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Ballasting Rings, Laboratory Glassware

Definition : Rings designed to fit around laboratory glassware (e.g., flasks) for stabilization when the glassware is immersed in water. These devices usually consist of rings made of lead and covered with vinyl or PVC to avoid scratching the glass. Ballasting rings can be open or closed loop devices; they are available in different sizes and weights according to the glassware diameter and the intended use (e.g., water bath).

Entry Terms : "Laboratory Glassware Ballasting Rings" , "Vinyl Coated Lead Rings, Laboratory Glassware" , "Ballasting Rings"

UMDC code : 22560

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Research Products International Corp

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Research Products International Corp. became established in 1970 with specialty products for life science research. Since then we have grown to become an international company with manufacturing and distributing facilities in the U.S. and abroad.

Thomas Scientific

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Thomas Scientific provides the latest in equipment and supplies to the science community. In accordance to the tradition of the original founders, Thomas Scientific itself offers individualized customer service, innovative scientific equipment, and a comprehensive catalog offering a wide selection of product listings at a great deal. We are a small business and a registered contractor for the U.S. Federal Government.

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