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Hello friends,

This is major work to have more knowledge of safe handling of laboratory glassware. In labs, glassware is utilized to heat, contain, and combine chemicals together. If glass have not handle properly, breakage and sometime accidents can take place. It safely will prevent expensive equipment losses as well as serious injuries.

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Default Re: Safe Handling of Laboratory Glasses.

It is critical for lab workers to have knowledge of safe handling of laboratory glassware. In labs, glassware is utilized to heat, contain, and combine chemicals together. If glass is not handled properly, breakage and accidents can take place and also we take more knowldge about the laboratory glassware than visit to my site labsglassware.com
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Default Re: Safe Handling of Laboratory Glasses.

Yes you are right, laboratory equipments and specially glasses should be handeled very carefully. These are the major source of our experiments and also cause serious damage to both human and property if proper care is not taken.
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Default Re: Safe Handling of Laboratory Glasses.

Laboratory glass is used for generally scientific experiments in chemical and biological laboratories. Plastic is cheap and more durable but in some cases glass is still being used for some experiments because it is relatively inert, transparent, more heat-resistant than some plastic up to a point, and easy to customize. Borosilicate glasses are often used because they are less subject to thermal stress and are common for reagent bottles.
Laboratory glass are durables but some precautions must be taken inconsideration such as

1) Do not place glass over direct heat or open flame
2) Do not expose to dry heat above 110 C (230 F)
3) Do not expose glass to temperatures above 80 C
4) Do not refrigerate below -20 C (-4 F)
5) Do not remove the protective coating. Do not use the vessel on which coating is hardened, darkened or damaged
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