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Pyrex® round media storage bottles, wide-mouth

capacity 2000 mL

Synonym: Pyrex® media bottles, glass media bottles

  •  NACRES NB.43



Related Categories Bottles and Caps, Corning, Corning Bottles, Corning Glass Bottles, Corning Glass Media & Storage Bottles,
material   borosilicate glass bottle
  orange polypropylene cap (screw cap)
sterility   non-sterile
feature   cap screw
  graduations 200 mL
packaging   case of 10
mfr. no.   Corning, 1397-2L
H   248 mm
capacity   2000 mL
fitting   neck (GLS 80)
storage temp.   room temp


General description

These PYREX wide mouth bottles are designed for heavy duty storage as well as mixing and sampling. The extra wide mouth (69mm inner diameter) gives easier access for pouring and removing pastes, powders and larger items. They include a linerless, one-piece autoclavable orange polypropylene plug seal GLS80 threaded cap with a drip-free pouring ring.

Caution DO NOT tighten caps immediately after autoclaving as the vacuum resulting from cooling can cause breakage.

• Neck opening is 5 times larger than on GL45 threaded bottles - much easier to add or remove powders and easier to clean
• High thermal shock resistance; useable up to 500ºC and in microwave ovens
• PYREX bottles can be sterilized by autoclaving or dry heat; polypropylene caps can be autoclaved
• Permanent white enamel graduations and marking spot
• Traceability Code for easier documentation

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PYREX is a registered trademark of Corning, Inc.

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