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GOOD BOY

GOOD BOY

Shatter-resistant resin container with transparency close to glass vials.
[Features]
· The UV ray transmission rate is 0.3% at 400 nm or less with a brown bottle.
· Shuts out liquid leakage with no gasket.
· Material: Main body/lid: PP (polypropylene).
· Heat resistant temperature: Clear/98°C, Amber/96°C.
· Not suitable for autoclaving.
[Applications]
· As it adopts a special graduation, the projection of the graduation line is not a problem even if a label is put on the scale.

Size Chart Of Hard-To-Break GOOD BOY

Part No.CapacityColorOpening Inner Diameter (Body Diameter) × Bottle Height (Total Height) (mm)Single Scale Division (mL)
4-5633-01100 mLClearø31.5 (ø50) × 93 (96)10
4-5633-02250 mLClearø31.5 (ø63) × 128 (131)25
4-5633-03500 mLClearø45 (ø77) × 158 (161)50
4-5633-041 LClearø45 (ø96) × 195 (198)100
4-5633-062 LClearø92 (ø120) × 248 (253)200
1-7680-02100 mLAmberø31.5 (ø50) × 93 (96)10
1-7680-03250 mLAmberø31.5 (ø63) × 128 (131)25
1-7680-04500 mLAmberø45 (ø77) × 158 (161)50
1-7680-051 LAmberø45 (ø96) × 195 (198)100
1-7680-062 LAmberø92 (ø120) × 248 (253)200

External View Of GOOD BOY

GOOD BOY outline drawing

(Units: mm)

CodeCapacity (mL)abcdefghij
-0110046.239.93631.595.524.668.993.54450
-0225040131.5104.9129.55363.5
-0350061.154.749.14516124.4133.61585677
-041,00054.949198.5171.1195.56696

List Of Chemical Resistance Performance For Each Material, Polypropylene/PP

◎: No effect at all or almost no effect. △: Do not use if at all possible.
○: It has some effect, but it can withstand use sufficiently depending on the conditions. ×: It is not appropriate because it has a significant effect.

