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Porcelainware

As breakage of glassware in labs can be dangerous, many laboratories make use of porcelainware in experiments. While glassware has to be handled very carefully, professionals can use these instruments and containers with ease and without worrying about breakage. In many experiments where other material containers and equipment fails, porcelainware comes for rescue. Made from ceramic material, it is resistant to heat, chemical attack and thermal shock. The properties of porcelain are:

Its common uses in laboratories are:
Fusion Reaction of samples for chemical analysis.The common lab porcelainware used in labs are beehive shelf, crucible, tubes, spoon spatula, evaporating basin and more.

Key Points:
  • It is widely used where glass or plastic material are not adequate or not safe to use.
  • These are made following a planned process- forming, glazing and firing.
  • These are made from raw material, such as Kaolin, feldspar, glass, bone ash, ball clay, alabaster, etc.
  • Beehive shelves can be a great addition to any laboratory.
  • Low permeability and elasticity
  • Considerable strength, hardness, and toughness
  • Whiteness, translucency and resonance
Beehive Shelves
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Beehive Shelves
SB 19
Salient Features:
  • High strength to weight ratio
  • High impact resistance
  • Extended durability and easy to maintain
Educational Grade Porcelain Ware
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Educational Grade Porcelain Ware
SB 23

Salient Features:

  • High impact resistant and scratch proof surface
  • Has accurate measurement scale
  • Moisture, oil, chemical repelling surface