Non-reactive, opaque, rigid plastic, and resealable; the containers we use for packing dyes and chemicals. Sizes are in fluid measurements. Jars with screw lids, tubs and pails with snap lids.
Called “disposable”—but we think they should be used a few hundred times first. Graduated in milliliters and in fluid ounces, corrosion resistant, unbreakable, usable up to 250° F, tapered for stickless stacking, pouring lip for easy transfers.
Lighter-weight than the ones above, with a triangular lip all-around instead of a spout. A little more rigid. Graduated in milliliters.
Transparent low-density polyethylene, one-piece construction, graduated, 5 ml capacity, 6 inches end-to-end.
Similar to wash bottles, but feed directly out the top. Lighter weight, four sizes. Smallest and two largest have rigid, tapered, vertical nozzles and separate caps; 1.2 oz size has a hinged nozzle that pivots to open and close the bottle.
Trigger type, with an adjustable spray. It is chemically resistant and easily cleaned. 16 oz capacity.
Flexible very light-weight containers for weighing and transferring powders. Ours are polystyrene and hexagonal, handy for flexing and pouring and stacking.
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