Porcelain Crucible with Lid
- The modern porcelain crucible with lid is a highly heterogeneous, graphite-based composite material, which relies on its material composition and control of the graphite’s structural alignment to achieve the performance required.
- Crucibles may be as small as teacups or may hold several tons of metalion
- A vessel, which can resist very high temperatures and is used for metal, glass, and pigment production.
- The porcelain crucible is usually a cup-shaped container used in laboratories for heating purpose. The apparatus contains chemical compounds for heating at extremely high temperatures
- The porcelain crucible is a laboratory material used mainly to heat, melt, burn, and burn substances. It is a small container which has a cavity responsible for melting and calcining.
- To melt and heat with the porcelain crucible gloves or tongs must be used to remove it from the flame
- Crucible for basic laboratory use to heat chemical compounds
- Tall or low form body with lid
- Constructed of glazed porcelain for strength, thermal performance, and enhanced chemical resistance
- Can withstand temperatures up to 1050°C (1900°F)
- Max. Temperature (Metric) 1050°C
- Capacity (Metric) 50 mL, 100ml
- Height (Metric) 44 mm
- Product Type Specs Crucible with lid
- Diameter (Metric) Outer 51 mm
- Material Porcelain
Types of crucibles
- Crucibles – Porcelain
- Stainless Steel
- Nickel Carbon Steel
- Zirconium and
- Vitreous Carbon
- Used from ancient times as a container for melting or testing metals, crucibles.
- Modern crucibles may be small laboratory utensils for conducting high-temperature chemical reactions.
- Analyses or large industrial vessels for melting and calcining
- Crucible tong
A laboratory tool that is best fit with crucible tongs is a crucible, a small vessel made from ceramic. Its function is it is used to heat various type of chemicals that are required a very high temperature, usually solid chemicals. This tool is available in various size and form.