Automatic Burettes

Automatic Burettes

Burets are devices used typically in analytical, quantitative chemistry applications for measuring liquid solution or gases.

Differing from a pipette since the sample quantity delivered is changeable, graduated burets are used heavily in titration experiments.

In liquid measurement styles, the stopcock preventing leaks is located at the bottom of the vertical glass tube, while for gas models it is located at the top.

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  1. Burettes, Class A, with Straight Bore PTFE Key Stopcock, Individually Certified

    Burettes, Class A, with Straight Bore PTFE Key Stopcock, Individually Certified
    GCL-UN-BR2128
  2. Burettes, Class A, with Straight Bore PTFE Key Stopcock, Batch Certified

    Burettes, Class A, with Straight Bore PTFE Key Stopcock, Batch Certified
    GCL-UN-BR2129-10
  3. Burettes, Class A, with Screw Thread Stopcock, Individually Certified

    Burettes, Class A, with Screw Thread Stopcock, Individually Certified
    GCL-UN-BR2120
  4. Burettes, Class A, with Screw Thread Stopcock, Batch Certified

    Burettes, Class A, with Screw Thread Stopcock, Batch Certified
    GCL-UN-BR2121-10
  5. Automatic Burettes, Borosilicate Glass, Class A, Individually Certified

    Automatic Burettes, Borosilicate Glass, Class A, Individually Certified

     

    GCL-UN-BRA217
  6. Burettes, Class B, with Straight Bore PTFE Key Stopcock

    Burettes, class B, with straight bore PTFE key stopcock
    GCL-UN-BR2130-10
  7. Burettes, Class B, with Straight Bore Glass Stopcock

    Burettes, Class B, with Straight Bore Glass Stopcock
    GCL-UN-BR2124
  8. Burettes, Class B, with Screw Thread Stopcock

    Burettes, Class B, with Screw Thread Stopcock
    GCL-UN-BR2122
  9. Burettes, Class B, with PTFE Detachable Stopcocks

    Burettes, Class B, with PTFE Detachable Stopcocks
    GCL-UN-BR2116
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