Nalgene burets will stand up to the daily bumps and occasional drops typically occurring in labs. Eliminate the risks and costs associated with sharp edges and shattering glass by using Nalgene shatter-proof acrylic burets. They are crystal clear and easy to use. Simplify volume readings—liquid in plastic burets doesn't form a meniscus, and level liquid avoids confusion and errors. Nalgene burets meet the accuracy requirements of ASTM E287, Class B.
Nalgene burets are compatible with dilute acids (5% wt/wt) except hydrofluoric acid, and bases (up to 30%) except ammonium hydroxide, accommodating a wide range of titrants.
Warning: Not suitable for use with alcohols and organic solvents; exposure to these solutions will cause immediate damage.
A. Glass buret B. Plastic buret
Plastic versus glass
Nalgene plastic burets don't form a meniscus like glass burets do. You can read the liquid level straight across the graduation line. Avoid confusion and errors by using plastic instead of glass.
Which burets are best for your application?
|Nalgene Acrylic Buret||Nalgene Self-Filling Self Zeroing Acrylic Buret
and filling Kit
|Traditional pipet design||Side port for automatic filling and zeroing.
Comes with filling kit
|Simple design, requires manual filling||Autofilling and zeroing increase efficiency for repetitive titrations|
|Clear acrylic body||Clear acrylic body|
|PMP tip||PMP tip|
|TFE fluoropolymer stopcock assembly||TFE fluoropolymer stopcock assembly|
|No tubing||PVC tubing|
|No bottle||LDPE Bottle|
|Meets ASTM E287, Class B||Meets ASTM E287, Class B|
|Sizes: 25mL, 50mL, 100mL||Sizes: 10mL, 25mL, 50mL|
|Do not autoclave||Do not autoclave|
|Phthalate-free||PVC tubing contains phthalates|
The Nalgene Self-Zeroing Buret Filler Kit converts any conventional glass or plastic 25ml or 50ml buret into an automatic-filling, self-zeroing buret to save time and convenience.
California Proposition 65 Warning: Products manufactured with polycarbonate (PC), polyethylene terephthalate (PET), polyethylene terephthalate glycol (PETG) or polystyrene (PS) contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.