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Glassware Washers

Labconco laboratory glassware washers have specialized features to meet the laboratory’s demand for superior cleaning and convenience. Undercounter and freestanding models are available. 

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ScrubAir Pipette Washer/Dryers

The ScrubAir Pipette Washer/Dryer saves 98% on water and takes 85% less time to use.

FlaskScrubber Glassware Washers

For narrow-neck glassware such as volumetric and Erlenmeyer flasks. Include a lower rack with 36 spindles. Optional specialized inserts to wash pipettes, BOD bottles, petri dishes, culture tubes, utensils, etc. 

FlaskScrubber Vantage Series Glassware Washers

These laboratory glassware washers include a lower spindle rack and specialized features for contamination-sensitive research.

SteamScrubber Glassware Washers

Designed primarily to hold general labware such as beakers, utensils, test tubes, Petri dishes and BOD bottles. Upper and lower open racks accommodate a variety of optional inserts.

Labconco laboratory glassware washers have specialized features to meet the laboratory’s demand for superior cleaning and convenience. 

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  • Fast, Easy Pipette Washing

    The ScrubAir Pipette Washer/Dryer saves 98% on water and takes 85% less time to use. ScrubAir takes less water, time and money to rinse and dry up to 60 pipettes. 
  • Labconco Laboratory Glassware Washers

    Video demonstrating the features, benefits, and available accessories for Labconco's SteamScrubber, FlaskScrubber and FlaskScrubber Vantage Series Glassware Washers.

  • Programming a Labconco Glassware Washer

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Brochures

FlaskScrubber and SteamScrubber Laboratory Glassware Washers Catalog

Contains an overview, selection chart, features and benefits, specifications, ordering information, dimensional drawings, accessories and companion products about FlaskScrubber Vantage Series, FlaskScrubber and SteamScrubber Laboratory Glassware Washers.

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Labconco Capabilities Brochure

This brochure provides an overview of Labconco: our core values, philosophy, our products and our people. It includes photographs of installations of our equipment in laboratories around the United States.

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ScrubAir Pipette Washer/Dryers Brochure

This brochure describes the ScurbAir Washer/Dryer's features and benefits, specifications, ordering information and accessories.

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User's Manuals

ScrubAir Pipette Washer/Dryer User's Manual

For all 46120 Series ScrubAir Pipette Washer/Dryers.

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White Papers

Hand Washing Laboratory Glassware Study

Provides the results of a Labconco study to determine the quantity of water used to hand wash laboratory glassware. People often assume that hand washing laboratory glassware is more economical than using an automated machine. This study seeks to disprove that assumption.

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Recent Articles

Water purity and lab glassware washers: Just how "pure" does it have to be?

Water purity supplied to a laboratory glassware washer for rinsing has been the subject of debate in regards to the end result of producing clean glassware. It should be noted that the term ‘deionized water’ does not reference any specific...

Choosing the right glassware washer

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Washing efficiencies reduce laboratory headaches

Ultimately, the process of washing volumetric pipettes can cost your lab as much as 600 L of water and 23 hours of downtime...