Use these lab vessels for preparing, storing, transporting, or culturing samples.
Culture cells in these shallow Petri dishes, which are made from clear materials so you can see the contents quickly. They allow cell growth to spread evenly and come with tight-fitting lids to keep contaminants out of the sample.
Also known as evaporating basins, use these dishes to heat liquids in order to evaporate excess solvent and condense or crystallize the solution.
Use these lightweight, disposable dishes to weigh ingredients. They have a flat bottom for stability when set on a scale and can also be used for mixing, storing, and drying ingredients.
Heat ingredients to high temperatures in these crucibles. They all come with a lid to help prevent evaporation, heat loss, and spills.
Porcelain High Form Crucibles with Lids
Porcelain Low Form Crucibles with Lids
Sheet Nickel High Form Crucibles with Lids
Sturdy casserole dishes are ideal for heating and evaporating liquids over an open flame. They have a handle for holding the vessel and a spout for neat pouring. A lid is included to help prevent evaporation, heat loss, and spills.
Tissue Culture Plates
Sometimes known as cell culture plates, these dishes have multiple wells for growing cell and tissue samples. They are made of clear materials so you can view the contents at a glance.
Treated Plates with Lids
Nontreated Plates with Lids
Nontreated Plates without Lids
Evaporate liquids or hold samples for weighing using these flat, round watch glasses. They allow good visibility of precipitates or crystals formed during the evaporation process and can also be used to cover beakers to prevent contamination of their contents.
Place specimens, samples, or testing instruments in these trays for short-term storage or transportation, such as when carrying them from a storage container to your lab bench.
Cover lab trays with these lids to keep contaminants out of the container and prevent spills or sample loss. Match the lid to the size of your tray for a snug fit.