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3680-AMBER GLASS, Measuring Cylinder Graduated, Hex Base, Class-B

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3680-AMBER GLASS, Measuring Cylinder Graduated, Hex Base, Class-B

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  • With Double Metric Scale, TD (To Delivery)
  • Cylinders are made to meet ASTM E 1272 norms
  • Printed in white enamel
PART No. Capacity (ml) SUB DIVISION (ml)

 

±Tol.(ml)

 

Pack QTY
3680-5 5 0.1 0.1 2
3680-10 10 0.1 0.2 2
3680-25 25 0.2 0.34 2
3680-50 50 1 0.5 2
3680-100 100 1 1.0 2
3680-250 250 2 2.0 2
3680-500 500 5 4.0 2
3680-1000 1000 10 6.0 1
3680-2000 2000 20 12.0 1

Here are some common uses for such a measuring cylinder:

  1. Routine Measurements: Class B measuring cylinders are suitable for routine measurements where a high level of precision is not required. They are often used for everyday laboratory tasks where a general volume estimate is sufficient.
  2. General Laboratory Work: These cylinders are commonly used in laboratories for general purposes such as mixing solutions, transferring liquids, or measuring volumes in situations where a less accurate measurement is acceptable.
  3. Educational Settings: Class B measuring cylinders are often used in educational laboratories to teach students basic principles of volume measurement and liquid handling. Their moderate accuracy makes them suitable for introductory laboratory exercises.
  4. Sample Preparations: For tasks that involve the preparation of solutions where precise measurements are not critical, Class B amber glass measuring cylinders can be employed.
  5. Bulk Solution Preparation: When preparing larger quantities of solutions where slight variations in volume are acceptable, Class B measuring cylinders with an amber glass construction can be cost-effective solutions.
  6. Hex Base Stability: The hexagonal base provides stability during measurements, reducing the risk of accidental spills or tipping over, which can be particularly useful in less controlled environments.
  7. Qualitative Analysis: In qualitative analysis or initial screenings where the exact volume is not crucial, Class B measuring cylinders can be used for approximate measurements.
  8. Storage of Light-Sensitive Liquids: The amber glass construction is beneficial for handling and storing light-sensitive liquids. While not as protective as Class A amber glass, it still provides some level of protection against light exposure.
  9. Cost-Effective Option: Class B measuring cylinders are generally more cost-effective than their Class A counterparts. This makes them suitable for applications where high precision is not essential, and budget considerations are important.
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