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  • Griffin low form polypropylene beakers have a “no-drip” spout for easy pouring. They are translucent, chemical resistant and will stack without sticking together. Raised numeric graduations show approximate volume (± 5%) All sizes are steam autoclavable at 121°C (250°F) Microwavable

  • These beakers are transluscent with a raised graduation scale. They feature high temperature and chemical resistance.

  • Polypropylene Molded graduations - in liters Low form for added stability Autoclavable; use up to 135°C Autoclavable, highly translucent especially when filled with liquids. Permanent molded in graduations. Resistant. No drip spout. Thumb grip on handle.

  • Tri-Stir Beakers


    Disposable graduated polypropylene construction Flat bottom for magnetic stirring (not for use on hot plates) Chemically resistant Autoclavable Constructed with sloping sides that allow nesting for storage Unique triangular flanged rim with notches forms three…

  • Unique combination of a pure Polytetrafluoroethylene body with a specially formulated stabilized Polytetrafluoroethylene Carbon base as a single molding. Totally inert pure polytetrafluoroethylene inner surface Heatable to 270°C without distortion Improved heat transfer Use…

  • Special no-drip pouring spouts Constructed of chemically resistant, autoclavable polypropylene For general laboratory use. Will withstand temperatures up to 120°C. Graduated in mL.

  • Transluscent polypropylene beakers printed with blue graduations.

  • Nalgene™ Griffin Low-Form Beakers, PPCO

    Thermo Scientific Nalgene

    Nalgene beakers won’t chip, crack or shatter and can last for years. No sharp edges lurking in the dishpan. Great for general laboratory use, these beakers, with and without handles are strong and durable. Excellent compatibility with a wide range of chemicals Eliminate…

  • Transluscent polypropylene beakers printed with blue graduations.

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