Tube and Vials -MEDILABTest Tubes and Culture Tubes, manufactured from borosilicate 3.3 glass, are one of the most commonly used components in chemical laboratories.

Glass Tubes by MEDILAB includes different types of Test Tubes, Culture Tubes, and Centrifuge Tubes, each having its own application in a laboratory.

Manufactured from Clear Borosilicate 3.3 Glass, makes them resistant to chemical attacks, autoclavable, and provides clear monitoring of the contents.

Test Tubes find their use in handling of chemicals or temporarily storing solutions, in tissue culture and blood banks. Whereas, Culture Tubes with screw caps are used for growing cultures. Their structure allows easy pouring of chemicals and easier to wash out.

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Laboratory Glass Tubes are laboratory glassware used for a variety of purposes, including transferring liquids, measuring the volume of liquids, and as reaction vessels. They are typically made of borosilicate glass, which is chemically resistant and has a low coefficient of thermal expansion, making it ideal for laboratory use.

Types of Laboratory Glass Tubes:

  1. Test Tubes: These are cylindrical tubes used for holding and heating small quantities of liquids, and for observing chemical reactions.
  2. Graduated Tubes: They are tubes with a marked scale, used for measuring the volume of liquids.
  3. Culture Tubes: They are tubes used for holding and growing microorganisms for laboratory experiments.
  4. Dropper Tubes: They are tubes with a dropper tip, used for dispensing small volumes of liquids accurately.

Applications of Laboratory Glass Tubes:

  1. Heating and observing chemical reactions
  2. Measuring the volume of liquids
  3. Holding and growing microorganisms
  4. Transferring liquids

Laboratory Glass Tubes are widely used in a variety of laboratory procedures and are an essential component of many laboratory setups. Proper cleaning and maintenance of laboratory glass tubes is important to ensure accurate and consistent results in laboratory experiments.