- Approximate wall thickness is 1.5 mm
- For use, size hydrometer overall length to cylinder height where hydrometer OD is smaller than cylinder ID
- Manufactured from 33 expansion, low extractable borosilicate glass conforming to USP Type I and ASTM E438, Type I, Class A requirements
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Kimble Chase KIMAX 20058-38375 Hydrometer Cylinder, Borosilicate Glass, 340mL
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|Brand Name||Kimble Chase|
|Material Type||Borosilicate Glass|
|Number of Items||1|
|Item Weight||0.64 ounces|
|Outside Diameter||38 mm|
|Overall Height||375 mm|
|Specification Met||ASTM , ASTM E438|
|Wall Thickness||1.5 mm|
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Kimble Chase KIMAX plain, ungraduated cylinder with a hexagonal base flat ground for stability. Ref: ASTM Method D287, D1298. For use, size hydrometer overall length to cylinder height where hydrometer OD is smaller than cylinder ID. These cylinders meet requirements for the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) E438, Type I, Class A, Standard Specification for Glass in Laboratory Apparatus. Made from 33 expansion borosilicate glass, which 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. Kimble Chase Life Science and Research Products manufactures scientific laboratory glassware under the Kimble Chase KIMAX brand. The company has its origins in Kimble Glass and Kontes Glass and is now a division of The Gerresheimer Group.
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