Pyrex Lab Glassware

Glassware used as laboratory apparatus offers a wide range of containment and transport functions for solutions and other liquids used in laboratories. The borosilicate glass from which Pyrex was born was first made by German chemist and glass maker Otto Schott in 1893. Borosilicate glass is typically made by fusing sand (silica) and borax (sodium borate) in a hot furnace followed by shaping the molten material by hand or machine

Pyrex glassware is practically synonymous with laboratory glassware. And while there are other reputable brands selling borosilicate glass for labs, Pyrex (from Corning) is the most well known.
Shop our selection of Pyrex® glassware for lab applications. You’ll find various sizes of Erlenmeyer flasks, beakers, and graduated cylinders. The smallest volume is 10 ml (for a graduated cylinder), and the largest is a 4000 ml beaker or flask. We also sell convenient beaker and flask sets, with 5 pieces ranging from 50 ml to 1000 ml in volume.
In home, school, or clinical lab settings, Pyrex lab glassware is a name you can count on. Here’s why:

  • Meets ASTM E960 specifications
  • High-quality Pyrex® brand Griffin beakers, Erlenmeyer flasks
  • Low-thermal-expansion borosilicate glass
  • Available for international shipping

Superior resistance to chemicals, contaminants, and drastic changes in temperature. These are among the key properties that enable PYREX glass to endure even the toughest laboratory environments, making it the indispensable partner for chemists and research scientists for more than 100 years.


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