KGW Large Dewar Insulated Vessels

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The powerful vessels of the renowned manufacturer KGW-Isotherm have been convincing our customers for years with their safety, first-class reliability and very high durability.

The different components can be replaced or supplemented at any time. KGW-Isotherm vessels are used in particular in research facilities in biology, chemistry, medicine and pharmacy, food technology and the materials and textile industry.

How to guarantee safe storage

All substances safely stored!

KGW-Isotherm containers are mainly used in laboratory and medical technology, biotechnology, storage and short-distance internal transport. It guarantees an exemplary safety standard and a high degree of reliability. It complies with all specified standards and guidelines and is resistant to both water and acids.

Depending on the type of equipment, you can choose between different versions and a wide range of accessories. We will be happy to take the time to professionally explain to you the details, particulars and differences between the various valve variants, different connections, textures and additional highlights of the KGW Isotherm containers.

You can find out even more about our articles, the versatile designs or the brand manufacturer by contacting our customer service!

We will help you find the perfect solution!

Our demanding service team wants you to get the right articles for your field. Do you have any questions about the wide range of articles, their functions or our manufacturers?

We look forward to hearing from you and will be happy to help. You can reach us by phone at +49 30 2096579 00 or by e-mail at [email protected]

Additional information

Weight 10 kg

dewar vessels, Dewargefäße

Volume (vessel, container)

10,1 l – 50 l, 10.1 l – 50 l, 3,1 l – 4 l, 3.1 l – 4 l, 5,1 l – 10 l, 5.1 l – 10 l

Material (vessel, container)

borosilicate glass 3.3, Borosilikatglas 3.3