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What are the options for drying lab glassware after washing?

After glassware has been washed, it should be dried carefully to avoid introducing any impurities. Drying with paper towels can introduce fibres or dust which could affect high accuracy work. There are 3 main methods for quickly and cleanly drying lab glassware, each with their own specific benefits and drawbacks. [caption id="attachment_5129" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Lots of glas...

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Have you put Camlab cleaning fluids to the test?

Have you tried Camlab's range of cleaning fluids on your tough cleaning jobs in the lab?   Across the range of Camclean and Camacid we have detergents tough enough for any cleaning task in the lab, and we would love you to put them to the test on your difficult cleaning jobs. The classic Camclean and Camacid are compatible with most laboratory glasswashers. They have been ...

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What solution should I use for cleaning in an ultrasonic bath?

When cleaning in an ultrasonic bath a range of cleaning liquids can be used. These are all formulated for specific applications, so choosing the best one for your requirements will ensure that cleaning is efficient and thorough. [caption id="attachment_3998" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Elmaclean Range of Ultrasonic Cleaners[/caption]   First consider what it is you will b...

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Caring for your Laboratory Glassware

Laboratory glassware is one of the most basic items found in most laboratories, but it is an essential for everyday work. Taking care when working with and cleaning your glassware will ensure that its quality and lifetime is preserved. How hot can I heat my glassware? Pyrex and Quickfit glassware can by heated to 500°C but for short periods of time only. Do not heat volumetric glassware t...

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