- Set of five graduated (Griffin-style) beakers with double-scale markings and spouts used in education, chemistry, research, and life science applications
- Variety of sizes (50-, 100-, 250-, 600- mL, and 1-liter), and low form for a variety of low-volume applications
- Borosilicate glass beakers for clarity, strength, heat-, and chemical-resistance
- Uniform wall thickness provides thermal shock resistance and mechanical strength
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Corning Pyrex 5 Piece Glass Graduated Low Form Griffin Beaker Assortment Pack, with Double Scale
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The Corning set of five borosilicate glass Griffin-style, graduated, low-form beakers have double-scale markings, spouts, and come in a variety of common sizes (50-, 100-, 250-, 600- mL and 1-liter). These beakers are made of clear, borosilicate glass for durability, chemical-, and temperature-resistance. They are designed for low-volume applications. Each size has a large (approximately 1 x 1 inch) marking spot for accurate measurement. Uniform wall thickness provides a balance between thermal shock resistance and mechanical strength. Beakers are used for measurement, quality testing, sampling, and research, and in lab applications in chemistry, education, research, and life science applications.
Corning Incorporated manufactures consumable glass, ceramics, and plastic laboratory tools for life science research, industrial, and educational applications. Founded in 1908, Corning Inc. is headquartered in New York, NY and makes ISO-certified products.
What’s in the Box?
- 50 mL beaker
- 100 mL beaker
- 250 mL beaker
- 600 mL beaker
- 1-liter beaker
Top Customer Reviews
- They aren't nearly as thick and heavy as kitchen-grade Pyrex items (for me a positive point)
- They are marked in milliliters, not cups
- They don't have handles, so if they have hot fluids in them you would have to be extra cautious
None of these things were deterrents for me; they all fit inside each other neatly in my cabinet, I use them in the microwave, dishwasher, etc. and they have not chipped or lost their markings.
One word of caution to those unwary, the graduations on the side of the beakers are marked as follows:
Beaker Size -> Max mark
1000mL -> 1000mL
600mL -> 500mL
250mL -> 200mL
100mL -> 80mL
50mL -> 40mL
Why don't they just mark the beakers up to their rated size?? Why stop short? I don't know....but you're not using them to make precise measurements anyways.
the beakers are microwaveable and they do tend to run thinner than a run of the mill kitchen tool, so take some care in using this product for those purposes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wish they had indicated ounces as well as millimeters. I would not repeat purchase.Published 3 months ago by Patt
I bought a bunch of lab glass for patination. I am happy with the products.Published 5 months ago by daleroe
These beakers are great. My girlfriend's cat has knocked them off the counter a few times and they have not chipped, cracked or broken. Will be buying more.Published 6 months ago by Eric
I purchased these to do some small handling/mixing of chemicals around the house. I remember using Pyrex in the chem lab in college, so when I needed some glassware for home use it... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Aaron M. Anderson
Corning Pyrex is the best glassware in the lab. I use for handling yeast, water chemistry and other brew-related measuring and transfer tasks at my home brewery. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Frank J. Crow