Flasks are vessels that are used for containing liquids and performing common liquid-handling processes including mixing, heating, cooling, incubation, filtration, storage, distillation, and volume measurement. Available in a variety of types, many with specific applications, common flasks include: boiling flasks, cell culture flasks, distilling flasks, Erlenmeyer flasks, filtering flasks, freeze drying flasks, Kjeldahl flasks, recovery flasks, and volumetric flasks. Manufactured from a variety of materials, flasks are typically made of glass or plastics such as polystyrene, polypropylene, polycarbonate, or polymethylpentene. Depending on the intended application, flasks can be sealed with a variety of closures, including air-tight screw caps, vent caps, and rubber stoppers.
Featuring USP Class VI polystyrene construction for excellent optical clarity and mechanical strength. Corning™ CELLSTACK™ are available in five sizes and with two unique surface treatments in addition to the standard tissue culture treated surface.
Designed to improve usability while maintaining the same environment for cell growth as previous designs. Corning™ U-Shaped Cell Culture Flasks have an ergonomic shape that reduces the number of corners, improves cell scraping and allows the use of a larger pipet.
Manufactured from optically clear polycarbonate for optimum visibility and durability. Corning™ Two-and Three-Liter Disposable Polycarbonate Erlenmeyer Flasks are ideal for shaker cultures applications.