BS EN ISO 4796-1:2016 - Laboratory glassware. Bottles. Screw-neck bottles

BS EN ISO 4796-1:2016

Laboratory glassware. Bottles. Screw-neck bottles

Status : Current   Published : February 2016



This part of ISO 4796 specifies a series of screw-neck bottles suitable for the storage of fluid liquid and solid chemicals and reagents in general laboratory use. These bottles with nominal volumes ranging from 25 ml to 20 000 ml are also suitable for the preparation and storage of microbiological growth media.

Standard NumberBS EN ISO 4796-1:2016
TitleLaboratory glassware. Bottles. Screw-neck bottles
Publication Date29 February 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 3585
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS EN ISO 4796-1:2001
International RelationshipsEN ISO 4796-1:2016,ISO 4796-1:2016
Draft Superseded By13/30283715 DC
DescriptorsLaboratory equipment, Laboratory glassware, Glassware, Glass, Bottles, Dimensions, Marking
Title in FrenchVerrerie de laboratoire. Flacons. Flacons à col à vis
Title in GermanLaborgeräte aus Glas. Flaschen. Flaschen mit Gewindehals
ISBN978 0 580 83097 6
File Size1.022 MB

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