Every lab must have one

Invented by the German chemist Emil Erlenmeyer in 1860, the Erlenmeyer flask has become one of the most commonly used pieces of laboratory glassware. The conical shape and narrow neck of this flask allow the contents of the flask to be mixed by swirling, with a minimal risk of spillage, making them ideal for titrations, as well as a host of other applications

  • Complies with DIN ISO 1773
  • Erlenmeyer pattern
  • Manufactured from Pyrex® borosilicate glass for highest resistance to thermal shock and chemical corrosion
  • White enamel graduations and marking spot
  • Graduated to full capacity
  • Printed with Trace Code for downloadable batch certificate
  • Batch certificate available to download from www.scilabware.com

Product Specification

Grouped product items
Item Code Body OD (mm) Capacity ml Description Height mm Neck ID mm Pack quantity
1130/03 25 5 52 12 10
1130/05M 30 10 60 12 10
1130/11M 42 25 Erlenmeyer flask, 25ml 70 18 10
1130/02M 51 50 85 18 10
1130/06D 64 100 105 18 10
1130/08D 69 125 117 28 10
1130/10D 74 150 118 28 10
1130/12D 79 200 131 34 10
1130/14D 85 250 145 34 10
1130/16D 87 300 156 34 10
1130/20D 105 500 180 34 10
1130/26D 131 1000 220 37 10
1130/30D 166 2000 280 50 10
1130/32D 187 3000 310 52 2
1130/36D 220 5000 365 52 1

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