Spatulas of precious metals and alloys – a kind of auxiliary laboratory equipment for leveling substances and taking samples.
The spatula of precious metal has the shape of an elongated metal rod of precious metal or alloy with a spatula at the end.
It is made from rhodium, platinum, iridium, gold and other precious metals.
Design feature: a plate of rectangular or square shape at the end.
It differs in size, shape and type of feedstock.
Marking of products is carried out by number (indicated by a number).
Spatulas can be equipped with a measuring spoon of different sizes.
The weight of the spatula varies from 8.5 g to 55 g (for platinum and platinum-containing alloys); from 6.1 g to 32.2 g (for silver and silver alloys).
Spatulas can not be deformed. Oxidation does not rust and does not become covered by cracks during operation.
Used for mixing liquids and solids of a high degree of activity, and high temperature (boiling, melting).
They show heat resistance, red resistance and heat resistance.
Belong to biologically and chemically inert products. Resistant to wear and aging.
Resistant to acidic and alkaline media.
Spatulas of precious metals are used for mixing, sampling and measurement of chemical reagents. They are used for taking samples of a test substance during chemical and physical experiments, production of substances in the jewelry, chemical, metallurgical, and medical fields.