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3910-Mixing Cylinder with Plastic Hexa base, Class-B

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3910-Mixing Cylinder with Plastic Hexa base, Class-B

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  • With PE stopper
PART No. Capacity (ml) SUB DIVISION (ml) ±Tol.(ml)

Pack QTY.
3910-5 5 0.1 0.1 2
3910-10 10 0.2 0.10 2
3910-25 25 0.5 0.25 2
3910-50 50 1.0 0.50 2
3910-100 100 1.0 0.50 2
3910-250 250 2.0 1.00 2
3910-500 500 5.0 2.50 2
3910-1000 1000 10.0 5.00 1

Here are some common uses for such a mixing cylinder:

  1. Routine Laboratory Mixing: Class B mixing cylinders with a plastic hexa base are often used for routine mixing tasks in laboratories where a moderate level of precision is acceptable.
  2. Educational Purposes: These mixing cylinders are suitable for educational settings, allowing students to learn about basic mixing techniques and liquid handling.
  3. Sample Preparation: Class B mixing cylinders can be used for general sample preparation tasks where precise measurements are not critical, and a moderate level of accuracy is sufficient.
  4. Bulk Solution Preparation: When preparing larger quantities of solutions where precise measurements are not essential, Class B mixing cylinders with a plastic hexa base can be used for bulk solution preparation.
  5. Qualitative Analysis: In qualitative analysis or initial screenings where the exact volume is not crucial, Class B mixing cylinders are suitable for approximations.
  6. General Liquid Transfers: These mixing cylinders are often used for transferring liquids between containers or vessels where a high level of precision is not required.
  7. Stability with Plastic Hexa Base: The plastic hexa base design provides stability during mixing, minimizing the risk of accidental spills or tipping over, which is important in applications requiring stability.
  8. Industrial Applications: In certain industrial processes where a moderate level of precision is sufficient, Class B mixing cylinders with a plastic hexa base may be used for routine mixing tasks or quality checks.
  9. Environmental Monitoring: Mixing cylinders may find application in environmental laboratories for tasks that do not demand the high precision of Class A instruments, such as basic environmental monitoring.
  10. Cost-Effective Solution: Class B mixing cylinders are generally more cost-effective than Class A instruments, making them practical for applications where a lower level of accuracy is acceptable.
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