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  • Nickel Tongs
    Nickel Tongs 6” Cat# M4511/6 (M4511/6)
    Nickel Tongs 6” Cat# M4511/6
     
    Description
    Laboratory Straight Tong, nickel 200 spec (minimum 99.6% nickel content), bright finish.
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    RS:400.00
  • NICKEL CRUCIBLE
    NICKEL CRUCIBLE LID HEAVY Cat# BLSN3002 50 ml (BLSN3002)
    NICKEL CRUCIBLE LID HEAVY Cat# BLSN3002 50 ml
     
    Description
    Laboratory Nickel Crucible, nickel 201 spec (minimum 99.6% nickel content), formed to shape from one nickel billet, bright finish inside and out. 

    Heating/Cooling Information
    - Working temperature range up to 350°C will ensure crucible has a long working life.
    - Temperature range 350°C - 600°C will shorten the working life of the crucible due to oxidisation.
    - Temperature range 600°C - 800°C will show increased levels of oxidisation on the crucible and dramatically reduce its life.
    - Temperature range 800°C + will lead to severe oxidisation.
     
    Features and Benefits
    - Why Nickel crucibles?
    Nickel forms a tightly adhering oxide file between 400°C and 600°C in oxidizing atmospheres.

    In choosing crucibles for laboratory work, nickel can be effective with regard to cost per crucible, and for use in fusions where zirconium or other metals cannot be used. 

    It is even a cost-effective replacement for platinum in those applications for which zirconium must not be used. 

    In the analytical laboratory, nickel crucibles provide a low cost crucible.
     
    Add to Cart
    RS:150.00
  • NICKEL CRUCIBLE Cat# BLSN3001 25 ml (BLSN3001)
    NICKEL CRUCIBLE Cat# BLSN3001 25 ml
     
    Description
    Laboratory Nickel Crucible, nickel 201 spec (minimum 99.6% nickel content), formed to shape from one nickel billet, bright finish inside and out. 

    Heating/Cooling Information
    - Working temperature range up to 350°C will ensure crucible has a long working life.
    - Temperature range 350°C - 600°C will shorten the working life of the crucible due to oxidisation.
    - Temperature range 600°C - 800°C will show increased levels of oxidisation on the crucible and dramatically reduce its life.
    - Temperature range 800°C + will lead to severe oxidisation.
     
    Features and Benefits
    - Why Nickel crucibles?
    Nickel forms a tightly adhering oxide file between 400°C and 600°C in oxidizing atmospheres.

    In choosing crucibles for laboratory work, nickel can be effective with regard to cost per crucible, and for use in fusions where zirconium or other metals cannot be used. 

    It is even a cost-effective replacement for platinum in those applications for which zirconium must not be used. 

    In the analytical laboratory, nickel crucibles provide a low cost crucible.
     
    Add to Cart
    RS:300.00
  • NICKEL PLATED SPATULA
    NICKEL PLATED SPATULA Cat# BLS1240 (BLS1240)
    Nickel –Plated Spatula 6” heavy Nickel plated & Polished SS

    Transfer, lift, and handle materials. Metal spatulas are made from nickel,stainless steel wire.

     
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    RS:55.00
  • NICKEL CRUCIBLE
    NICKEL CRUCIBLE Cat# BLSN3001 100 ml (BLSN3001)
    NICKEL CRUCIBLE Cat# BLSN3001 100 ml
     
    Description
    Laboratory Nickel Crucible, nickel 201 spec (minimum 99.6% nickel content), formed to shape from one nickel billet, bright finish inside and out. 

    Heating/Cooling Information
    - Working temperature range up to 350°C will ensure crucible has a long working life.
    - Temperature range 350°C - 600°C will shorten the working life of the crucible due to oxidisation.
    - Temperature range 600°C - 800°C will show increased levels of oxidisation on the crucible and dramatically reduce its life.
    - Temperature range 800°C + will lead to severe oxidisation.
     
    Features and Benefits
    - Why Nickel crucibles?
    Nickel forms a tightly adhering oxide file between 400°C and 600°C in oxidizing atmospheres.

    In choosing crucibles for laboratory work, nickel can be effective with regard to cost per crucible, and for use in fusions where zirconium or other metals cannot be used. 

    It is even a cost-effective replacement for platinum in those applications for which zirconium must not be used. 

    In the analytical laboratory, nickel crucibles provide a low cost crucible.