 Chemical NameConcentration Wt. % / Temperature °C 
Inorganic
Acids
Sulfite10/RT
Hydrochloric Acid10/RT
Hydrochloric Acid20/RT
Hydrochloric Acid20/80
Hydrochloric Acid38/RT
Aqua Regia 
Perchloric Acid 
Chromic Acid2/70
Chromic Acid5/70
Chromic Acid10/70
Chromic Acid25/70×
Chlorosulfonic Acid ×
Acid Pickling SolutionNitric Acid 20% + Hydrofluoric Acid 4%
Acid Pickling SolutionSulfuric Acid 40% + Nitric Acid 15%
Hypochlorous Acid 
Hydrocyanic Acid 
Hydrobromic Acid20/RT
Hydrobromic Acid20/70
Hydrobromic Acid37/RT
Nitric Acid10/RT
Nitric Acid10/70
Nitric Acid30/RT
Nitric Acid30/70
Nitric AcidSmoke Emission/RT×
Nitric Acid61.3/RT
Carbonic Acid 
Arsenic Acid 
Fluorosilicic Acid 
Hydrofluoric Acid10/RT
Hydrofluoric Acid20/RT
Hydrofluoric Acid40/RT
Fluoroboric Acid 
Boric Acid 
Anhydrous Hydrofluoric Acid 
Sulfuric Acid10/RT
Sulfuric Acid10/70
Sulfuric Acid30/RT
Sulfuric Acid30/70
Sulfuric Acid98/RT
Sulfuric AcidSmoke Emission/RT
Phosphoric Acid50/RT
Phosphoric Acid50/70
Phosphoric Acid75/RT
Inorganic
Alkalines
Ammonia (Anhydrous) 
Ammonia GasCold
Ammonia GasHot
Liquid Ammonia 
Caustic Soda (Sodium Hydroxide)10/RT
Caustic Soda (Sodium Hydroxide)30/RT
Caustic Soda (Sodium Hydroxide)30/70
Ammonium Hydroxide (Ammonium Water)28%
Potassium Hydroxide 
Calcium Hydroxide 
Barium Hydroxide 
Magnesium Hydroxide 
Hydrazine 
Organic
Solvents
Ethyl acrylate 
Butyl acrylate 
Acrylonitrile 
Acetylene 
Acetamide 
Acetaldehyde 
Ethyl Acetoacetate 
Acetophenone 
Acetone 
Aniline 
 Chemical NameConcentration Wt. % / Temperature °C 
Organic
Solvents
Anone = Cyclohexanone 
Amyl Alcohol 
Amyl Naphthalene 
Benzyl Benzoate 
Isooctane 
Isobutyl Alcohol 
Isopropyl Alcohol 
Isopropyl Ether 
Ether (Diethyl Ether) 
Ethanolamine 
Ethyl Alcohol (Ethanol) 
Ethyl Ether = Diethyl Ether 
Ethyl Cellulose 
Ethylbenzene 
Ethylene Oxide 
Ethylene Glycol 
Ethylene Chlorohydrin 
Ethylenediamine 
Epichlorohydrin 
Ethyl Chloride 
Benzine Chloride 
Methyl Chloride 
Chlorinated Solvent ×
Octyl Alcohol 
Oleic Acid 
Carbitol 
Formic Acid25/RT
Formic Acid50/RT
Formic Acid90/RT
Xylene 
Citric Acid 
Glycerin 
Cresol 
Chloroacetone 
Cholorotoluene 
Chloronaphthalene 
Chloroform ×
Silicate Ester 
Ethyl Silicate 
Acetic Acid10/RT
Acetic Acid50/RT
Acetic Acid50/70
Acetic Acid100/RT
Amyl Acetate 
Isopropyl Acetate 
Ethyl Acetate 
Cellosolve Acetate 
Butyl Acetate 
Propyl Acetate 
Methyl Acetate 
Salicylic Acid 
Diphenyl Oxide 
Diisopropyl Ketone 
Diethyl Ether 
Diethyl Sebacate 
Tetraethyllead 
Diethylene Glycol 
Carbon Tetrachloride ×
Dioxane 
Dioctyl Sebacate 
Dioctyl Phthalate 
Cyclohexanol 
Cyclohexanone (Anone) 
Cyclohexane 
Dichlorobenzene 
 Chemical NameConcentration Wt. % / Temperature °C 
Organic
Solvents
Diphenyl 
Dibutyl Ether 
Dibutyl Phthalate 
Fatty Acid 
Dimethyl Aniline 
Dimethylformamide 
Oxalic Acid 
Ethyl Oxalate 
Tartaric Acid 
Styrene 
Stearic Acid 
Butyl Stearate 
Cellosolve 
Carbonic Acid Gas (Liquid Carbon) 
Tannic Acid 
Tetrachloroethane 
Tetrahydrofuran 
Tetralin 
Triacetin 
Triethanolamine 
Tricresyl Phosphate 
Trichlorethylene 
Tributyl Phosphate 
Toluene (Triol) 
Naphthalene 
Naphthenic Acid 
Ethylene Dichloride 
Methylene Dichloride 
Ethylene Disulfide 
Nitroethane ×
Nitropropane ×
Nitrobenzene △×
Nitromethane ×
Lactic Acid 
Perchloroethylene 
Hydroquinone 
Palmitic Acid 
Picric Acid 
Pinene 
Piperidine 
Pyridine 
Phenylhydrazine 
Phenol (Carbolic Acid) 
Butyl Alcohol (Butanol) 
Butyl Cellosolve 
Furan, Furane 
Furfural ×
113 Freon 
114 Freon 
11 Freon 
12 Freon 
21 Freon 
22 Freon 
Propyl Alcohol 
Fluorobenzene 
Hexaldehyde 
Hexane 
Hexyl Alcohol 
Benzyl Alcohol 
Benzyl Ether 
Benzaldehyde 
Benzene (Benzol) 
Amyl Bromide 
Formaldehyde (Formalin)40/RT
Maleic Acid 
 Chemical NameConcentration Wt. % / Temperature °C 
Organic
Solvents
Anhydrous Acetic Acid 
Methyl Methacrylate 
Methyl Alcohol 
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone 
Methyl Ethyl Ketone 
Mercaptan (Thioalcohol) 
Monochloroacetic Acid ○△
Linolenic Acid 
Malic Acid 
Others
(Oils
/
Others)
Ammonium Nitrite 
Asphalt 
Aniline Dye 
Linseed Oil 
Sulfurous Acid Gas 
Sodium Sulfite 
Sulfur 
Liquefied Petroleum Gas 
Liquid Chlorine ×
Silver (II) Chloride 
Iron (II) Chloride 
Zinc Chloride 
Aluminum Chloride 
Ammonium Chloride 
Sulfur Chloride 
Potassium Chloride 
Calcium Chloride 
Tin (II) Chloride 
Copper (II) Chloride 
Thionyl Chloride ×
Nickel Chloride 
Barium Chloride 
Magnesium Chloride 
Chlorine Gas (Dry) 
Chlorine Gas (Wet) 
ASTM OilNo. 1
ASTM OilNo. 2
ASTM OilNo. 3
Ozone 
Olive Oil 
Hydrogen Peroxide5/RT
Hydrogen Peroxide5/50
Hydrogen Peroxide30/RT
Sodium Peroxide 
Gasoline 
Sodium Perborate 
Potassium Permanganate10/RT
Ammonium Persulfate 
Tung Oil 
Grease 
Creosote Oil 
Kerosene (Lamp Oil) 
Photographic Developer (Hypo) 
Mineral Oil 
Zinc Acetate 
Aluminum Acetate 
Calcium Acetate 
Lead Acetate 
Nickel Acetate 
Oxygen 
Calcium Hypochlorite [High Test Hypochlorite] 
Sodium Hypochlorite5/RT
Sodium Hypochlorite5/70
Copper Cyanide 
Sodium Cyanide 
Brine 
Part Number
1-7680-04
4-5633-03
Part NumberVolume DiscountDays to ShipCapacity Color Body Diameter
(φ mm)
Mouth Inner Diam.
(φ mm)
Bottle Height (Full height)
(mm)
Manufacturer Product Name JAN Code Material Heat Resistant Temperature
(°C)
One Gradation Footnotes Features Amount Of Content
11 Day(s) or more 500mLBrownφ77φ45158(161)Good Boy Brown 500 ml 110204-Main Body, Lid: PP (Polypropylene)9650mlCannot be autoclaved. Price is per unit.It is transparent like a glass bottle but is not easily broken. As it adopts a special gradation, the projection of the gradation line is not a problem even if a label is put on the scale. The ultraviolet transmittance of 400 nm or less is 0.3% or less. Shuts out liquid leakage with no gasket.1 pc.
11 Day(s) or more 500mLTransparencyφ77φ45158(161)Good Boy 500 ml 1101744562108485876Main Body, Lid: PP (Polypropylene)9850mlCannot be autoclaved. Price is per unit.It is transparent like a glass bottle but is not easily broken. As it adopts a special gradation, the projection of the gradation line is not a problem even if a label is put on the scale. Shuts out liquid leakage with no gasket.1 pc.

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