VITLAB® VITgrip™ Laboratory Bottles, Polypropylene, BrandTech

Supplier: BrandTech
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VITLAB® VITgrip™ Laboratory Bottles, Polypropylene, BrandTech
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VITgrip™ Polypropylene Laboratory Bottles feature an ergonomic grip, accurate graduations, and protection against liquid leakage.

  • Excellent handling
  • Leakproof sealing system
  • Easy readability
  • Robust and versatile
  • Tamper evident closure
  • Recyclable packaging

The slim waist of the VITgrip™ lab bottle greatly improves handling.

Manufactured from shatterproof polypropylene with good chemical resistance, VITgrip™ lab bottles are suitable for contact with foodstuffs (according to regulation EU No. 10/2011). The hydrophobic material and lack of dirt-catching edges allow for smooth pouring of liquids and easy cleaning.

Molded volume graduations provide texture for an enhanced grip, especially when working with gloves. With double-sided molded graduations, the volume inside the bottle is easy to read, even during use. The optimized sealing system of the bottle thread and screw cap form a reliable sealing system without the need of a cap liner that can wear, corrode or cause contamination. With a ring that tears off upon first opening of the closed bottle, this tamper evident closure reliably signals if the bottle is still sealed before opening. After the ring is torn off, the closure can be used as a regular screw cap.

Información accesorios: Replacment tamper-evident screwcaps are available.

Precaución: *IMPORTANT NOTE: The term leakproof applies under the following conditions:
The VITgrip™ lab bottle is half-filled with distelled water and is closed with the supplied VITLAB® screw closure - after the ring of the tamper-evident closure clicks into place - with a torque of 5Nm. Subsequently, the bottle is turned upside down and remains, standing on the screw cap, for 15 minutes, without the filled-in water escaping. The test is carried out at room temperature (approx. 20 °C) and atmospheric pressure.
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