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Ground Joints

Ground Joints

The ground joints are unions made out of glass that unites different glass articles with the objective of not having liquid leaks and the pieces to be firm one on each other. There are two types of ground joints, the female and male ones. Their shape is conical with a...

Enterprise Mission to Marocco

Enterprise Mission to Marocco

Vilabo will be present to the Enterprise mision in Marocco organized by NERLEI - Associação Empresarial da Região de Leiria ,witch will occur between the 27th of June and the 1st of July, with other 3 companies. For more information about this mission please consult...

Amber glass

Amber glass

Laboratory glassware in amber glass What is his use? In general all laboratory glassware is used in white glass, in order to have a clear visualization of the content of the piece however sometimes amber glass is needed for certain laboratory test involving the use of...

ASTM Articles

ASTM Articles

Founded in 1898, ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) is an organization that develops performance standards for a wide range of materials, products, systems and services and is the world's largest source of voluntary consensus standards. The company...

Interchangeable joints

Interchangeable joints

All products with joint under the LINEX brand, produced by Vilabo are interchangeable, meaning that ground parts can be changed between sets that remain airtight.

LINEX glass repairs

LINEX glass repairs

The glass we use in our products is borosilicate 3.3. The glass we use in our manufacturing of laboratory glassware have a very high quality, is Borosilicate 3.3, reason why we can make repairs of the most glasses we produce, when  repair is economically viable, and...

How to use a burette

How to use a burette

How to use a burette The burette is a type of laboratory glassware used upright with the aid of a universal support, and it is used for the correct volumetric dosage of a reagent in a titration and they are calibrated to pour. At the bottom end the burette has a...

Meniscus reading and its influence on volumetry

Meniscus reading and its influence on volumetry

Meniscus reading and its influence on volumetry The reading of a meniscus is a critical step in measuring the volume of any volumetric instrument, being even the biggest source of error associated with volumetric articles is bigger as the cross section of the article...

Class A and Class B difference Laboratory glassware LINEX

Class A and Class B difference Laboratory glassware LINEX

Class A and Class B difference Laboratory glassware LINEX If you use laboratory glassware you may have notice that there is some letters, namely A’s and B’s. Those stand for CL A (Class A) and CL B (Class B). These are very important. Let’s see the difference between...