Economical, disposable tools for transferring, collecting,
and handling chemical and biological materials.
Economical single-use polypropylene laboratory spatulas
Ideal for transferring, manipulating, and mixing materials
Versatile double-ended design
Help minimize cross-contamination
Versatile double-ended design enables use as a spatula,
spoon, scoop, scraper, stirring rod, or policeman. The unique hollow core
minimizes thermal transfer for effective collection of liquid nitrogen frozen
samples. Virgin polypropylene construction is resistant to dilute acids and
Antistatic micro spatula features two V-shaped, sharpened
tip ends and is ideal for manipulating extremely small volumes of material.
Standard spatulas feature a unique spatula/spoon end and a smaller scoop end.
Macro spatula is 50% larger than the standard spatula and features a
spatula/spoon end and a clump-busting pick end. The long shaft of the macro
spatula eases access to material in larger containers.
ECO spatulas are produced with an additive that helps
promote biodegradation in the polypropylene resin. Spatulas produced using this
additive were found to biodegrade an average of 29% in the first 586 days of
Biodegradation rates of ECO spatulas were measured according
to the ASTM D5511 test method. Tests were conducted using 48% solids content;
solids content in naturally wetter landfills range from 55% to 65%, while the
driest landfills may reach 93%. Actual biodegradation rates will vary in
biologically-active landfills according the solids content, temperature, and
moisture levels of the landfill.*
*Important California Notice
California law prohibits the sale of plastic packaging and
plastic products that are labeled with the terms ‘biodegradable,’ ‘degradable,’
or ‘decomposable,’ or any form of those terms, or that imply in any way that
the item will break down, biodegrade, or decompose in a landfill or other
environment. These restrictions apply to all sales in or into the State of
California, including such sales over the Internet. This product packaging
meets the requirements of the state of California.