- Size is 18 x 150mm
- Made of borosilicate glass
- Premium quality tube has a sturdy, uniform bottom and consistent length
- Complies with ASTM Specification E438, Type I, Class B glass requirements
- Shrink-wrapped in plastic film with tubes remaining in constant alignment for protection against in-transit breakage and contamination
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Kimble 73500-18150 N-51A Borosilicate Glass Culture/Test Tube, with Rim Top (Case of 500)
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|Number of Items||500|
|Outside Diameter||18 mm|
|Overall Length||150 mm|
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This Kimble-Chase 18 x 150mm lab tube is made of borosilicate glass. Borosilicate glass KIMAX-51 composition assures the best all-around chemical durability of commercial glasses now available for laboratory ware. Complies with ASTM Specification E438, Type I, Class B glass requirements. KIMAX-51 has excellent chemical resistance against sodium leaching - a factor common in soda lime glass products. This premium quality tube has a sturdy, uniform bottom and consistent length. Tubes are packed in convenient trays for ease of use on bench tops and in drawers. Trays are shrink-wrapped in plastic film with tubes remaining in constant alignment for protection against in-transit breakage and contamination. Designed from ASTM Specification E890. Size: 18 x 150mm. Material: Borosilicate Glass. Kimble-Chase #: 73500-18150.
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By DitzMan on March 20, 2014
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I do an after school science program once a year. With these affordable tubes, I send them home with the kids instead of washing, drying, and re-using the next year. They are a bit thin, but at this price you can afford to break one or two.
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