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Centrifuge glasses thick-walled with conical bottom, 30° angle

From  Marienfeld
Material: Soda-lime glass.
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With straight rim, no graduations.
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€50.25/Pack Qty. 

excl. VAT. | 100 unit(s) per Pack Qty.

Art. No. CKA2.1

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Product details

Material: Soda-lime glass.

With straight rim, no graduations.



Centrifuge glasses thick-walled with conical bottom, 30° angle 

Not a medical device / Not an IVD product
Technical Information
Volume 10 ml
Ø External 17 mm
Height 98 mm
Wall thickness 1,2 mm
Centrifuge glasses thick-walled with conical bottom, 30° angle
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CKA2.1 10 ml 100 unit(s) €50.25
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The following factors are critical to the quality of laboratory glassware:

  • The glassware and glass type
  • The shape obtained during the production process
  • Even distribution of wall thickness in all areas of the article (particularly in critical areas such as in the neck/shoulder area and at the transitions to the base). This ensures:
  • - better mechanical stability- higher thermal shock resistance- freedom from stresses, which can cause the vessel to burst when heatedThese quality characteristics not only increase safety for employees in the laboratory, but also extend the useful life of the laboratory glassware and protect valuable substances.


    To calculate the number of revolutions:

    RCF = 1,118 · 10-5 x rpm2 · r


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