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4800-Beakers, Euro Design

  • Made from Polypropylene
  • These jugs are clear & autoclavable
  • Graduation for easy reading
PART  No. Capacity (ml) PACK Qty.
4800-25 25 12
4800-50 50 12
4800-100 100 12
4800-250 250 12
4800-500 500 12
4800-1000 1000 12
4800-2000 2000 6
4800-5000 5000 1

Here are some common uses for plastic beakers with Euro design in a laboratory:

  1. General Mixing and Stirring: Plastic beakers are suitable for general mixing and stirring of liquids or solutions. The Euro design often includes features like a tapered spout for controlled pouring.
  2. Reagent Preparation: Plastic beakers are used for preparing and measuring reagents before experiments. They are lightweight and easy to handle.
  3. Solution Transfer: The spout of Euro design plastic beakers facilitates easy and controlled pouring, making them suitable for transferring solutions from one container to another.
  4. Titration: Plastic beakers can be used in titration experiments where precise measurements and controlled pouring are necessary.
  5. Dilution: These beakers are appropriate for diluting solutions to specific concentrations. The Euro design allows for accurate pouring during the dilution process.
  6. Media Preparation: In microbiology and cell culture laboratories, plastic beakers may be used for preparing and measuring growth media. They are often autoclavable for sterilization.
  7. Solvent Storage: Plastic beakers can be used for storing certain solvents and solutions. However, compatibility with specific chemicals should be considered.
  8. Non-Critical Chemical Handling: Plastic beakers are suitable for handling non-critical chemical processes where the material of the beaker is compatible with the substances being used.
  9. Educational Purposes: Plastic beakers are commonly used in educational laboratories for teaching basic principles of chemistry and laboratory techniques, especially when safety and ease of handling are important considerations.
  10. Disposable Applications: Plastic beakers are often used in situations where disposable labware is preferred for reasons such as cost-effectiveness and preventing cross-contamination.

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