Laboratory glassware and small laboratory supplies

Laboratory glassware and small equipment, as well as small laboratory assortment is offered by our company. In our offer you will find such assortment as laboratory utensils made of borosilicate glass, e.g.: beakers, flasks, cylinders, crystallizers, weighing dishes, dipsticks, measuring glass, small laboratory glassware, as well as small laboratory utensils such as accessories for microscope preparations, filtration or chromatography accessories. The laboratory utensils offered by our company are made of high quality glass and are marked by quite high resistance to constant temperature changes and resistant to regular exposure to various chemical reagents. The glassware and accessories we offer come only from factories that are reputable. In the production of glassware from which accessories and laboratory utensils are made, various additives are used, such as barium oxide, boron oxide, magnesium oxide and zinc oxide, which change the properties of the glass making it more resistant to temperature fluctuations, chemical compounds and breakage. If it is necessary to make a division on the properties that the glass has, we can distinguish the following types of laboratory glass: sodium glass, potassium glass, Jena glass, pyrex glass, duran glass, supremax glass and quartz glass. At the same time, sodium glass is a very easily fusible even soft glass used in the manufacture and production of simple laboratory equipment. Potassium glass, on the other hand, is a hard glass much more difficult to melt, and thus requires higher temperatures for processing. Jena glass (named after the place where it was first manufactured - in Jena, Germany) is a glass used where very high resistance to acids and alkalis is required. Jena glass is also more sensitive to temperature fluctuations and has a higher temperature resistance. Where increased resistance to chemical compounds is not required, duran glass is used, that is, wherever operations are carried out using high temperatures. In extremely high temperatures we use supremax glass or quartz glass. The latter is more resistant to temperature spikes and can withstand even a significant thermal shock. Quartz glass, however, is not resistant to hydrofluoric acid, and its main use is in crucible products. We offer a comprehensive assortment for every research and industrial laboratory. Laboratory measuring dishes are used in the laboratory for precise volumetric measurements of liquids. For the precise measurements we deal with in the laboratory and that are performed in the analytical laboratory, it is important to use glassware of the appropriate metrology grade according to the classification for glassware. This grade in the case of metrology can be indicated by the confidence interval around the nominal value of the measurement marks, and using the verifiability of the calibration with according to the NIST standard. Periodically, for high-precision analysis, it may be advisable to check the calibration of laboratory glassware. Following the needs of our customers, we are constantly expanding and improving our product range by offering laboratory products of both high quality and affordable prices. We strongly encourage you to send us inquiries about non-standard laboratory glassware products, which we are able to price individually, as we cooperate with glassworks that make orders for individual needs.