Our Science Laboratory Flasks feature heat-resistant glass to withstand tough lab conditions. These flasks come in a wide range of sizes and offer easy-to-see markings so you can accurately measure chemicals and liquids.
Glass Engler Distilling Flask:
Made of high quality borosilic.
Round bottom, vial mouth, with side arm at 75° angles located approximately 5 3/8" (137mm) from bottom of flask. Made of high quality borosilicate glass. It can withstand up to 600°C.
• High quality borosilicate glass can withstand up to 600°C • Round bottom and vial mouth • Side arm 5-3/8" from bottom of flask at 75° angle • GL-B125: 125ml; 32/case
Engler Distilling Flasks, 125ml32 pieces
Engler Distilling Flasks, 125ml 32 pieces
Glass Erlenmeyer Flasks:
Recommended for use as titration flasks. Heavy duty tooled top finish, with thick walls, wide mouth, and long tapered outside contour to minimize chipping. With durable white graduations on side. Stoppers not included. Made of borosilicate glass, flask can withstand up to 680°C.
• Thick walls, wide mouth, and long tapered outside contour to minimize chipping • Heavy duty tooled top, durable white gradations on side • Recommended for use as titration flasks • Borosilicate glass flasks can withstand up to 680°C
Tabulations for easy connections to filter pumps. Heavy walls are graduated on sides with flat bottoms. Neck finished to give excellent fitting for rubber stoppers (not included). Made of high quality borosilicate glass, it can withstand up to 600°C. Filter connection 9mm O.D.
• Tabulated filter connector (9 mm OD) for easy connection to filter pumps • Heavy walls are graduated on sides with flat bottoms • Neck finished for tight fit for rubber stoppers (not included) • High quality borosilicate glass can withstand up to 600°C
These economically priced Flat Bottom Flasks, featuring a short neck with a beaded rim, are useful for most analytical work. White, permanently etched graduation lines are calibrated for designated volumes. They're made of borosilicate glass and can withstand temperatures of up to 600Â°C.
• Borosilicate glass flasks can withstand up to 600°C • White, permanently etched graduation lines calibrated for designated volumes