There are very few products made so well that the brand becomes a generic name for everything similar. Pyrex is one of the few. Pyrex borosilicate glass was developed in the early years of the 20th century to satisfy the demand for a material with high thermal resistance. This property, coupled with excellent chemical durability, makes Pyrex the ideal material for laboratory products.
Today more than 800 items of glassware carry the famous Pyrex name including beakers, bottles, flasks, dishes and test tubes, all manufactured to the same exacting quality standards. Scilabware features over 3,000 products including the entire Pyrex laboratory glassware range
Chemistry for Life supplies borosilicate glass that is highly resistant to water, neutral and acid solutions, concentrated acids and acid mixtures, and to chlorine, bromine, iodine and organic substances. Its chemical resistance is superior to that of most metals and other materials, even during prolonged periods of exposure and at temperatures above 100 °C. The optimum physical and chemical performance of our products makes them the ideal material for use in any laboratory and large-scale industrial plant that requires Laboratory glassware. Our products are the ideal choice for countless applications in many types of industry because it has many unique properties, including heat resistance up to 500ºC and superior resistance to chemical corrosion and thermal shocks.
Laboratory Plastic ware
For more than half a century the Azlon® name has been synonymous with high quality affordable plastic laboratory ware.
Azlon® reusable plastics cover a broad range of applications in the modern laboratory, offering more than 800 products, including bottles, wash bottles, measuring cylinders, jugs and beakers.
Prove Leadership in polymer science and many important innovations have combined to make Azlon® one of the most widely known and respected brands in durable plastic labware. All plasticwares have industry tested resistance to chemicals and are resistant to high temperatures.