WPI's glassware is an economical option for educators, researchers and industrial process facilities. Our glassware is of a higher quality than other vendors' educational/student grade lines. Our current offering of labware items is designed for the majority of everyday laboratory situations. When it is time to replace or purchase heavy-duty glassware, do not hesitate to consider WPI's line. The weight comparison of our beakers is 25-40% heavier than name brand glassware with a considerable cost savings. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all your shipments.
Laboratory Glassware Specifications
All glassware offered is fabricated in accordance with ASTM specifications. All Class A precision glassware is warranted to be within the tolerance prescribed in ASTM specifications. All Class B laboratory/student grade is twice the precision-grade tolerances.
WPI's line of GG17 laboratory glassware conforms to the international standard ISO 3583. This is a special Borosilicate 3.3 Glass of excellent chemical and physical propertees with a silica content of 80%. It is highly stable in structure, and as a result, it has marked mechanical strength and very high resistance against chemical attacks. Further, due to its linear coefficient of thermal expansion, this glass is capable of withstanding high thermal shock and possesses good molding ability. It is an excellent material for making laboratory apparatus where external heating is necessary, intricate laboratory glassware and chemical equipment, as well as pressure water meter glass.
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Breakage During Shipment
In case of breakage during shipment:
- Notify WPI immediately.
- Please retain all inner and outer cartons and packing materials.
- WPI will advise concerning replacement or credit on a case-by-case basis.
In case of a shortage or a loss:
- Notify WPI immediately.
- A replacement will be issued after confirming any inventory discrepancy.
Please contact us as soon as possible upon receipt to ensure your case is handled promptly.
General Glassware Warnings
WPI Laboratory Glassware is intended for laboratory use only. Users should always follow Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) procedures and practices.
- Borosilicate/tempered glassware should not be heated to dryness
- Avoid exposing glassware to rapid temperature changes.
- Always use wire gauze with ceramic center when using gas burners.
- Do not use hydrofluoric or hot phosphoric acid in glass.
- Never use scratched or abraded glassware.
- Hot alkalis will etch glass.