Kipp apparatus

The Kipp Apparatus, also called a Kipp generator, is an apparatus designed for the preparation of small volumes of gases. It was invented in 1844 by the Dutch pharmacist Petrus Jacobus Kipp and widely used in chemical laboratories.

Laboratory Refrigerator

The refrigerator in a laboratory is one of the most important pieces of equipment. Its function is to maintain, in a controlled environment (refrigerated space), various fluids and substances, so that they are kept in good condition.

Magnetic stirrer

A Magnetic Stirrer is an electronic device that uses a magnetic field to automatically mix a solvent and one or more solutes. This device consists of a small magnetic bar or stir bar and a plate underneath …

Laboratory Metal Ring

The Metal Ring is considered as a metal tool in a chemical laboratory. It provides support to hold other materials, allowing the preparation of different work environments.

Laboratory Autoclave

An autoclave is a thick-walled metal container with a hermetic closure that allows you to work with steam at high pressure and high temperature, which is used to sterilize medical or laboratory equipment.

Baguette or Stirring Rod

The Bagueta or Stirring Rod is a thin solid glass cylinder, which is mainly used to mix or dissolve substances in order to homogenize. Generally its diameter is 6 mm and length is 40 cm.

Analytical balance

The balance is an instrument used to measure mass. Analytical balance is a kind of balance mainly used to measure small masses. This type of balance is one of the most used measuring instruments in the laboratory.

Distillation Balloon or Distillation Flask

The distillation flask is mainly used to separate liquids through a distillation process. Distillation is a separation process based on the difference in the boiling points of the components of a mixture.

Laboratory Water Bath

The Bain-Marie is a laboratory equipment which is shaped like a container filled with hot water. The water bath is used to incubate samples in water at a constant temperature for a long period of time.

Burette

The burette is used to deliver varying amounts of liquid with great accuracy and precision. The burette is a large, graduated tube, generally made of glass. It has a uniform internal diameter throughout its length.

Porcelain capsule

The porcelain capsule is a small hemispherical container with a spout on its side. This is used to evaporate excess solvent in a sample. Porcelain Capsules exist in different sizes and shapes.

Laboratory Centrifuge

The centrifuge is a laboratory equipment that generates rotational movements, it has the objective of separating the components that constitute a substance. Today there is a diversity of centrifuges that have different objectives.

Porcelain Crucible

The porcelain crucible is a laboratory material used primarily for heating, melting, burning, and calcining substances. Porcelain allows it to withstand high temperatures.

Densimeter

The hydrometer is a measurement tool that allows you to determine the relative density of a liquid. It is usually made of glass and consists of a cylindrical stem and a bulb that contains mercury or lead pellets.

Dryer

Some chemicals will begin to break down if exposed to moisture for an extended period of time. The most common way to remove moisture from solids is by oven drying.

Double Nut

The double nut is a laboratory material used to hold other tools, such as a metal ring or a laboratory clamp, which in turn must be held in a universal holder.

Funnel

A funnel is a conical piece of glass or plastic used to transfer chemicals from one container to another. It is also used to carry out leaks.

Embudo Büchner

The büchner funnel is a special type of funnel used for vacuum filtration or pressure assisted filtration. It is traditionally made of porcelain, however it is also available in glass and plastic.

Settling Funnel or Settling Ball

The separating funnel is mainly used to separate immiscible or insoluble liquids (they do not mix) that separate, due to the difference in densities and molecular properties that these liquids possess.

Laboratory Brush

The laboratory brush is a brush used for cleaning test tubes and glassware such as beakers and flasks. It is composed of nylon, animal or synthetic fur bristles of various aligned diameters.

Spatula

The putty knife is a narrow flat blade that is attached to a handle made of wood, plastic, or metal. It is used mainly to take small amounts of compounds or solid substances, especially granular ones.

Gradilla

A rack is a utensil used to support test tubes or sample tubes. It is normally used to hold and store tubes. This is made of wood, plastic, or metal.

Laboratory Incubator

A Laboratory Incubator is a device used to grow and maintain microbiological cultures or cell cultures. The incubator maintains an optimal temperature and humidity, guaranteeing other conditions as well.

Gauge Flask or Volumetric Flask

A volumetric flask or gauging flask is a flat-bottomed glass container, it has an elongated and narrow neck, with a gauging that marks where the leveling should be carried out, which indicates a volume with great accuracy and precision.

Erlenmeyer flask

The Erlenmeyer flask is a glass container that is used in laboratories, it is cone-shaped and has a cylindrical neck, it is flat at the base. It is used to heat liquids when there is a danger of loss through evaporation.

Bunsen lighter

The bunsen burner is an instrument used in laboratories to heat samples and chemicals. The bunsen burner is made up of a vertical tube that is screwed to a metal foot with an inlet for the flow of gas

Microscope

The microscope is an instrument that allows observing objects that are not perceptible to the human eye. This is achieved through an optical system composed of lenses, which form and amplify the image of the object being observed.

