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Labware & Glasswares

Labware refers to a variety of equipment, traditionally made of glass and plastic, used for scientific experiments and other work in science, especially in chemistry and biology laboratories. Especially borosilicate glass or sodalime glass are preferred glass types for scientific experiments and other work in science. Different kind of labware are beakers, cylinders, flasks, pipettes, burettes etc.

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  • Dishes


    <p>Lab dishes are shallow containers commonly used for culturing cells, evaporating substances, or weighing samples in a scientific setting. They may be round, square, rectangular (boat-shaped), or hexagonal in shape, depending on their application.</p>
  • Lab Apparatus

    Lab Apparatus

    <p>Laboratory glass apparatus refers to a variety of equipment, traditionally made of glass, used for scientific experiments and other work in science, especially in chemistry and biology laboratories.</p>
  • Pipettes


    <p>The pipette, or chemical dropper, is a small glass or plastic tube used to transfer measurable amounts of liquids from one container to another. French scientist Louis Pasteur developed a range of pipettes, many of which are still used today -- although various modern pipettes provide better reliability and accuracy. Pipettes are used in several science practices, usually when you need to transfer less than 100 millilitres of a solution.</p>
  • Flasks


    <p>Laboratory Flasks are useful tools for containing liquid and performing mixing, heating, cooling, precipitation, condensation and other processes. Flasks come in a number of shapes and a wide range of sizes, but a common distinguishing aspect in their shapes is a wider vessel "body" and one (or sometimes more) narrower tubular sections at the top called necks which have an opening at the top.</p>
  • Funnels


    <p>Laboratory funnels are made for use in the chemical laboratory. There are different kinds of funnels that have been adapted for specialized applications.</p>
  • Cylinders


    <p>A piece of laboratory glassware used to measure the volume of a liquid. It has a narrow cylindrical shape. Each marked line on the graduated cylinder represents the amount of liquid that has been measured.</p>
  • Quartzware


    <p>Quartzwares used in many places including research institutes, quality control labs and in many more places. Silicaware is made from purified silica sand. According to the needs of the customers, we offer different types of quartz crucible.</p>
  • Desiccators


    <p>Desiccators are sealable enclosures containing desiccants used for preserving moisture-sensitive items such as cobalt chloride paper for another use. A common use for desiccators is to protect chemicals which are hygroscopic or which react with water from humidity.It should not be used to dry an object, but to maintain an already dried object indefinitely in a dry condition.</p>
  • Other Labwares

    Other Labwares

    <p>A Variety of glassware and plasticware materials are available which various used for scientific experiments and other work in science, especially in chemistry and biology laboratories.</p>
  • Centrifuge ware

    Centrifuge ware

  • Cryoware


  • Racks and Stands

    Racks and Stands

  • Tray and Baskets

    Tray and Baskets

  • Vials


  • Glass Apparatus

  • Tubes


    <p>Laboratory tubes are pieces of laboratory equipment used to hold small quantities of substances undergoing experimentation or testing. They are usually made of glass and vary in size and purpose. Laboratory tubes must not be confused with glass tubing, which is used to carry gases between laboratory equipment.</p>
  • Holders

  • Connectors

  • Beakers


    <p>These are lipped cylindrical glass containers for stirring, mixing and heating liquids for laboratory use.Beakers are commonly made of glass, usually borosilicate glass for they are known for having very low coefficients of thermal expansion making them resistant to thermal shock.</p>
  • Bottles & Jars

    Bottles & Jars

    <p>In the laboratory, containers play a key role in storage purposes. Bottles are containers with narrow openings generally used to store reagents or samples while Jars are cylindrical containers with wide openings that may be sealed. Bell jars are used to contain vacuums.</p>
  • Burettes


    <p>Burette, also spelt Buret, is a laboratory apparatus used in the quantitative chemical analysis to measure the volume of a liquid or a gas. It consists of a graduated glass tube with a stopcock (turning plug, or spigot) at one end. On a liquid burette, the stopcock is at the bottom, and the precise volume of the liquid dispensed can be determined by reading the graduations marked on the glass tube at the liquid level before and after dispensing it. In a gas burette, the stopcock is at the top; the tube of the burette is filled with a fluid, such as water, oil, or mercury, and the bottom of the tube is attached to a reservoir of the fluid. Gas is collected by displacing fluid from the burette, and the amount of gas is measured by the volume of fluid displaced.</p>
  • Condensers


    <p>A condenser is an apparatus or item of equipment used to condense (change the physical state of a substance from its gaseous to its liquid state). In the laboratory, condensers are generally used in procedures involving organic liquids brought into the gaseous state through heating, with or without lowering the pressure (applying vacuum)—though applications in inorganic and other chemistry areas exist.Depending on the application and the scale of the process, different types of condensers and means of cooling are used.</p>


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