Balloons can have either a flat bottom or a round bottom.
The former ensures greater stability of the object, especially if it is placed on the worktop.
The round bottom is chosen when substances are mixed inside the flask that must not settle in the edges and to promote better mixing.
In this case, a magnetic anchor is placed inside the container to agitate the liquid contained in the flask.
Connections to other equipment
There are applications and equipment that require complex systems to be set up for taking and collecting substances. This is why it is important to have a facility that can customise connections between equipment.
NS standardised conical couplings and ball joints can be welded to the container to create customised products suitable for many applications.
The choice of joints between the different components of a system is determined by the characteristics of the substances being processed.
Gases require sealing joints that do not allow the slightest leakage to pass through.