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4750-Beakers, Tall form, Without Spout DIN/ISO

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4750-Beakers, Tall form, Without Spout DIN/ISO

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  • Complies with DIN 12331 & ISO 3819
  • Large labeling field for easy marking
  • Clear Graduation for easy reading convenience
  • Uniform wall thickness
  • Ideal for heating liquids
  • Clear metric Graduation for convenience
  • Highly resistant to chemical attack
PART  No. Capacity (ml) Dia (mm) Height (mm) PACK Qty.
4750-50 50 38 70 12
4750-100 100 48 80 12
4750-150 150 54 95 12
4750-250 250 60 120 12
4750-400 400 70 130 12
4750-500 500 75 142 6
4750-600 600 80 150 6
4750-1000 1000 90 192 6

Here are common uses for these beakers in a laboratory setting:

  1. Precise Volume Measurements: Tall-form beakers without a spout are often used when precise volume measurements are required. They provide a clear and straight container for accurate readings.
  2. General Mixing and Stirring: These beakers are suitable for general mixing and stirring of liquids or solutions. The absence of a spout does not hinder the mixing process, and a separate pouring device can be used if needed.
  3. Reagent Preparation: Tall-form beakers without a spout are used for preparing and measuring reagents before experiments. They provide a stable container for handling and measuring liquids.
  4. Heating and Boiling: Beakers without a spout can be placed on a hot plate or over a Bunsen burner for heating and boiling liquids. They are suitable for larger volumes and can be paired with a separate pouring device.
  5. Titration: Tall-form beakers are commonly used in titration experiments where precise volume measurements are essential. They offer a clear and straight surface for observing color changes during titrations.
  6. Dilution: These beakers are appropriate for diluting solutions to specific concentrations. The absence of a spout does not affect their suitability for controlled dilution processes.
  7. Solution Transfer: While lacking a spout, these beakers can still be used for transferring solutions from one container to another using a separate pouring device or a pipette.
  8. Media Preparation: In microbiology and cell culture laboratories, tall-form beakers without a spout may be used for preparing and measuring larger quantities of growth media.
  9. Quality Control Testing: Beakers without a spout can be used for various quality control tests where precise volume measurements are required, and solutions are transferred using a separate device.
  10. Chemical Storage: They can be used for temporary storage of liquids during experiments or procedures where pouring is not the primary consideration.
  11. Educational Purposes: Tall-form beakers without a spout are commonly used in educational laboratories for teaching basic principles of chemistry and laboratory techniques, especially when demonstrating experiments with precise measurements.
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