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CapitolBrand Polypropylene Class B Graduated Cylinder with Molded Graduations
|Material Type||Polypropylene (PP)|
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Major graduations are marked every 20ml after 30ml. Molded grads every 2ml.
The cylinder has no defects I can see; a high quality plastic molding. The mold lines are almost invisible and you need to run your finger over then to accurately locate them on the outside. I could not detect them on the inside. Nice work.
Overall height: 12.5 inch from table top
Graduated height: 9.37 inch from cylinder bottom to 250ml graduation mark
Outside diameter: 1.63 inch
Inside diameter: 1.51 inch
Other info.: below 24ml is not marked
An excellent value in my opinion. The one I received is made by Vitlab GmbH in Germany.
It is holding up just fine.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
use this all the time for precise oil measuring on race forksPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
It did the job. Its plastic, so only use it for things that plastic will tolerate. It was for a school project. Works fine.Published 24 months ago by Tony
It's easy to read and cleans up nice, super cool for super nerdy stuff like making sure I put the same amount of oil in both my motorcyle suspension fork legs.Published on January 13, 2014 by GhostRider
What can I say, it works baby. Using it to measure output on pumps and its perfect for that. Can't go wrong with this product for the price. Sturdy too,Published on September 8, 2013 by James R. Fielding
You get exactly what you think your going to get, and it works fine. It's easy to wash too. I use it on a daily basis with my work.Published on June 29, 2012 by CookingDoctor