Centrifuge bottles, used with centrifuge equipment, commonly have a maximum 250mL capacity, are more durable than many other bottle types, and have a screw-cap closure.
Dispensing bottles commonly have a narrow mouth and are used to dispense solutions in a controlled capacity.
Dropping bottles are used to dispense liquids in a unit of a drop in a dropping motion.
Environmental bottles are suitable for applications that require a capped, cleaned container that can be vacuumed, deionized, or a combination of both.
Media bottles, sometimes called storage bottles, hold samples and are used for storage, mixing, and sampling.
Pump/spray bottles allow for the ability to pump or spray using liquid solution dispersion.
Reagent bottles hold fluid that can have a solvent or chemical reaction.
Roller bottles commonly have a cap, and are cylindrical. They are often used on rollers for coagulation.
Serum bottles hold liquid contents that require protection from contaminants.
Wash bottles are used to store fluid, such as deionized water, and to wash labware.
Weighing bottles can have a wide mouth for placement and removal of substances.