Custom Labware (20 companies found)

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  • Technical Glass Products, Inc.

    World Leaders in the Fabrication & Distribution of Fused Quartz
    Item # 01, Fused Quartz Rods: Fused Quartz Rods The standard length for this product is 4 ft. Custom lengths are available. PLEASE NOTE: Quartz Rod 26mm diameter and larger is subject to minimum case quantities. Please call 440.639.6399 for pricing and availability for sizes 26mm and larger.
  • Savillex Corporation

    Savillex Corporation has been manufacturing fluoropolymer products since 1976, supplying some of the world’s largest companies and universities. Our main business groups consist of Labware, Packaging, ICP Sample Introduction Systems and Custom Molding. Throughout our businesses, our goal...
  • UDY Corporation

    Custom Labware: As an experienced manufacturer of lab and field equipment, UDY Corporation has the expertise to assist you with all of your project needs, including a complete fabrication shop for custom labware design and manufacturing.
  • Dynalab Corp.

    Plastic laboratory supplies, science equipment and sampling apparatus sold into the North American market.
  • O.BERK Company, Inc.

    O.Berk Company, LLC is a leading supplier of both custom and stock packaging: glass and plastic containers, a variety of closure options, as well as decorating services. Our entire team of packaging professionals specializes in a particular market segment: beauty/personal care, food/beverage,...
  • Freund Container, Inc.

  • Charles Supper Company

  • Topac Inc.

    Topac - Instrumentation Engineers - We provide a broad range of scientific, industrial and process instrumentation. Take advantage of our applications support, calibration and maintenance service for all of the products listed here and on our main website. Order instruments and supplies on...
  • Q Glass Company Inc.

  • Kimble Chase LLC

    Kimble's modest beginnings in a borrowed Chicago, IL, loft and Kontes' humble start in the top floor of a family-owned Vineland, NJ, candy shop revealed a pioneering spirit in both companies that is still alive today. Known as the "Colonel" since the early 1920s when President Warren Harding...