• AC Round

    Atlantic City (AC) round bottles have rounded bodies and a wide mouth for dry and viscous samples. They are taller and narrower than many straight-sided jars, and may come with a threaded lid and neck closures.

  • Babcock

    Babcock bottles commonly have a long, graduated neck that is used for liquid and sample measurement. Neck capacity may be defined in mL, and is often indicated by a marking line to show capacity, or by graduations. Babcock bottles are commonly used for testing various dairy types such as cream, milk, cheese, and ice cream, and in helping determine unsaturated hydrocarbons in gasoline.

  • Boston Round

    Boston round bottles have a rounded body, a short neck, a narrower mouth than Atlantic City (AC) bottles, and uniform walls that lend to even weight distribution and strength. They come in a variety of heights, and may have a body that is used for a reaction chamber fitted cap. Boston bottles store liquid samples, solvents, chemicals, and dry materials.

  • Conical

    Conical bottom bottles, also called centrifuge bottles, have a cone-shaped base that sometimes have graduations, and are commonly used in centrifuge operations. Some have a self-standing, flat base.

  • Cylindrical

    Cylindrical bottles feature a round, cylindrical body and have a variety of unique distinguishing features including various heights, widths, and mouth diameters.

  • French Square

    French square bottles have a rectangular-shaped body, and commonly have short shoulders. The rectangular-shaped body helps provide efficient storage solutions in a lab setting. French square bottles can be used as dropping bottles, or for liquid storage.

  • Oblong

    Oblong bottles have a wide width, shallow depth, and commonly have small necks. Some come with a threaded lid or a pump cap.

  • Rectangular

    Rectangular bottles, sometimes known as book bottles, have a rectangular-shaped body that can be used in space-saving applications.

  • Round

    Round bottles have a rounded body, and various shoulder types and mouth widths, and some come with a cap or stopper.

  • Square

    Square bottles have a square-shaped body and commonly have short and rounded shoulders. They help provide efficient storage solutions in a lab setting. They are also used in applications that require stability and ease of grip.