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Where are reaction vessels used?

Whether in the laboratory or in the chemical industry, such a laboratory vessel is available on MedSolut.com in numerous designs, sizes and materials. Depending on the size, you can carry out tests and experiments and measure the corresponding reactions of the substances.

From micro reaction vessels with a capacity of only a few microlitres to laboratory or tube vessels with a volume of several cubic metres, the resistance to the most diverse reaction conditions characterises the laboratory or reaction vessels. In addition, single-neck or multi-neck flasks as well as sulphation flasks are available for your work in the laboratory.

Requirements for a reaction vessel

Reaction vessels have to meet high demands in everyday laboratory and institute work. This means that they can be used for numerous reaction procedures, both on a small and larger scale. In the following, you will find out which requirements you should take into account when choosing a vessel:

  • Depending on the area of use, screw caps with a sealing cone or with a silicone or closure lock should be provided. This also makes the laboratory vessels suitable for shaking or turning.
  • Vessels that can be autoclaved, for example in accordance with the current DIN 285 standard, offer an even wider range of applications.
  • It is important that reaction vessels are resistant to chemicals and temperature and have a high overall load limit.
  • Reaction vessels, regardless of whether they have a lid lock or not, must be centrifugable and function smoothly even under cleanroom conditions.
  • High-quality reaction tubes can also be used to centrifuge, heat and even store medical materials such as blood samples or sera over a longer period of time.
  • In addition, sterilisation capability is often a prerequisite, which is defined by the SAL value. This is the so-called Sterility Assurance Level, which defines the probability of a single sample being contaminated after the sterilisation process despite appropriate precautions.

Types of reaction vessels

Depending on the application, you will find the right reaction vessel on MedSolut.com. Our friendly team will help you make your choice and support you in finding the right laboratory vessel for every need.

Non-temperature-controlled reaction vessels

Whether you need 250 or 20 litres of volume, spherical or cylindrical, we have a range of reaction vessels in various designs in our excellently designed portfolio. You can also order non-temperature-controlled reaction vessels with flat, round or so-called clipper bottoms from us. The standardised vessels are supplied with a bulkhead flange with O-ring groove. You also have a choice of valve types.

Reaction vessels with flat flange

A laboratory vessel with a flat flange is characterised by its extremely high chemical and thermal resistance and is ideal for carrying out reactions with small quantities of media or samples. Thanks to the high thermal shock resistance, minimal thermal expansion is guaranteed.

The vessels are equipped with a ring-shaped widening at the neck of the thread and are fitted with a flat lid or a similarly designed cover. This makes it easier to implement hoses, glass or metal pipes as well as sensors, probes and thermometers.

At MedSolut.com, you will find reaction vessels with a lab-flat vessel as well as including a groove for vacuum applications.

Expert tip from MedSolut:

When the maximum operating temperature is 250 degrees Celsius, the heat differential in the glass wall of the flat-flange laboratory vessel must not exceed 30 degrees Celsius.

Reaction vessels with temperature control jacket

MedSolut.com has the right borosilicate glass reaction vessels for every temperature. Reaction vessels with temperature control jackets are graduated and have a groove. They are also characterised by a flat bottom. With high-quality reaction vessels with a temperature control jacket, you benefit from a wider range of uses.

You can order appropriate reaction vessels, ideally with a vent valve, with just a few clicks directly on MedSolut.com.

Reaction vessels made of glass or plastic?

Reaction vessels made of glass and plastic are particularly in demand in the laboratory and institute. Depending on the intended use, glass or plastic containers can be used:

  • Evaporation dishes, Erlenmeyer flasks and crystallisation dishes are made of solid glass and are used, among other things, for heating and evaporating solutions. Whether in high or low form, with or without a handle, they offer a high degree of flexibility in everyday laboratory use and also shine with their durability.
  • Laboratory bottles, volumetric flasks and round, wide-necked or narrow-necked flasks made of plastic offer the advantage that substances of all kinds can be stored in them over a long period of time. In addition, their robust surface is also worth mentioning. This makes them suitable for use with a pestle or Mrser, for example.

Order via MedSolut.com Your advantages

If you need reaction vessels of first-class quality, our experts will be pleased to help you. With us, not only the product search is particularly easy, because we explicitly respond to the individual wishes and concerns of our customers. Discover our advantages:

  • excellent long-term service and advice
  • best price-performance guarantee
  • all common methods of payment
  • fast, international delivery to your workplace or the option of collection from our premises.

Buy reaction vessels online at MedSolut.com

Take your time and browse through the MedSolut online shop at your leisure. Do you have technical questions or need professional support? With the help of our experienced professionals, it is easy to find the optimal reaction vessel that will help you in your professional or entrepreneurial everyday life. We look forward to hearing from you by telephone on +49 30 209 657 900 or by e-mail at [email protected] How can we help you?