Beakers and Accessories
Fisherbrand™ Squat Form Beakers
Constructed of borosilicate glass. Fisherbrand™ Squat Form Beakers are graduated and come in a large variety of capacities.
Pyrex™ Low-form Griffin Beakers
Measure liquids on bench top or hot plate without fear of chemical attack. PyrexTM low-form Griffin beakers come in a wide variety of sizes with white gradations and marking spot.
Duran™ Low Form Glass Beakers With Spout
Manufactured from borosilicate glass. Duran™ Low Form Glass Beakers With Spout includes retrace code and markings.
Fisherbrand™ Borosilicate Glass Tall Form Beakers
Includes graduations and a spout for easy pouring. Fisherbrand™ Borosilicate Glass Tall Form Beakers are available in a variety of sizes.
Duran™ High Form Glass Beakers With Spout
Manufactured from borosilicate glass. Duran™ High Form Glass Beakers With Spout feature an easy-to-read scale and large labelling field for easy marking.
Borosilicate Glass Conical Form Beakers with Wide Mouth
Use Borosilicate Glass Conical Form Beakers with Wide Mouth in the laboratory for measuring liquids and chemicals during experimentation. The conical beakers are available in three metric capacities.
Fisherbrand™ PTFE Beaker with Spout
Includes a machined base for good heat transfer. The PTFE beaker includes a molded-in spout for easy pouring.
Saint-Gobain Chemware™ PTFE Griffin Beakers
Noncontaminating and inert to highly corrosive reagents such as hydrofluoric acid
Cole-Parmer™ Stainless Steel Griffin-Style Beaker
Use these beakers for a variety of applications. Cole-Parmer™ Stainless Steel Griffin-Style Beakers are ideal for general stirring or measuring of solutions. Beakers feature an easy-pour rim for fewer spills.
Cole-Parmer™ Stainless Steel Covered Container
Use these versatile containers for a variety of applications. Stainless Steel Covered Containers are ideal for general storage. Keep dirt and other contaminants out with included lid.
Fisherbrand™ PTFE Beaker Cover
Rest on top of beaker to prevent contamination. The PTFE Beaker Cover is available in a wide range of sizes.
Alfa Aesar™ Aluminum Beaker with Pourout Lip
Pour lip provides easy pouring of liquids into other containers.
Fisherbrand™ Borosilicate Glass Squat Form Heavy Duty Beakers
Feature heavy wall construction for increased mechanical strength. Fisherbrand™ Borosilicate Glass Squat Form Heavy Duty Beakers are made of full 3.3 expansion borosilicate glass and feature an 'easy pour' spout.
Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ PMP Griffin Low-Form Plastic Beakers
Continuously use Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ PMP Griffin Low-Form Beakers at temperatures of 150°C with intermittent service to 175°C.
Fisherbrand™ Glass Beaker without Lid
Provides for safe and secure storage in the laboratory. Fisherbrand™ Glass Beaker without Lid is an excellent solution for storing ultrasonic cleaner fluid.
Corning™ Graduated Disposable Polypropylene Beakers with Lids
Manufactured from polypropylene for excellent chemical resistance. Corning™ Graduated Disposable Polypropylene Beakers serve as a beaker or storage container.
Cole-Parmer™ Stainless Steel Beaker
Use these beakers for a variety of applications and. Cole-Parmer™ Stainless Steel Beakers are ideal for general stirring or measuring of solutions. Beakers feature recessed covers for easy storage.
Kimble Chase™ Borosilicate Glass Shell Vials
Use Kimble™ Borosilicate Glass Shell Vials for storage of dry contents.
Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ Graduated HDPE Plastic Beakers with Handles
Safely handle acids, alkalis and hot solutions with these beakers, featuring an extra-heavy wall and sturdy rectangular handle for reliable support and dispensing control.
Laboratory beakers are distinguished from flasks by generally having straight, rather than sloped sides although stackable beakers feature tapered sides for efficient storage. Usually they have a flat bottom and are cylindrical in shape and most have a spout to aid pouring. Most commonly, beakers are manufactured from glass, usually borosilicate, however they can also be manufactured from certain plastics such as polythene, polypropylene, PMP and PTFE, or metal such as aluminium or stainless steel.
They are available in a variety of capacities, in low form (also known as short form) and tall form styles and heavy duty (thicker walled) glass with reinforced rims to withstand more intensive use. Most beakers often feature printed or moulded graduation lines to indicate the level of volume contained, although these marks are not intended as a precise measurement.
Glass low form beakers are great for general laboratory use as they help prevent spills, offer good chemical resistance and can withstand higher temperatures.
Tall form glass beakers are suitable for use in a wide range of lab applications, such as titrations.
Plastic beakers are popular for general use where breakages may occur, they offer good chemical resistance and can usually be autoclaved. They are resistant to most chemicals and some can withstand higher temperatures, for example PTFE beakers.
Metal beakers can also feature a slightly flared top, with or without a spout and non-stick surface coating. Metal beakers will not shatter or chip in use.