Laboratory Mortar

The purpose of the mortar is to crush or grind solid substances. Characteristics and Forms The Mortar has a small instrument created from the same material called “Hand or Pilon” and is in charge of grinding.

Mufla

A muffle is a furnace normally used for firing ceramic materials and for melting metals through thermal energy. Inside the laboratory, a muffle furnace is used for the calcination of substances, drying of substances, etc.

Filter paper

Filter paper is a paper used as a sieve that is mainly used in the laboratory to filter. It is round in shape and it is introduced into a funnel, in order to filter insoluble impurities.

 Litmus Paper or PH Paper

Litmus Paper or pH Paper is used to measure the concentration of Hydrogen Ions contained in a substance or solution. Through the pH scale, which is classified in different colors and types.

pH meter (pH meter)

A pH meter or pH meter is a scientific instrument that measures the activity of the hydrogen ion in aqueous solutions, indicating its degree of acidity or alkalinity expressed as pH.

Crucible Gripper

The crucible clamp is a stainless steel tool and its function is to hold and manipulate evaporation capsules, crucibles and other objects. It is used mainly as a security measure when these are heated.

Laboratory Clamp

The Laboratory Clamp is generally thought of as a metal tool within a chemical laboratory. This allows you to firmly hold different objects through the use of a double nut linked to a universal support.

Wood clamp

This tool is used to hold the test tubes while they are heating up or when working directly with them

Double Burette Clamp or Butterfly Clamp

Metal tool that attaches to the universal bracket to hold two burettes vertically.

Burette tongs

Metal tool that attaches to the universal stand to hold a single burette vertically. It can also hold other glass materials such as test tubes, flasks, and more

Pipette

Pipettes allow the transfer of a volume generally no greater than 20 ml from one container to another accurately. This allows aliquots of liquid to be measured quite accurately. They are usually made of glass.

Piseta

The Piseta is a cylindrical container sealed with a screw cap, which has a small tube with an opening capable of delivering water or any liquid that is contained inside, in small quantities.

Petri dish

Shapes and characteristics Round container, made of glass or plastic, has different diameters, is low-bottomed, with a cover in the same shape as the plate, but slightly larger in diameter.

Slides

Transparent colored rectangular glass sheet used to store samples and objects for viewing under the microscope. Typical slide dimensions are 75mm x 25mm, however they can vary.

Test tube

Elongated and graduated glass tube, closed at one end, used as a container for liquids or gases, which is intended to measure their volume. Shapes and characteristics.

Propipeta

Rubber utensil, specially created to ensure the transfer of liquids of all kinds, especially those with specific properties (infectious, corrosive, toxic, radioactive or sterile). It is used in conjunction with the pipette.

Refractometer

The Refractometer is a precise optical instrument, and as its name implies, it bases its operation on the study of the refraction of light. The refractometer is used to measure the refractive index of liquids and translucent solids.

Asbestos Grating

The Asbestos Grid is responsible for distributing the temperature evenly when it is heated with a lighter. A laboratory tripod is used for this, as it supports the grid while it is heated.

Rheometer

A rheometer is a laboratory device used to measure the way a liquid, suspension, or slurry flows in response to applied forces. It is used for those fluids that cannot be defined by a single viscosity value.

Universal Laboratory Stand

The Universal Support is a tool that is used in the laboratory to make assemblies with the materials present in the laboratory, allowing to obtain measurement systems and prepare various experiments.

Thermometer

A thermometer is an instrument used to measure temperature with a high level of accuracy. It can be partially or totally immersed in the substance being measured.

Porcelain Triangle

The Porcelain Triangle is a laboratory instrument used in substance heating processes. It is used to hold crucibles when they need to be heated.

Laboratory Tripod

The purpose of the laboratory tripod is only one. This is used mainly as a tool that supports the asbestos grid. With this material it is possible to prepare assemblies for heating, using as complements.

Capillary tube

A Capillary Tube is a glass tube with a very small diameter and short length. The internal diameter of the tube is used to demonstrate the effects of capillarity. Capillarity can be defined as the rise of liquids

Test Tube

The test tube is part of the glassware of a chemical laboratory. This instrument allows the preparation of solutions. Shapes and Characteristics, It is a small glass tube with an opening in the upper area

Thiele’s tube

The Thiele Tube is used mainly in the determination of the melting point of a certain substance. For this, it is filled with a liquid with a high melting point, and heated.

Refrigerant Tube or Condenser Tube

The Refrigerant Tube or Condenser Tube is a glass device that allows the gases that are given off in the distillation process to be transformed into a liquid phase. The Refrigerant tube is made up of two concentric cylindrical tubes.

Beaker

Shapes and Characteristics A beaker is cylindrical in shape and has a flat bottom. They are in various capacities. They are graduates. But not calibrated, this causes the graduation to be inaccurate.

Watch glass

It is a round convex glass that allows substances to be contained and then mashed or weighed on the scale. It is called watch glass as it is very similar to one of them.