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Eisco Labs Bulb Form Pipette, Borosilicate Glass, Class B, 25 Milliliters

Item #: 2022247
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High quality, Class B borosilicate glass bulb form pipette with 25 milliliter (mL) capacity and tolerance of ±0.060 mL is ideal aid for pipetting liquid substances from one vessel to another with accuracy. Accuracy per Class B - DIN ISO 648 standard. Pipette measures 20-1/2 inches tall with diameter of 1/5 inch; bulb diameter measures 2/5 of an inch. Borosilicate glass pipette has the following heat tolerances: a strain point of -515 degrees Celsius (-895 degrees Fahrenheit); an annealing point of 565 degrees Celsius (1049 degrees Fahrenheit); and a softening point of 820 degrees Celsius (1508 degrees Fahrenheit).