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Z680966

Duran® baffled flask

borosilicate glass flask, working volume 250 mL, non-sterile

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Related Categories Baffled flasks, Duran, Duran Baffled Flasks, Duran Flasks, Flasks,
material   borosilicate glass
  borosilicate glass flask
  screw top blue high-density polyethylene cap (Filter cap)
  straight neck
sterility   non-sterile
feature   closure type Membrane screw cap
  vented
  with cap filtered
packaging   case of 4
mfr. no.   DURAN, 212833655
working volume   250 mL
fitting   GL 45 cap
binding type   non-treated surface

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General description

When cultivating microorganisms in Erlenmeyer flasks on a vibrating board, the oxygen intake is frequently the limiting factor for cell growth.

In standard Erlenmeyer flasks, a liquid sickle forms, the size of which depends on the speed of the board and the vibration diameter. The larger the surface of the content, the larger is the gas exchange surface and with it the possible oxygen intake.

The speed and the associated oxygen intake only increase in a limited manner. The new Duran® Erlenmeyer flask with four baffles on the bottom interrupts the laminar flow to create a turbulent flow. The surface of the liquid and the gas exchange surface are increased, so that the oxygen intake can be increased.

• The membrane screw cap allows for gas exchange and can be reused
• Reduced cell growth due to limited oxygen transfer

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