxides. The glass has a Class 3 Hydrolytic resistance. The large coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE 9.1 × 10−6 K−1 at 20 °C) makes the glass more subject to breakage from thermal shock. The maximum thermal shock range is typically 30 K.
Diameter d (mm) 200
Diameter (mm) 200
Material Soda-Lime Glass
Autoclavable No
Quantity 10