Tripod Stand

Tripod Stand

Catalogue No. – 19058
triangular top painted with zinc plated legs, height 200mm

Catalogue No.Side Of Triangle


A tripod stand is a piece of laboratory equipment used to support and stabilize various lab apparatus, such as beakers, flasks, and burners, during experiments or other procedures. It consists of three legs with pointed ends that provide stability on uneven surfaces, and a circular or triangular top that supports the apparatus being used.

The tripod stand is typically made of a durable material, such as stainless steel or aluminum, and is designed to withstand high temperatures and chemical exposure. The top of the stand may have an adjustable height, allowing for precise positioning of the lab apparatus, or may be fixed in place.

Tripod stands are often used in combination with other lab equipment, such as Bunsen burners, hot plates, and wire gauze, to provide a stable platform for heating and mixing experiments. They can also be used to support and stabilize glassware during filtration, distillation, and other chemical processes.

Overall, the tripod stand is a versatile and essential piece of laboratory equipment that is used in a wide range of experiments and procedures. It provides a stable and secure platform for lab apparatus, ensuring accurate and precise results.