A carboy is a large container commonly used in laboratory settings for storing and dispensing liquids. They are typically made of polypropylene (PP), a type of plastic that is known for its strength, durability, and chemical resistance. Carboys have a narrow neck and a wide body, which allows for easy filling and cleaning.
They are commonly used for storing and dispensing large volumes of solutions, reagents, and other liquids in a laboratory setting. The clear plastic material allows for easy visual inspection of the contents and the label area provides a space for labeling and identification.
Carboys are commonly used in various scientific fields, including chemistry, biology, and pharmaceuticals, for storing and dispensing large volumes of solutions, reagents, and other liquids.