     
    Add to Cart
    RS:700.00
  • Nickel Tongs
    Nickel Tongs 10” Cat# M4513/12 (M4513/12)
    Nickel Tongs 10” Cat# M4513/12
     
    Description
    Laboratory Straight Tong, nickel 200 spec (minimum 99.6% nickel content), bright finish.

     
    Add to Cart
    RS:600.00
  • Nickel Tongs
    Nickel Tongs 8” Cat# M4512/10 (M4512/10)
    Nickel Tongs 8” Cat# M4512/10
    Description
    Laboratory Straight Tong, nickel 200 spec (minimum 99.6% nickel content), bright finish.
    Add to Cart
    RS:500.00
  • NICKEL CRUCIBLE
    NICKEL CRUCIBLE LID HEAVY Cat# BLSN3002 25 ml (BLSN3002)
    NICKEL CRUCIBLE LID HEAVY Cat# BLSN3002 25 ml
     
    Description
    Laboratory Nickel Crucible, nickel 201 spec (minimum 99.6% nickel content), formed to shape from one nickel billet, bright finish inside and out. 

    Heating/Cooling Information
    - Working temperature range up to 350°C will ensure crucible has a long working life.
    - Temperature range 350°C - 600°C will shorten the working life of the crucible due to oxidisation.
    - Temperature range 600°C - 800°C will show increased levels of oxidisation on the crucible and dramatically reduce its life.
    - Temperature range 800°C + will lead to severe oxidisation.
     
    Features and Benefits
    - Why Nickel crucibles?
    Nickel forms a tightly adhering oxide file between 400°C and 600°C in oxidizing atmospheres.

    In choosing crucibles for laboratory work, nickel can be effective with regard to cost per crucible, and for use in fusions where zirconium or other metals cannot be used. 

    It is even a cost-effective replacement for platinum in those applications for which zirconium must not be used. 

    In the analytical laboratory, nickel crucibles provide a low cost crucible.
     
    Add to Cart
    RS:100.00
  • NICKEL CRUCIBLE
    NICKEL CRUCIBLE LID HEAVY Cat# BLSN3002 100 ml (BLSN3002)
    NICKEL CRUCIBLE LID HEAVY Cat# BLSN3002 100 ml
     
    Description
    Laboratory Nickel Crucible, nickel 201 spec (minimum 99.6% nickel content), formed to shape from one nickel billet, bright finish inside and out. 

    Heating/Cooling Information
    - Working temperature range up to 350°C will ensure crucible has a long working life.
    - Temperature range 350°C - 600°C will shorten the working life of the crucible due to oxidisation.
    - Temperature range 600°C - 800°C will show increased levels of oxidisation on the crucible and dramatically reduce its life.
    - Temperature range 800°C + will lead to severe oxidisation.
     
    Features and Benefits
    - Why Nickel crucibles?
    Nickel forms a tightly adhering oxide file between 400°C and 600°C in oxidizing atmospheres.

    In choosing crucibles for laboratory work, nickel can be effective with regard to cost per crucible, and for use in fusions where zirconium or other metals cannot be used. 

    It is even a cost-effective replacement for platinum in those applications for which zirconium must not be used. 

    In the analytical laboratory, nickel crucibles provide a low cost crucible.
     
    Add to Cart
    RS:200.00
  • NICKEL CRUCIBLE
    NICKEL CRUCIBLE Cat# BLSN3001 50 ml (BLSN3001)
    NICKEL CRUCIBLE Cat# BLSN3001 50 ml
     
    Description
    Laboratory Nickel Crucible, nickel 201 spec (minimum 99.6% nickel content), formed to shape from one nickel billet, bright finish inside and out. 

    Heating/Cooling Information
    - Working temperature range up to 350°C will ensure crucible has a long working life.
    - Temperature range 350°C - 600°C will shorten the working life of the crucible due to oxidisation.
    - Temperature range 600°C - 800°C will show increased levels of oxidisation on the crucible and dramatically reduce its life.
    - Temperature range 800°C + will lead to severe oxidisation.
     
    Features and Benefits
    - Why Nickel crucibles?
    Nickel forms a tightly adhering oxide file between 400°C and 600°C in oxidizing atmospheres.

    In choosing crucibles for laboratory work, nickel can be effective with regard to cost per crucible, and for use in fusions where zirconium or other metals cannot be used. 

    It is even a cost-effective replacement for platinum in those applications for which zirconium must not be used. 

    In the analytical laboratory, nickel crucibles provide a low cost crucible.
     
    Add to Cart
    RS:350.00
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