13 Best Lab Non-vacuum Desiccators

List Updated May 2020

Bestselling Lab Non-vacuum Desiccators in 2020


beyondsupply-Lab glass desiccator jar dryer 120mm new

beyondsupply-Lab glass desiccator jar dryer 120mm new
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • made of borosilicate glass
  • Heavy wall.
  • Porcelain plate included.
  • Inner diameter 120 mm.

Bel-Art"SPACE SAVER" Polycarbonate Vacuum Desiccator with White Polypropylene Bottom; 0.20 cu. ft. (F42020-0000)

Bel-Art
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

United Scientific 55201 Polypropylene Non Vacuum Dessicators with Polycarbonate Cover, 152.4mm Diameter

United Scientific 55201 Polypropylene Non Vacuum Dessicators with Polycarbonate Cover, 152.4mm Diameter
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020

Huaou Clear Glass Desiccator 120mm

Huaou Clear Glass Desiccator 120mm
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • High quality
  • Preferential price
  • Professional manufacturer
  • I.D.: 120mm, Total Height: 175mm, Diameter of porcelain plate: 92mm, Qty/Ctn:12
  • Heavy duty

TrippNT 51397 Acrylic Portable Personal Desiccator, 10" x 5" x 6", Small, Clear

TrippNT 51397 Acrylic Portable Personal Desiccator, 10
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Stackable portable desiccator with removable perforated tray
  • Clear acrylic construction to view contents
  • Fits in drawers, refrigerators and cabinets
  • Useful to keep small items dry, Lid sits inside top groove to maintain seal

United Scientific 55202 Polypropylene Non Vacuum Dessicators with Polycarbonate Cover, 203.2mm Diameter

United Scientific 55202 Polypropylene Non Vacuum Dessicators with Polycarbonate Cover, 203.2mm Diameter
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020

Glass Desiccator 16" (400mm), Non-vacuum

Glass Desiccator 16
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Sixteen inch glass desiccator.
  • Inner diameter 400 mm / 16".
  • Porcelain desiccator plate included.

TRIPPNT 50140 Acrylic Personal Desiccator

TRIPPNT 50140 Acrylic Personal Desiccator
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • These personal desiccators are portable and great for storing dry samples and chemicals
  • They are ideal for drawers, refrigerators and bench tops
  • Air tight seals and solvent welding eliminate out-gassing
  • There is no risk of contamination during transport
  • Stackable portable desiccator with removable perforated tray
  • Clear acrylic construction to view contents
  • Fits in drawers, refrigerators and cabinets
  • Useful to keep small items dry, Lid sits inside top groove to maintain seal

A. Daigger & Company - Non-Vacuum Desicator, 6"

A. Daigger & Company - Non-Vacuum Desicator, 6
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020

Non-Vacuum Desiccator

Non-Vacuum Desiccator
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Polypropylene and polycarbonate construction
  • Autoclavable
  • Crystal-clear top for viewing

TrippNT 50416 Perforated Tray for Medium Portable Personal Desiccator, 15" x 5" x 3", Clear

TrippNT 50416 Perforated Tray for Medium Portable Personal Desiccator, 15
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Acrylic tray is perforated to allow easy air flow
  • Clear acrylic construction to view contents
  • Can be used alone or fits in TrippNT 50140 Medium Desiccator

TrippNT 51398 Acrylic Portable Personal Desiccator, 17" x 5" x 12", Large, Clear

TrippNT 51398 Acrylic Portable Personal Desiccator, 17
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Stackable portable desiccator with removable perforated tray
  • Clear acrylic construction to view contents
  • Fits in drawers, refrigerators and cabinets
  • Useful to keep small items dry, Lid sits inside top groove to maintain seal

American Educational Glass Desiccator with Porcelain Plate, 200mm ID

American Educational Glass Desiccator with Porcelain Plate, 200mm ID
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Desiccators allow one to store equipment in a low-humidity atmosphere
  • The heavy glass desiccators are made from quality annealed glass for durability
  • It includes a glazed porcelain sample plate with a 4 to 5cm center hole and multiple perimeter holes that is held over the desiccant
  • For an airtight seal
  • Apply grease to the internal edges of the flange, press the lid on and rotate at least 360 degrees

Sandia Labs Develops Self-Guided Bullet

Sandia National Laboratory in New Mexico, has announced the development of a new self-guided super-accurate bullet that is effective for up to a mile.

Sandia Labs, home to some of the brightest minds in nuclear physics, has announced a self-guided bullet that is capable of hitting a target a mile away. Most people have become accustomed to the idea of guided missiles, we see them in action in news clips hitting targets in remote parts of the world. Those missiles are more than self guided however, they're also self targeted. These new bullets that have been developed have just a enough smarts embedded in them to follow a laser guided path.

Popular Science calls them a laser guided dart, but that's just semantics. In reality, they are long thin bullets with fins on their sides to control their flight. Unlike guided missiles, they have no power of their own, instead, they are fired from a rifle just like regular ordinary bullets. To guide the bullet to its target a small sensor is embedded in the head that is capable of reading laser light. Data from the sensor is sent to a very small, low power microprocessor that reads the distance from the laser light and converts that into signals that are sent to the fins on the side to adjust the flight path. This all happens thirty times a second to keep the bullet flying directly towards the target, even if the target moves after the trigger on the gun has been pulled.

On the down side, because the bullet is guided by a laser beam, that means that the rifle has to have a laser on it and then the shooter must keep that laser beam fixed on the target until the bullet strikes it, which could be difficult in some scenarios.

Another difference between this new bullet and conventional typles is the lack of rifling, which is where grooves are cut into the barrel of a rifle to cause the bullet passing through it to spin. Spinning a bullet causes it to move forward in a straight line, making the whole process more accurate. With the new bullet however, there is no rifling, because the bullet doesn't need to spin to be accurate. This means that rifles that shoot the new kind of bullet would have to be made specifically for the new bullet likely driving up the cost.

It's not likely that such a bullet would be used in conventional guns anyway, more than likely, they would replace sniper rifles and thus could be used by both the military and police officers.

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