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3890- Mixing Cylinder with Hexagonal base, Class-A, DIN/ISO with Batch Certificate

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3890- Mixing Cylinder with Hexagonal base, Class-A, DIN/ISO with Batch Certificate

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  • Complies as per DIN EN ISO 4788 standards
  • With batch conformity certificate
  • With PE stopper

* Non DIN

PART No. Capacity (ml) NS SIZE SUB DIVISION (ml) ±Tol.(ml)

Pack QTY.
3890-5* 5* 10/19 0.1 0.05 2
3890-10 10 10/19 0.2 0.10 2
3890-25 25 14/23 0.5 0.25 2
3890-50 50 19/26 1.0 0.50 2
3890-100 100 24/29 1.0 0.50 2
3890-250 250 29/32 2.0 1.00 2
3890-500 500 34/35 5.0 2.50 2
3890-1000 1000 45/40 10.0 5.00 1
3890-2000 2000 45/40 20.0 10.00 1

Here are some common uses for such a mixing cylinder:

  1. Accurate Mixing of Solutions: The mixing cylinder is utilized for the accurate and precise mixing of liquid components in specific ratios, ensuring reproducible results in various laboratory applications.
  2. Analytical Chemistry: In analytical chemistry laboratories, this mixing cylinder is employed for preparing standard solutions or reagents with precise concentrations needed for analytical methods and procedures.
  3. Quality Control: Industries, particularly pharmaceuticals and chemicals, use mixing cylinders for quality control processes, ensuring the accuracy of mixed solutions in manufacturing processes.
  4. Sample Dilution: Laboratories use mixing cylinders for diluting samples accurately, especially in applications where maintaining a specific concentration is crucial.
  5. Chemical Reactions: The mixing cylinder can be used in controlled chemical reactions where precise mixing is essential for achieving desired outcomes in research or manufacturing processes.
  6. Titration Procedures: Mixing cylinders are valuable in titration experiments for preparing solutions with accurate concentrations, ensuring reliable and accurate titration results.
  7. Educational Purposes: Mixing cylinders are commonly used in educational settings for teaching students about liquid measurements, mixing techniques, and the importance of precision in laboratory work.
  8. Research and Development: In research and development laboratories, the mixing cylinder is useful for developing new processes, methods, or formulations that require precise liquid mixing.
  9. Pharmaceutical Formulations: In pharmaceutical laboratories, mixing cylinders are employed for preparing formulations with precise concentrations of active ingredients and other components.
  10. Environmental Analysis: Laboratories involved in environmental analysis may use mixing cylinders for preparing standard solutions or reagents with accurate concentrations for water quality testing or pollution monitoring.
  11. Hexagonal Base Stability: The hexagonal base design provides stability during mixing, minimizing the risk of accidental spills or tipping over, which is crucial in applications requiring accuracy.
  12. Industrial Applications: In certain industrial processes where a high level of precision is required, Class A mixing cylinders with a hexagonal base may be used for critical mixing tasks or quality checks.
  13. Batch Traceability: The batch certificate provides traceability for a group of instruments, ensuring consistency in calibration and accuracy across the batch.

 

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