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Eisco Labs Serological Pipette, Borosilicate Glass, Class B, 25 Milliliters

Item #: 2022346
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Class B, heavy duty 3.3 thick borosilicate seological pipette has 25 milliliter (mL) capacity, tolerance of 0.200 mL, and is calibrated for delivery to jet (with last drop expelled by blowing). Accuracy as per Class B - DIN ISO 835 standard. Blue 0.2 mL graduation lines are marked every 2 mL for a precise, easier reading of volume. Full pipette measures 14-1/2inches long with body diameter of 3/5 inch (15 millimeters). Borosilicate glass pipette is autoclavable (for easy sterilization) and 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).