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EISCO Borosilicate Glass Burette with 50mL shipfree PTFE Stopcock El Paso Mall Capac

EISCO Borosilicate Glass Burette, with PTFE Stopcock, 50mL Capac

$17

EISCO Borosilicate Glass Burette, with PTFE Stopcock, 50mL Capac

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Product description

This EISCO burette is for laboratory use and has a polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) plastic plunger stopcock for resistance to chemicals, moisture, and high temperatures. Made of class 'B' borosilicate glass. PTFE plastic is a strong, low-friction material that has smooth transfer, high surface release, and nonstick properties. It has high chemical resistance, and resists moisture, high temperatures, flames, thermal expansion, and ultraviolet (UV) exposure. PTFE has low temperature toughness. The burette has 50 mL capacity with 0.10mL graduation, and is suitable for high school or college students, or ages 14 to 21. Clamp not included
Eisco Labs Borosilicate glass has the following heat tolerances: Strain Point -515°C | Annealing Point 565°C | Softening Point 820°C.
Calibrated for delivery.

Eisco Labs proudly manufactures its own products using state-of-the-art equipment, and following the highest standards of quality control.
Each product is carefully designed by a team of laboratory professionals and experienced engineers with quality and durability in mind. They are manufactured with only the highest grade, raw materials and according to international quality standards to ensure that they can withstand use in even the toughest laboratory environments.

EISCO Borosilicate Glass Burette, with PTFE Stopcock, 50mL Capac

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