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  1. Azlon® Stacking desiccator, Polystyrene
    Azlon® Stacking desiccator, Polystyrene
    The Azlon® stacking desiccator provides moisture-free storage with an airtight door and is supplied with silica gel.
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  2. Spares for Azlon® Vacuum Desiccator, polycarbonate
    Spares for Azlon® Vacuum Desiccator, polycarbonate
    The Azlon® vacuum desiccator has high impact resistance, permits the use of incandescent crucibles as well as safely withstanding high vacuum pressures.
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  3. Azlon® Vacuum desiccator, polycarbonate
    Azlon® Vacuum desiccator, polycarbonate
    The Azlon® vacuum desiccator has high impact resistance, permits the use of incandescent crucibles as well as safely withstanding high vacuum pressures.
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  4. Pyrex® Desiccators, non-vacuum
    Pyrex® Desiccators, non-vacuum
    Desiccators are commonly used for drying samples under atmospheric pressure or to protect chemicals which are hygroscopic or which react with water in a humid atmosphere
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  5. Pyrex® Desiccator plate
    Pyrex® Desiccator plate
    These metal plates are a robust alternative to porcelain plates and can be used with both the Pyrex vacuum and non-vacuum desiccators
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  6. Pyrex®Desiccator stopcock
    Pyrex®Desiccator stopcock
    Designed specifically for use with the Pyrex vacuum desiccators, these 3mm bore Rotaflo vacuum stopcocks have a PTFE key and a 24/29 ground glass cone to fit the desiccator lids.
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The benefits of using our desiccators

Choose from Pyrex® borosilicate glass or Azlon® plastic. Available as non-vacuum and vacuum for drying under pressure. Don’t forget our stackable design for optimal use of your storage space.

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