Vacuum Bell Jar made of several mm-thick glass with grip knob and polished flange. The Bell is intended for use with the Vacuum Experiment Plate (U21850).
Inner diameter: 190 mm
Total height: 220 mm
To demonstrate Von Guericke’s historical experiment on the effect of atmospheric air pressure. Two metal hemispheres equipped with handles can be joined vacuum-tight using the insertable rubber sealing ring. One hemisphere is equipped ...
Inexpensive vacuum recipient made of transparent acrylic for experiments in coarse and fine vacuums. Comprises a base and vacuum cylinder with venting valve, manometer, inlet tap, entrance for contacts and rubber ring.
Volume: 9 l approx. ...
This glass tube can be evacuated to compare the free falling characteristics of different objects in a vacuum. Duck feathers and plastic parts are included as falling objects.
Length glass tube : approx. 750 mm
Diameter: 36 mm
Hose nipple ...
Experiment plate for the assembly of a vacuum chamber in conjunction with the Vacuum Bell Jar (U218511) for exploration of physical phenomena in vacuum. The metal plate has a sealing ring, is mounted on a tripod, has a hose connection on ...
Beam balance on base with suspended polystyrene ball and adjustable counterweight for demonstrating buoyancy on a body due to atmospheric pressure. At a state of equilibrium a Baroscope is placed in a vacuum bell jar under atmospheric pressure ...
Bell for demonstrating electro-magnetic operation of apparatus and verifying that sound waves sound waves do not propagate in a fine vacuum (< 1 hPa).
Open acrylic housing with 4-mm safety sockets.
Power supply: 6 V AC
Dimensions: 100x95x50 ...
Inexpensive, transparent plastic vacuum chamber for basic experiments with low pressure. Hand pump integrated into base plate, bleed valve and manometer for measuring pressure down to 330 hPa.
Dimensions: 200 mm diam. x 250 mm
Determining the mass of evacuated air and its density.
Effect of air pressure on a partially inflated balloon and miniature bellows.
Reduction in the boiling point of liquids at reduced air pressure.
Equipment set for demonstrations and practical teaching of Guericke’s historical experiment investigating the effect of atmospheric pressure. Includes nozzle for tubing, a simple hand pump and tubing with built-in directional valves.
Two transparent ...