A selction of industrial glassware including two watch glasses (far left and upper right). These are used as a surface to evaporate liquids, hold solids for weighing and cover beakers.
Two of the many thermometers recovered from site.
Sulphur dioxide is a versatile inert solvent widely used for dissolving high oxidizing salts amongst other industrial applications.
A glass separatory funnel, the tap was found seperatley but appears to fit.
A pair of safety glasses.
Two of the many plastic containers found within the laboratory.
A plastic graduated beaker used for measuring exact quinties of liquids.
A selection of distillation tubing, taps and bungs.
A small pair of crucible tongs.
One of the glass storage jars found inside the building. We can’t quite make out the writing, what do you think it says?
During the course of the watching-brief at the Hafod laboratory we’ve collected a cornucopia of chemistry equipment, so we thought you might like to see some of them. Unfortuantley we haven’t been able to bring any of them back to the office because of the potential contamination. The scale in some of the photographs is 10cm long.