Laboratory supplies that are used in mass quantities and often need replacement; including glassware, chemicals, test kits, etc.
Beakers are simple containers, usually cylindrical with flat bottoms and a lip for pouring, used for stirring, mixing, measuring, and heating liquids in a laboratory.
Biological indicators are used to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of sterilization.
Burettes are tall cylindrical graduated cylinders, open at the top with a tap or stopcock at the bottom used for precisely dispensing liquids
Cold traps are laboratory glassware that condense vapors (except permanent gases) into a liquid or solid.
Crucibles are vessels used to melt and process materials at high temperatures.
Cuvettes are small narrow circular, triangular, or square sample containers for spectroscopy.
Evaporating dishes are laboratory dishes, usually with a lip for easy pouring, used to hold samples under high heat conditions.
Gas bubblers are used to exclude air from a reaction or a system by acting as a one-way valve. Gases from the inlet bubble through a fluid (oil, mercury, or water) before they are vented to the atmosphere.
Graduated cylinders are tall, narrow cylinders that are open at the top and used to accurately measure the volume of an object or fluid. They are also known as measuring cylinders.
Laboratory bottles are chemically-resistant containers used for holding and dispensing fluids.
Laboratory condensers are large, coolant-filled tubes that surround smaller glass tubes that contain a hot fluid or vapor. They are used to cool fluids and condense gases.
Ground glass joints are used in laboratories to form leak-free connections between component labware such as flasks, condensers, and bubblers.
Laboratory flasks are lab vessels with wide bodies and narrow, tubular necks. They can be used for mixing, measuring, and heating chemicals, samples, and solutions.
Laboratory funnels are used to channel liquids or fine-grained chemicals (powders) into labware with a narrow neck or opening.
Laboratory spatulas are tools with a broad, flat blade for generic mixing, spreading, and scraping of lab substrates and industrial compounds. They commonly have a second blade or spoon for other tasks.
Laboratory stoppers are truncated, cylindrical or conical pieces that are used to plug, close and/or seal labware.
Laboratory tongs are tools used for grasping and lifting materials or labware.
Microplates are plastic plates or cassettes that containing a number (typically 96 or 384) of small wells arranged in rows. Microplates are used to conduct a number of chemical reactions at the same time.
Mortar and pestle sets are used to crush, grind, and mix small solids or slurries. The mortar has the shape of a small, heavy walled cup. The pestle looks like a miniature baseball bat, the end of which is used for crushing or grinding.
Petri dishes are shallow, cylindrical, lidded dishes that are used to culture cells. They are sometimes called Petri plates or cell culture dishes.
Pipettes and tips are used to deliver a known quantity of solution to a vessel. They are either of the classical style (glass) or digital.
Stirring rods are pieces of hollow or solid glass tubing used to stir materials or used to spread media on a Petri dish.
Sublimation apparatus is a piece of laboratory glassware used by chemists in the technique of sublimation.
Syringes utilize a cylinder and plunger for precise delivery of liquids or gases in analytical, medical, pharmaceutical or biotechnology applications. Many times needles are included with the syringe.
Test tubes are handheld tubes are used for mixing or heating chemicals in a laboratory. They are open at the top and rounded at the bottom, and usually made of glass or plastic materials
Vials are small glass bottles used for storage.
Watch glasses are circular, slightly-concave pieces of glass that are used by chemists to evaporate liquids and cover beakers during sample preparation. They are also used to hold solids during weighing.