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.
Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ Polypropylene Griffin Low-Form Plastic Beakers
Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ Polypropylene Griffin Low-Form Beakers, featuring a single-spout design.
Brand™ Low Form PTFE Beakers, 25mL
With resistance to virtually all chemicals and a wide working temperature range, these beakers are excellent for general laboratory use.
Fisherbrand™ PTFE Beaker with Spout
Includes a machined base for good heat transfer. The PTFE beaker includes a molded-in spout for easy pouring.
Fisherbrand™ Tri-Cornered Beaker
Measure, mix and pour with ease. Fisherbrand™ Tri-Cornered Beaker has a unique triangular shape with drip-free spouts in each corner for easy pouring. Each beaker is made of clear plastic with easy-to-read molded graduations. Available in a variety of sizes.
Saint-Gobain Chemware™ PTFE Griffin Beakers
Noncontaminating and inert to highly corrosive reagents such as hydrofluoric acid
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.
DWK Life Sciences Kimble™ KIMAX™ Colorware™ Low-Form Beakers, blue
Kimax-33 glass beakers with brightly colored graduations and marking spot
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.
Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ PMP Graduated Plastic Beakers with Handles
Ensure resistance against acids, bases, aliphatic alcohols, aldehydes and esters with Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ PMP Graduated Beakers.
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™ Pyrex™ 1060 Berzelius Tall Form Beaker
Tall beakers feature a spout to facilitate pouring. Beakers are graduated to indicate their approximate content
Corning™ Reusable Polypropylene Low-Form Beakers, Graduated
Transluscent polypropylene beakers printed with blue graduations.
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.
Alfa Aesar™ Aluminum Beaker with Pourout Lip
Pour lip provides easy pouring of liquids into other containers.
Fisherbrand™ PTFE Beaker Cover
Rest on top of beaker to prevent contamination. The PTFE Beaker Cover is available in a wide range of sizes.
Corning™ Reusable Plastic Beakers with Handle and Spout
Transluscent polypropylene beakers printed with blue graduations
Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ PFA Graduated Plastic Beakers with Handles
Conduct high-purity applications that use strong oxidizing agents, acids, hydrocarbons and ketones with Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ PFA Graduated Beakers with Handles.
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.
Laboratory beakers, usually made from glass or plastic (and less commonly from metal) are found in most chemical, biological, clinical and industrial laboratories and a variety of other workplace settings.
Laboratory beakers are vessels that are distinguished from flasks by generally having straight, rather than sloped sides, although stackable beakers may be slightly tapered for efficient storage. Beakers have a flat bottom and are cylindrical in shape. Most have a spout to aid pouring.
Laboratory beakers are typically available in a range of capacities from 5mL up to 10L. Most beakers feature printed or moulded graduation lines, although these marks are not intended for precise measurement.
Plastic beakers are manufactured from polypropylene, HDPE (polythene), PMP (polymethylpentene), polycarbonate or PTFE. Plastic beakers are popular for general use and minimise the risk of breakage.
Glass beakers are manufactured from borosilicate or soda lime glass, and generally offer greater longevity, all-round chemical resistance and autoclavability.
Metal beakers are made from aluminium or stainless steel and offer exceptional heat and fire resistance. Metal beakers will not shatter or chip in use.
Laboratory beakers are also offered in a choice of styles depending on the intended application:
- Low form beakers (also known as short form beakers or Griffin beakers) are less prone to accidentally knocking over and so are widely used for a range of purposes
- Tall form glass beakers (or Berzelius beakers) are popular for use in titrations
- Heavy duty beakers, with thicker-walled glass and reinforced rims, can withstand more rigorous and demanding use