Glass Graduated Cylinders

Graduated cylinders 10ml to 250ml for measuring liquids accurately.

For science experiments to recipes; buy just 1 or save 50% by the box.

Graduated Glass Measuring Cylinders

Graduated cylinders are commonly used in chemistry labs for measuring the volume of liquids. Our class B glass graduated cylinders are more accurate than our Erlenmeyer flasks and beakers and can be used to measure the volume of irregular objects by the amount of water they displace.

Not sure what size graduated cylinder you need? See our blog: Using Graduated Cylinders-Pick the Right the Volume for the job.

Click on the individual graduated cylinders to see Technical specifications for accuracy and dimensions.

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10ml Glass Graduated Cylinder

10ml Glass Graduated Cylinder

SKU: 55301
25ml Glass Graduated Cylinder

25ml Glass Graduated Cylinder

SKU: 55302
50ml Glass Graduated Cylinder

50ml Glass Graduated Cylinder

SKU: 55303
100ml Glass Graduated Cylinder

100ml Glass Graduated Cylinder

SKU: 55304
250ml Glass Graduated Cylinder

250ml Glass Graduated Cylinder

SKU: 55305
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  No Glassware Returns

Glassware cannot be returned for any reason; this is for your safety and ours. It would be prohibitively expensive to test for bacteriological, chemical or radiological agents since there is no way to tell if glass has been contaminated just by looking at it. We would have to throw it away even if you claim to never have opened the package. Call first if you are unsure of what you need.

However, if the item is clearly defective, either heavily bubbled, chipped or with really bad markings, send us an image & we will refund you.


Graduated Cylinder Sizes & Specifications

There are: ~25ml/fluid ounce; ~25mm/inch; ~25g/ounce
Volume (ml) Graduations (ml) Tolerance(ml) Height (mm) Diameter Neck (mm) Diameter Base(mm)
10 0.2 0.2 140±2 15 50
25 0.5 0.5 185±3 20 60
50 1 1 210±3 25 65
100 1 1 255±4 30 75
250 2 2 300±4 45 95

More Information on Choosing & Using Graduated Cylinders


Safety Disclaimer-Warning

Handle glassware with care & wear goggles & gloves because:

  1. Unless you poured it yourself, assume any liquid is hazardous.
  2. Hot & cold glass looks the same & does not have to be red to cause burns. Unless it was in the freezer, assume it is hot.
  3. Borosilicate glass will withstand a fair degree of thermal shock but unless your intent is to see if you can make it crack, don't toss recently heated glass into a cold water bath.
  4. When borosilicate glass breaks, it makes sharp edges like any other kind of glass. Dispose of pieces carefully.