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Kimax KG-33 borosilicate glass Griffin low-form beaker with blue double-scale graduations

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Price: $39.75 - $56.93
Product Specifications
Brand Name Kimax
Material Type Glass
Specification Met ASTM , ASTM E960
UNSPSC Code 41121803

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100 milliliters 10 milliliters 12 14000B-100 B002RS5AKI
150 milliliters 20 milliliters 12 14000B-150 B002RS5AM6
250 milliliters 25 milliliters 12 14000B-250 B002RS5ADA
400 milliliters 25 milliliters 12 14000B-400 B002RS5AF8
50 milliliters 10 milliliters 12 14000B-50 B002RS5AC6
600 milliliters 50 milliliters 6 14000B-600 B002RS5AGW
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Product Features

  • Round, Griffin-style beaker with blue double-scale markings and spout used in education, chemistry, research, and life science applications
  • KG-33 borosilicate glass for low coefficient for thermal expansion and very high resistance to chemical attack, and heavy walls to minimize mechanical breakage when heat is applied
  • Variety of sizes (50-, 100-, 150-, 250-, 400-, 600-mL), and low form for a variety of low-volume applications
  • Blue marking area for use with an ordinary pencil, extra-thick, uniform walls for heavy use
  • Meets American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) E960, Type II requirements

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Product Description

The Kimble Kimax KG-33 borosilicate glass, round, Griffin-style, graduated beaker with spout has blue double-scale markings and is available in a variety of sizes (50-, 100-, 150-, 250-, 400-, 600-mL). It is made of clear KG-33 borosilicate glass for durability and chemical- and temperature-resistance. The beaker has a blue matte-finish marking area designed for use with an ordinary pencil, and meets requirements for the American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME) E960, Type I, and American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) E438, Type I, Class A, Stand Specification for Glass in Laboratory Apparatus. KG-33 borosilicate glass has a low coefficient of thermal expansion, very high resistance to chemical attack, and heavy walls that minimize the risk of mechanical breakage when heat is applied. Beakers are used for measurement, quality testing, sampling, and research, and in lab applications in chemistry, education, research, and life science applications.

Kimble Chase Life Science and Research Products manufactures scientific laboratory glassware under the Kimble Kimax brand. The company, founded in 2007 and headquartered in Vineland, NJ, has its origins in Kimble Glass and Kontes Glass, and is now a division of The Gerresheimer Group.

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Part Number: 14000B-400Graduation Interval: 25Capacity: 400Number of Items: 12 Verified Purchase
Extremely well made and excellent quality. Graduations are easy to read.
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