Erlenmeyer Flasks, Plastic

Photo of Nalgene 4102 Polypropylene Erlenmeyer Flasks

Nalgene 4102 Polypropylene Erlenmeyer Flasks can be used with most lab reagents and solutions due to their excellent chemical compatibility and shatter-proof construction. Translucent wall makes liquid level easily visible. 2000mL size has molded-in graduations. Mouth sized to accept standard sized stoppers. Can be repeatedly autoclaved while providing for long life and rigorous use.

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Photo of Nalgene 4103 Polycarbonate Graduated Erlenmeyer Flasks

Nalgene 4103 Polycarbonate Graduated Erlenmeyer Flasks. These flasks have molded in graduations. They are ideal for preparation and storage of culture media and many culturing techniques. Polycarbonate construction is far safer than glass flasks for use in shakers. 500mL size is superior combustion flask for microdetermination of fluorine. Repeated autoclaving may result in some loss in mechanical strength.

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Photo of Nalgene 4106 Teflon FEP Erlenmeyer Flasks with Screw Caps

Nalgene 4106 Teflon FEP Erlenmeyer Flasks with Caps combine the excellent chemical resistance of PTFE FEP with the convenience of a ETFE screw closure. They're unbreakable, nearly transparent, non-contaminating and resist virtually all chemicals. Withstand temperatures from -270°C to +205°C; closures from -100°C to +150°C. Can be autoclaved or chemically sterilized repeatedly. Before autoclaving, just set cap or closure on top of the container without engaging the threads. Useful with all organic solvents, concentrated oxidizing agents.

Photo of Nalgene 4113 Sterile Disposable Erlenmeyer Flasks with Baffled Bottom-PETG

Nalgene 4113 Sterile Disposable PETG Erlenmeyer Flasks with Baffled Bottoms are ideal for shaker and suspension cell culture, media preparation, or storage. Graduated flasks are made of light, crystal-clear PETG plastic with easy-to-open polyethylene screw closures. Disposing of flasks reduces chance of cross-contamination. Non-pyrogenic, non-cytotoxic. Sterilized to SAL 10-6. The leak-proof high-density polyethylene screw closures open to vent with 1/4 turn. Individually packaged for easy storage.

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Photo of Nalgene 4112 Sterile Disposable PETG Erlenmeyer Flasks with Plain Bottom

Nalgene 4112 Sterile Disposable PETG Erlenmeyer Flasks with Flat Bottoms are ideal for shaker and suspension cell culture, media preparation, or storage. Graduated flasks are made of light, crystal-clear PETG plastic with easy-to-open polyethylene screw closures. Disposing of flasks reduces chance of cross-contamination. Non-pyrogenic, non-cytotoxic. Sterilized to SAL 10-6. The leak-proof high-density polyethylene screw closures open to vent with 1/4 turn. Individually packaged for easy storage.

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Photo of Nalgene 4109 Graduated Plastic Erlenmeyer Flasks with Screw Caps-PMP

Nalgene 4109 Graduated Polymethylpentane Erlenmeyer Flasks with Screw Caps provide an excellent combination of clarity, chemical resistance, impact strength and autoclavability. Very transparent to microwave radiation. Use for titrations, preparation and storage of culture media. Before autoclaving, just set cap or closure on top of the container without engaging the threads. Polypropylene closure. Autoclavable.

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Photo of Nalgene 4108 Polycarbonate Graduated Erlenmeyer Flasks with Screw Caps

Nalgene 4108 Polycarbonate Graduated Erlenmeyer Flasks with Screw Caps can be used for preparation and storage of culture media and many culturing techniques. Far safer than glass flasks for use in shakers. Closures are linerless polypropylene, noncontaminating. Autoclavable and Graduated. Before autoclaving, set closure on top of the container without engaging the threads.

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Photo of Nalgene 4110 Polycarbonate Baffled Culture Flasks

Nalgene 4110 Polycarbonate Baffled Culture Flasks  can be used for E. coli and S. cerevisiae at room temperature. These polycarbonate flasks produce growth curves equivalent to those of glass flasks. Baffle design supplies the mixing, aeration, and gas exchange needed for effective cell culture, fermentation, and genetic engineering procedures. Molded neck ridge acts as a finger stop for consistent sterile technique. The 500 and 1000mL sizes have a straight neck design that accepts standard 38-mm stainless steel or plastic closures. Autoclavable.

Photo of Nalgene 4102 Polypropylene Erlenmeyer Flasks

Polypropylene Erlenmeyer Flasks for general laboratory use. F3720-7 has molded-in graduations. Liquid level easily visible.

Photo of Nalgene 4103 Polycarbonate Graduated Erlenmeyer Flasks

These graduated flasks can be used for preparation and storage of culture media and many culturing techniques. Polycarbonate construction is far safer than glass flasks for use in shakers. Repeated autoclaving may result in some loss in mechanical strength.

Photo of Polycarbonate Erlenmeyer Flasks with Screw Closure

Use for preparation and storage of culture media and many culturing techniques. Far safer than glass flasks for use in shakers. Closures are linerless polypropylene, noncontaminating. Flasks and closures are autoclavable, but polycarbonate shows some loss of mechanical strength after repeated autoclaving. Before autoclaving, set closure on top of the container without engaging the threads.

Photo of PTFE Erlenmeyer Flasks with Screw Closure

Combine the excellent chemical resistance of PTFE FEP with the convenience of a ETFE screw closure. They're unbreakable, nearly transparent, non-contaminating, and resist virtually all chemicals. Withstand temperatures from -270¡C to +205¡C; closures from -100¡C to +150¡C. Can be autoclaved or chemically sterilized repeatedly. Before autoclaving, just set cap or closure on top of the container without engaging the threads. Useful with all organic solvents, concentrated oxidizing agents. Can be boiled in concentrated nitric acid for trace metal work.