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DWK Life Sciences GmbH, Germany

In June 2017 the companies DURAN Group, Wheaton Industries and Kimble Chase merged to form a new global company – DWK Life Sciences. DWK Life Sciences combines the expertise of the acclaimed product brands DURAN®, WHEATON® and KIMBLE®. As one of the world’s leading manufacturers of premium lab glas more

RCT Reichelt Chemietechnik GmbH + Co., Germany

The Baden company is not only nationally active in the sectors of production and process technology, lab technology, fluid technology, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, instrument manufacture, machine construction and metrology, but also in Europe and various countries around the world. Here the com more

BRAND GMBH + CO KG, Germany

BRAND is an independent family business headquartered in Germany with close to 70 years of experience and a trusted partner and reference in the lab. Researchers and lab professionals around the world work with BRAND products in the life sciences, pharma, chemistry and process analytics. The premiu more

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The whole world of DURAN® laboratory glassware

Discover the complete range of DURAN® laboratory glassware and original accessories for an extensive range of laboratory applications more

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Emil Erlenmeyer and the Erlenmeyer Flask

Whether you know it as an Erlenmeyer flask, conical flask, or by some other name, it’s a piece of glassware most of us, chemists or not, have likely used at some point. The Erlenmeyer flask is the most stereotypical piece of chemistry glassware there is, and today marks its creator’s birthday. Emil  more

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Erlenmeyer flask

Erlenmeyer flask An Erlenmeyer flask is a widely used type of laboratory flask which features a conical base with a cylindrical neck. They are usually marked on the side (graduated) to indicate the approximate volume of their contents. It ... more

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