Lab Bottle Type

  • Centrifuge bottles

    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

    Dispensing bottles commonly have a narrow mouth and are used to dispense solutions in a controlled capacity.

  • Dropping bottles

    Dropping bottles are used to dispense liquids in a unit of a drop in a dropping motion.

  • Environmental bottles

    Environmental bottles are suitable for applications that require a capped, cleaned container that can be vacuumed, deionized, or a combination of both.

  • Media bottles

    Media bottles, sometimes called storage bottles, hold samples and are used for storage, mixing, and sampling.

  • Pump/Spray bottles

    Pump/spray bottles allow for the ability to pump or spray using liquid solution dispersion.

  • Reagent bottles

    Reagent bottles hold fluid that can have a solvent or chemical reaction.

  • Roller bottles

    Roller bottles commonly have a cap, and are cylindrical. They are often used on rollers for coagulation.

  • Serum bottles

    Serum bottles hold liquid contents that require protection from contaminants.

  • Wash bottles

    Wash bottles are used to store fluid, such as deionized water, and to wash labware.

  • Weighing bottles

    Weighing bottles can have a wide mouth for placement and removal of substances.