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Nalgene 2425-0500 LDPE Right-To-Know Safety Wash Bottle Assortment, 500mL Capacity, Pack of Five

3.3 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Nalgene
Part Number 2425-0500
Material Type LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene)
Number of Items 5
Capacity 500  milliliters
Shape Boston Round
UNSPSC Code 41103209

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Product Features

  • Set of five wash bottle used to wash labware and to store washing solutions
  • LDPE body for flexibility, elasticity, and impact, stress-cracking, and moisture resistance, and is lightweight
  • Atlantic City (AC) round shape for applications that require a rounded body and wide mouth for dry and viscous samples
  • Color-coded polypropylene screw closures have a safety valve that allows volatile solvent vapors to escape during storage, but seals when dispensing liquid to prevent drips
  • Hazardous communication labels provide for content identification and safety information

Product Description

Each bottle in this set of five Nalgene 2425-0500 500mL round wash bottles has an LDPE body, a color-coded polypropylene screw closure with a safety valve, and a hazardous communication label. The set includes one bottle each suitable for acetone, distilled water, isopropanol, ethyl alcohol, and methanol washing solutions. Each bottle label features the chemical name, International Chemical Society (ICS) chemical formula, and Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) number. The LDPE (low-density polyethylene) body is lightweight, flexible, and elastic, has an opaque hue, and resists impact, stress cracks, and moisture absorption. The Atlantic City round shape is used for applications that require a rounded body and wide mouth for dry and viscous samples. The polypropylene screw closure has its stem and draw tube molded in one piece for leak-proof applications, and its angled dispensing nozzle directs the stream of liquid. The closure is self-venting and non-metallic and keeps contents in the bottle without risk of solvent leakage. The colored caps enable color-coding of reagents or coordinating with industry storage codes. A hazardous communication label provides for content identification and safety information. Each bottle is suitable for storing and transporting labware washing solutions.

Thermo Fisher Scientific manufactures analytical instruments, laboratory equipment, consumables, and software under the Thermo Scientific, Fisher Scientific, Barnstead, Nalgene, and Orion brands, among others. The company is headquartered in Waltham, MA.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003OBYX5A
  • Item model number: NAL-2425-0500PK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,140 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

The only thing I like about this is the DI Water bottle... all the rest of them spit and sputter when you squeeze the bottle. Meaning, you squeeze and the chemicals come out in short streams followed by air and mist (which spits all over the place). I believe this is due to the self venting property of the cap (because it is the only difference I see between the DI bottle and the chemical bottles). I work in a cleanroom environment and we have lots of these types bottles that don't do this. They might not be self venting, but we have never had a problem with them NOT being self venting if they aren't (I will check today) but they provide a constant uninterrupted stream of chemical where directed. I think I shall return these for a refund when I get a free moment.
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not bad bottles they have really nice labels that are painted on so they wont come off easily, now I have to find all these chemicals to fill these cuz I didnt release it was ll 5 of them I thought it was just in the pic that way
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These are well marked and easy to handle. I keep the more volatile fluids in a sealed refrigerator to reduce vapor presssure. They containers release the fluids in a reasonable manner and they are good for modest bench work.
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The top one-star is correct, these bottles will not give a steady stream. I thought I must have the bottle tipped somehow to allow air in, but even filled to the brim it somehow still sputters.
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If you are looking for common reagent/DI Wash bottles, these are for you. They hold enough liquids and are colorfully decorated with proper safety emblems. Also the price was right.
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