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The unique chemically stable, heat-resistant, low-expansion borosilicate formula of PYREX glass from Corning has been trusted by scientists for more than 100 years.
Corning’s attention to detail is exemplified by the fire-polished rim on Corning crystallizing dishes and the extra-strength beaded edges on Corning petri dishes.
Their ability to withstand repeated autoclaving and their chemical inertness and shock resistance have made PYREX dishes the best choice for the lab.
The tops and bottoms of our covered dishes are marked to make sorting easier. Bottoms have a triangular, enamel reference point for serial dilutions.
PYREX Low Actinic Labware is made from Code. No. 7740 glass with copper replacing the sodium in the glass matrix at the surface.
PYREX assortment packs include one each of the most popular sizes of either beakers, cylinders, or Erlenmeyers.
Low expansion, Type I, Class A borosilicate glass (DD-G-54 lb, ASTM E-438, USP specifications for Type I borosilicate glass).
Package Dimensions : 10.9 x 9.3 x 4.8 inches; 2.85 Pounds
Item model number : A3160
Date First Available : June 30, 2021
Manufacturer : Corning Incorporated, Life Sciences
ASIN : B0982LNVWM
GLASS PETRI DISH: The ideal petri dish for laboratory, school, home and STEM activity uses, this clear lab dish features a wide flat base, shallow sides and is supplied with a cover.
CLEAR MARKINGS: The laboratory glassware is marked to make sorting dishes and covers easier, and dishes have reference points for serial dilutions. The covered chemistry petri dish is not airtight.
ADDED DURABILITY: Designed for repeated use, the edges of these glass petri dishes are beaded to provide greater strength and reduce breakages.
EASY TO CLEAN: The reusable laboratory equipment is easy to clean and can be sterilized safely in autoclaves at 121°C, making them ideal for use in busy lab environments.
PYREX GLASSWARE: PYREX scientific glassware has been a trusted partner for chemists and research scientists in the toughest laboratory environments for more than 100 years.