Plastic Beakers

Photo of Dispensers for Staccups® Beakers

For convenience, cleanliness, organization and accessibility, install these Wall-Mounted Dispensers in all key locations. Available for two Staccups® beaker sizes: 120cc (4 fl. oz.) and 500cc (17 fl. oz.). Clearly visible window to indicate low supply. Top-loading with convenient bottom-dispensing. Hardware and installation instructions for wall-mounting included.

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Photo of Large Volume Polypropylene Beakers. Non-Graduated
These non-graduated beakers feature flared rims and spouts for quick, easy pouring when large volumes are handled. Made of polypropylene, they offer good chemical resistance and are steam autoclavable at 121°C (250°F).
Photo of Dynalon PTFE Beakers with Pour Spout, Ungraduated

Dynalon PTFE Beakers are Isostatically molded from virgin PTFE and machine finished to give a smooth surface for ease of cleaning and to eliminate contamination. Beakers with pouring spouts are virtually immune to chemical attack, and are only attacked by some fluorine containing compounds at very high temperature and molten alkalis metals.

Working temperature range is from cryogenic to 500°F (260°C). All PTFE beakers are sold 1 each.

Photo of Dyn-A-Med Tri-Stir Graduated Disposable Beaker-Polypropylene

The Tri-Stir Beaker is made of translucent polypropylene with a tri-corner design. Corners are "V" notched for accurate pouring. Flat bottom for better use of magnetic stirring bars. Graduations in milliliters and ounces. 100/case.

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Photo of Staccups® Disposable Polypropylene Beakers

The first sterilizable graduated beakers. Staccups® are made from heavy-gauge polypropylene and are reusable, but are also economically priced to justify one-time use. Staccups® are stack-packed with a protective shrink-wrap which doubles as a self-dispenser and allows for cleanliness and convenient storing. Staccups® unique features make them essential in thousands of applications. Sterilizable - resistant to temperatures up to 121°C (250°F), yet can be subjected to very low temperatures for sample deep-freeze and storage.

Photo of Nalgene 1201 Griffin Low Form Graduated Polypropylene Beakers

Polypropylene Griffin Low-Form Beakers for general laboratory use. Superior chemical resistance. All size beakers have easy-to-read silk-screened graduations, plus catalog number, size code, resin code, maximum use temperature and "no flame" symbol. With ribs for easy stacking. Not for use on a hot plate. Meet the ISO/DIS 7056 International Standards for Laboratory Plasticware Accuracy.

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Photo of BEL-ART Griffin Low-Form PP Beakers with Graduations

Griffin low form polypropylene beakers are steam autoclavable at 121ºC (250ºF) and microwavable.

  • Raised numeric graduations show approximate volume (± 5%)
  • Stack without sticking together
  • Translucent
  • Chemical resistant

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Photo of Dynalon Azlon Square Ratio PP Beakers

Square ratio beakers are the safe, convenient alternative to griffin style beakers. These beakers feature a vertical lip around the top of the beaker that serves two purposes: first the lip contains many spills that may occur with the rounded design of a griffin style beaker. Second, this vertical lip allows the beakers to be stacked together in sets when not in use. Maximum temperature for Polypropylene is 275°F (135°C).

Photo of Nalgene 1203 PMP Griffin Low-Form Graduated Plastic Beakers

Nalgene 1203 Griffin Low-Form Polymethylpentene Beakers have the transparency of glass, excellent chemical resistance, and remarkable heat tolerance--can be used continuously at 150°C with intermittent service to 175°C. Not for use on a hot plate. Meets the ISO/DIS 7056 International Standards for Laboratory Plasticware Accuracy.

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Photo of Dynalon Azlon Square Ratio PMP Beakers

Square ratio beakers are the safe, convenient alternative to griffin style beakers. These beakers feature a vertical lip around the top of the beaker that serves two purposes: first the lip contains many spills that may occur with the rounded design of a griffin style beaker. Second, this vertical lip allows the beakers to be stacked together in sets when not in use. Maximum temperature for Polymethylpentane is 356°F (180°C).

Photo of Disposable Polypropylene Beakers

Maryland Plastics Polypropylene Translucent beakers are highly resistant to strong acids and bases, organic solvents, and commonly used laboratory reagents. Autoclavable beakers have excellent temperature resistance. The beakers are molded with a special "dripless" lip and spout. Polypropylene beakers are less rigid than reusable type plastic beakers.

Photo of Nalgene 1220 Graduated HDPE Plastic Beakers with Handles

Safely handle acids, alkalis and hot solutions using Nalgene 1220 Graduated HDPE Beakers with Handles. These high density polyethylene beakers feature an extra-heavy wall and a sturdy rectangular handle for reliable support and dispensing control. Molded in nominal graduations in ounces and milliliters. Rectangular handle for easy carrying and pouring. Extra-heavy wall. Excellent chemical resistance. Not for use on a hot plate.

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Photo of Nalgene DS1511 PFA Graduated Plastic Beakers with Handles

With Nalgene™ DS1511 PFA Graduated Beakers with Handles, you can conduct high-purity applications that use strong oxidizing agents, acids, hydrocarbons and ketones. These beakers feature extraordinary chemical resistance. PFA is “non-stick”, making the beaker easy to clean and resistant to contamination. Not for use on a hotplate.

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Photo of Corning® Reusable Plastic Low Form Beaker, PFA, Graduated

These beakers are translucent with a raised graduation scale. They feature high temperature and chemical resistance.

Photo of Nalgene 1510 Griffin Low-Form Teflon PFA Beakers

Nalgene 1510 Griffin Low-Form Teflon PFA Beakers are sturdy and tough and can handle temperatures from -270° to +250°C. Molded from chemically resistant perfluoroalkoxy resin and featuring a heavy-wall design, these beakers are ideal for continual lab usage. Highly resistant to most chemicals, including the strongest sulfuric, nitric, chromic and phosphoric acids—will not contaminate contents with leachables. Not for use on a hot plate. Autoclavable.

 

 

 

 

Photo of Corning® Reusable Plastic Low Form Beaker, Polypropylene, Graduated

Translucent polypropylene beakers printed with blue graduations.

PTFE PFA Griffin Low Form Beakers. Superior for tough lab use. Widest temperature range: -270°C to +250°C. Not for use on a hot plate.