Convenient design with a divider

Our Erlenmeyer PETG flasks with baffle are a revolutionary tool for laboratories that need precise and organized sample storage. Their innovative partition design allows different substances to be stored separately in one vessel, ensuring reliable and accurate results. There are volume markings on the flasks with a partition, which facilitates accurate measurement and control of the amount of substance in both chambers. They are equipped with screw caps, which allows for controlled introduction or removal of substances from both chambers.

Excellent Durability and Safety

Erlenmeyer PETG flasks are characterized by excellent durability and resistance to chemical substances. PETG material ensures safe storage of samples, eliminating the risk of reactions between them. This is crucial to maintaining the integrity of the samples. Erlenmeyer flasks are made of high-quality poly(ethylene terephthalene) glycol (PETG). This material is durable, resistant to many chemicals and is transparent, which allows you to observe chemical reactions inside the vessel

Multifunctionality and practicality

Thanks to the presence of a partition, our Erlenmeyer PETG flasks become a versatile tool in laboratories. They are ideal for storing, mixing and transporting samples. This is a practical solution that increases the efficiency of work in the laboratory. The flask retains the classic cone shape, which makes it easier to mix chemicals. However, it differs from the standard Erlenmeyer flask by the presence of a partition inside that separates the two chambers inside the vessel. The partition is an integral part of the vessel, it allows the vessel to be divided into two separate spaces, which is useful for controlled mixing of different substances or reagents

PETG baffled Erlenmeyer flasks are a valuable tool in laboratories, enabling more advanced and controlled chemical experiments and research processes. Their versatility and adaptability to various needs make them a popular choice among scientists and researchers.