Lab routine fast, easy, safe
Drawing quantities of liquids from large supply bottles is a daily routine in the lab. This manual task must be carried out quickly, accurately, reproducibly, simply and safely without loss of reagent.read more
with innovative dosing technique
Chemical volumteric analysis with small and the most minute liquid volumes requires substantial concentration. The VITLAB® continuous bottle-top burette enables continuous titration, which leads to rapid, convenient, and accurate results.read more
Handling of air-interface pipettes
For exact and precise analytical results, the following points should be considered, independent of the pipetting technique ...read more
The very highest precision in volumetric instruments
Volume measurement is a routine laboratory operation and volumetric instruments such as volumetric flasks, measuring cylinders and pipettes are standard equipment in any analytical laboratory.read more
VITsafe™ Safety wash bottles
Working with chemical substances, which are sometimes dangerous, requires a high level of responsibility and concentration.
With the VITsafe™ safety wash-bottles VITLAB offers laboratory equipment that fulfills your safety requirements.read more
Fluoroplastic PFA labware
In addition to the polyolefines (e.g. PP, HDPE and LDPE), fluoropolymers, especially PFA and PTFE, have established a firm place in modern laboratories.read more
Greater protection for light-sensitive substances.
Light-sensitive substances require protection from the effects of light, particularly UV light, to prolong their usable lifetime. In 2008, VITLAB manufactured the world's first opaque volumetric flasks developed from specially pigmented plastic.read more
Suitability for foodstuffs
Regardless of whether your work involves beakers, scoops or funnels: VITLAB offers you a variety of food-safe products for your individual application in the food industry.read more
What do tolerance, coefficient of variation, and precision mean in regard to volumetric measurements?
The dart board simulates the volume range around the centered nominal value; the white dots simulate the different measured values of a specified volume.read more