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Lab Hardware

Lab Hardware

Lab Hardware There is 1 product.

Subcategories

  • Heating Devices
  • Lab Stands Retort
  • Temperature Measurement
  • Lab Jacks
  • Pipette pumps
  • Keck Clips
  • Tripods
  • PTFE Teflon Stir Bars
  • Water Pumps
    Used to circulate water for your glassware. But more specifically, for your condensors.
  • Tweezers Forceps
  • Crucible Tongs
  • Digital Scales
  • Ceramic Products
  • Vacuum Pumps
  • Molecular Sieves
  • Filter paper & pumps...
    In this category, you will find all things involved with filtering. ie. Filter paper, Filter pumps and lots more.
  • pH Measurement tools
  • Miscellaneous
  • microscopes
    A specific range of Microscopes chosen for Researchers, Uni, Primary and secondary Students in Australia
  • Stirring Devices and...
    Tools to help stir reactions. Overhead Stirrers & Magnetic stirrers
  • Rotary Evaporator
  • centrifuges
    We stock both electric and hand operated centrifuges.
  • High Vacuum Grease...
    This is the stuff, that you use to stop leaks when doing vacuum distillations.
  • Filter Paper
    Paper that filters, right?
  • rubber stoppers
    These are the classic red rubber stoppers. I have not drilled them, as this is best done per purpose. They are really easy to drill. 1) put in freezer for a few hours. 2) buy steel tubing, the size of the hole you want. 2a) grind diameter until you get a nice sharp edge. (think dremel) 3) put that tubing into your drill. 4) use plenty of oil for lube, and you will be amazed at the results. 5) you don;t really need to use the fridge, but it does create a sweeter hole. *alternatively buy a borer set from me, they are under $20, but they are hand operated, so it can be hard on large stoppers. *what I do, is I cut the metal tubing off the hand borers, and shove that into a drill. Simples. (think meerkat)
  • red rubber tubing classic
    This is the red rubber tubing used in most lab operations,. ie. Condenser tubing, aspirator tubing, etc.
  • manometers vacuum...
    Here is where you will find equipment to measure and regulate vacuums. This is an interesting section, as new advances have led to digital manometers, cheap analogue meters, and regulators, to actually control the brute force of any vacuum. Theoretically, once can just buy a bleed valve for regulation, and use a good quality manometer to achieve this, without having to fork out hundreds for the ever valuable vacuum regulators. Back in the day, glass manometers were all the rage, but who really like working with mercury. Not me.
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