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  • Precision Bore Class A Burettes with PTFE Stopcock

    Wilmad-LabGlass - SP Scienceware

    Made of borosilicate glass, these precision type, Class A burets have a straight 2mm PTFE stopcock. Calibration is in compliance with ASTM E 694 specifications. Reference No. ASTM E 287 Laboratory Glass Graduated Burets

  • The top of this Class A buret is funnel shaped to accommodate a rubber stopper and glass tubing to fill from a delivery tip via suction. Made of borosilicate glass with durable colored scale, both sizes have 2mm stopcock with PTFE plug.

  • Automatic Zero Reservoir Burets

    Wilmad-LabGlass - SP Scienceware

    For student use or industrial test methods requiring medium accuracy Graduated in 0.1 mL; central filling tube zeroes buret as excess titrant drains back into reservoir Self-standing, supported by filling tube which passes through rubber stopper of reservoir bottle Rubber bulb with finger-stop…

  • This inexpensive portable titration set features a 2mm straight bore stopcock. The borosilicate glass buret is filled by pressure through a tube extending from the bottle up inside the graduated tube. A small hole in the filling tube at the "O" line permits setting of the liquid level and…

  • This inexpensive portable titration set features a 2mm straight stopcock with PTFE plug. The borosilicate glass buret is filled by pressure supplied by the rubber bulb. A small hole in the filling tube at the "O" line permits setting of the liquid level and excess titrant is returned to…

  • Ammonia Dissociation Buret

    Wilmad-LabGlass - SP Scienceware

    Graduated from 10 to 90% in 1% subdivisions, this borosilicate glass buret is used to determine the degree of dissociation of ammonia during the nitriding of steel alloys. Buret is 100mL and reads the amount of ammonia absorbed. Stopcocks are glass and a Standard Taper 14/20 joint connects the…

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