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Tripod Stand

  • This Tripod Stand is designed for use in a chemistry lab.
  • It features a triangular cast iron top and steel legs bent outward to provide stability.
  • The Tripod Stand is painted black, with rubber feats and measures 6×4 inches.

Original price was: ₹100.Current price is: ₹50. (Exc. GST)

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  • Warranty 1 year
  • Free 7-Day Replacement


The use of a Tripod stand is essential in the chemistry lab as it provides a stable and elevated platform for various laboratory operations. One of the primary functions of the tripod stand is to support a Bunsen burner, ensuring that it is positioned securely and at the correct height for heating substances in glassware. This setup enables efficient and controlled heating of chemicals, essential for carrying out a wide range of experiments.

Moreover, the tripod stand is also utilized in conjunction with wire gauze to provide a stable base for supporting glassware such as beakers, flasks, and crucibles. By placing the glassware on the tripod stand, it can be evenly heated or subjected to other processes without the risk of tipping over, thereby ensuring the safety of laboratory personnel and the integrity of the experiment.

Another important aspect of using a tripod stand in the chemistry lab is its role in facilitating condensation experiments. When paired with a ring and clamps, the tripod stand can support glassware such as condensers, allowing for the collection of condensed liquids during experiments such as distillation. This setup is crucial for separating substances based on differences in their boiling points, a fundamental technique in chemistry for purifying and isolating compounds.