PYREX® Griffin Low Form Beaker, Graduated

Corning

$ 7.75 
SKU: 3310-10

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Pyrex® Griffin Beaker, with spout, manufactured with uniform wall thickness, offers optimum balance between thermal shock resistance and mechanical strength. extra large marking spot. Corning Glass Code Borosilicate 7740

Size (mL) Graduation Range (mL) Graduation Interval (mL) Approx. Height (mm) Approx. Outer Diam (mm)
10 N/A N/A 32 25
20 5 - 15 5 40 32
30 5 - 25 10 56 35
50 10 - 40 10 56 42
100 20 - 80 10 72 50
150 20 - 140 10 86 57
250 25 - 200 25 90 68
400 25 - 325 25 110 77
600 50 - 500 50 124 90
1000 50 - 1000 50 158 108
2000 200 - 1800 100 196 131

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