Chemical sampling bottles
Order your chemical sampling bottles from our huge stock for fast delivery. Many material options available (listed below). From 50cc to 2000cc.
Clear glass bottles
Clear soda lime glass sampling bottle has an excellent corrosion resistance to most chemicals. Its thickness enables a slight mechanical shock resistance. It has only medium thermal properties givenby a 120 °C (250 °F) maximum temperature and a 40 °C (100 °F) thermal shock resistance.
Amber glass sample bottles
Amber soda lime glass sampling bottle has an excellent corrosion resistance to most chemicals. Its thickness enables a slight mechanical shock resistance. It has only medium thermal properties given by a 120 °C (250 °F) maximum temperature and a 40 °C (100 °F) thermal shock resistance. This glass has the property of totally protecting the bottle content from ultraviolet rays and is therefore ideal for light-sensitive compounds.
Borosilicate glass high temperature bottles
Clear borosilicate glass sampling bottle is highly resistant to water, neutral and acid solutions, concentrated acids and their mixtures, chlorine, bromine, iodine and organic materials. It is considered to be an all-round industrial glass in all fields of applications where maximal thermal shock resistance is required. The temperature resistance of these sampling bottles gives a maximum temperature of 500 °C (900 °F)
Polyethylene sampling bottles
High density polyethylene sampling bottle is the most versatile and widely used plastic. It is translucent to opaque, robust enough to be virtually unbreakable, at the same time slightly flexible. Polyethylene is resistant to a great many chemicals at room temperature (strong oxidizing agents being the main exception). The temperature resistance gives a maximum
temperature of 110 °C (230 °F) continuously and 120 °C (250 °F) for short periods.
Polypropylene sample bottles
Polypropylene is a translucent material, which replaces polyethylene when higher thermal
resistance for sterilizing and autoclaving is required given a maximal temperature of 135 °C
(275 °F) and a 120 °C (250 °F) thermal shock resistance. It is particularly frequently used for
sterilization under clinical or similar circumstances. Although it has excellent mechanical
properties, the sampling bottle of this material are breakable.
Plastic coated glass bottles
Glass sampling bottles can be coated with plastic material to provide a safety feature against breakage. In case the container is dropped, the coating makes it less likely for the bottle to break. If it does break, the content is seldom spilled because content and glass fragments are
caught inside the protective coating. All bottle volumes, except 2 cc, can be supplied with a
plastic coating. The temperature resistance gives a maximum temperature of 70°C (160°F).
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