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Blog - Glassware

Did You Know ... Glass Funnels


Borosil® Glass Funnels are typically used in laboratory processes rather than metal or plastic, as the glass does not react with chemicals  -  Solvents are known to deteriorate some plastic or metal funnels.

In addition, the narrow bottoms of Borosil® Glass Funnels allow liquids to be added to chemical mixtures at a slow pace.

Not All Scientific ... Drinks Anyone ?

Looking for a more interesting approach for Drinks Service?Did you know, Borosil® Erlenmeyer Flasks have become increasingly popular with cafes and restaurants?Using the flasks as a Carafe alternative, the clearly marked graduations allow accurate dispensing of your beverages.Check out the Borosil® range of laboratory glassware to liven up the table at your next occasion.

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Did You Know ....

Did you know who created the Erlenmeyer Flask?... It was created by Emil Erlenmeyer in the 1860's to help scientists have a better way of mixing, pouring and storing chemicals!Borosil® Glassware offers a wide range of Flasks for a variety of applications. They are designed to deliver the best combination of thermal shock resistance, physical strength and [...]

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Did You Know ..... The Difference between TD and TC?

What does TD and TC on graduated glassware mean?Some volumetric glassware bears the label "TC20˚C" which stands for "to contain at 20˚C". This means that at 20˚C, that flask will have precisely the volume listed inside it.  If you were to pour out the liquid, you would need to get every drop out of it to have that [...]

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Did You Know .....

The common Low Form Beaker with spout was devised by John Griffin and also called the "Griffin Beaker"Check out the Borosil® range of Low Form Beakers today!

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Borosil® Measuring Cylinders - How are they built to last?

Simple - Borosil® Measuring Cylinders are made from specially drawn 3.3 low expansion Borosilicate glass tubing, resulting in heavy, uniform walls. In addition, each Cylinder has a strong, hexagonal base for greater stability on your laboratory workbench.Borosil®  Measuring Cylinders serve to simultaneously receive and measure different amounts of liquids, with easy to read, amber enamelled graduations for assured accuracy. Their perfect spout [...]

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Drip Free Pouring from your Reagent Bottle

Borosil® Laboratory Reagent bottles are chemically resistant and stable. When fitted with a plastic pouring ring, dripping can be totally eliminated.As there is only one size of screw thread for all bottles from 100 ml onwards in the Borosil® range, the screw caps and pouring rings are fully interchangeable. In addition, the bottles, pouring rings and caps are autoclavable and sterilizable.Available in either Clear [...]

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Why Choose Borosil® Beakers?

Whether it is research, industry or education, Borosil® Beakers have a wide range of applications. This simple container is used for stirring, mixing and heating liquids. Borosil® Glassware Beakers offer a quality product at competitive pricing. Controlled wall thickness at the sides, radius and base ensures a fine balance between the thermal resistance and mechanical strength to enable a high level [...]

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New Borosil (Australia) Website

In keeping with trends in website development and the online environment, Borosil (Australia) is delighted to launch a website for it's Australian customers.Our labware continues to be used in many major research centres, universities and pharmaceutical laboratories along with nuclear and environmental research institutes, where accuracy is of paramount importance.Our products are also a welcome [...]

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