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Heathrow Scientific HD15906 Hayman-Type Spatula with Flat End and Spoon End, 6-1/4

Heathrow Scientific HD15906 Hayman-Type Spatula with Flat End and Spoon End, 6-1/4" Overall Length

Heathrow Scientific HD15906 Hayman-Type Spatula with Flat End and Spoon End, 6-1/4
$ 9.59

Score By Feature

Based on 201 ratings
Softness
8.48
For traveling
7.98
Value for money
7.89

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Product Description

Developed specifically for handling powders and grains and for handling powders and grains, Hayman-style spatula with a flat end and a spoon end
It is made of nickel-plated stainless steel wire with a glazed finish to resist corrosion
The autoclave can be used to sterilize it
There are two ends, a flat end of 1-1/4" long and a spoon end of 1/2" by
Six and one-half inches is the length overall

Questions & Answers

Stirring powders and liquids together with this device is it okay?

The answer is yes, it is There's no need to worry about being

What is the width of a size 4 capsule compared to the spatula side?

Neither end of a #3 capsule is too long

Can you tell me if this product has measurements Would you be able to recommend a generic product for filling a gel capsule with a powder and for that the dosage ?

I do not believe it does. My use of it is to add powder to gel caps, but I use a scale to make sure it is 2 0mg of a 1mg dose is what I have to split. It is taken in doses of 5mg. As well as the scale, I would recommend getting one.

What if I wanted to fill pills with this?

You are right! Filling capsules with it works great. Flat ends have a slight bend in them that allow them to work as scoops and allow the material to flow into the capsule in a straight line.

Selected User Reviews For Heathrow Scientific HD15906 Hayman-Type Spatula with Flat End and Spoon End, 6-1/4" Overall Length

It's all right
3/5

OO is the size I was looking for in order to put herbs into gel capsules. There is nothing particularly special about this. It will get the job done, but will be slow to do. It's narrow on both ends and does not hold much at the corners. The straw ended up working better for me when I cut the end off. In the beginning I used a large paper plate and bent it in the middle and poured the herbs into it. Now I am using a small paper plate and bending it in the middle and filling them with herbs. I did not expect it to be that fast. There is no need to return it to you.

Julie Bartlett
Julie Bartlett
| Apr 05, 2021
Tool for analyzing laboratory data
5/5

As a result of its design, this product is used to transform minuscule amounts of solids/powder from a source container to an analytical balance's weigh dish. As little material as possible is picked up with this weigh scale, intended to weigh particles as small as a thousandth or hundredth of a gram. It is designed so you pick up a tiny bit of powder at a time, so you can measure exactly to the desired weight, by adding just a little at a time, in small increments, until you reach the amount you need. A spoon is designed to contain a tiny little amount of liquid, but only a tiny little amount stays inside. It's important to find something that will scoop up more material if you need such a thing.

Aurelia Wilkerson
Aurelia Wilkerson
| Aug 05, 2020
It wouldn't be considered a "spoon" if the one end was only one end
3/5

As soon as my veterinarian accidentally gave me a prescription double the strength my dog needs, I bought this so I could split the pill contents and store them in new capsules. A great thing about the utensil is that it is long and durable. It is very easy to use the spatula as well. However, the spoon end is the problem. I hate it. It appears that Amazon's picture of it makes it look like a spoon that holds picking things up with it is about as useful as picking things up with the spatula end. Although I knew it was small, it is extremely shallow to the point where it most barely curves I did find it easier to pack pills with it, but in the end, it didn't really make a difference if I used the spoon or the spatula to pick up the contents Basically, it worked the same as before. is only $5 so I will keep it, but it does not really impress me.

Forest BEVAN
Forest BEVAN
| May 22, 2021
okay, for the price and for the use it will be put to
3/5

However, a knife will do the job much Since I don't know what to expect from this type of tool, there is a possibility they are all similar. I would not recommend it for this purpose because it is a bit thick. It was bought to separate and gather powdered pet medicine for my dog (I decreased the amount of medicine in each capsule, so I opened each one and collected it. The powder should be separated into sections). While a sharp knife is thinner and seems to work better, this tool is helpful for pushing powder onto a knife, although I can easily gather a bit of powder with it. However, since it is thin and hard to gather small amounts of powder, I tend to pass on In addition to being easy to handle, fitting well in the hand,, and being a good length, it offers good strength. am not regretting the purchase, especially since it was such a good deal. This is excellent value for the reasonable price. My only wish is that it was In any case, this may be the typical thickness. A flat end of the bar sits to one side of a curved end.

Kellan HEWITT
Kellan HEWITT
| Dec 06, 2020
My dog's medicine fits perfectly into the gelatin capsules with this tool
5/5

This spatula and a digital scale are what I use to load gelatin capsules with theanine for our dog to help with anxiety. Buying premade pills is too expensive. I will likely use it for loads we give to our dog in the future. There had been other methods of loading them, but this seemed the best so far and it wasn't too expensive either.

Daxton Flynn
Daxton Flynn
| Apr 20, 2021
It will be perfect for what I need
5/5

After arriving, the first thing that caught my eye was the fact that the "spoon end" was hardly The surface is almost flat, with an itty-bitty hole It has a tiny bit of concavity. In the end, I found that the reason I bought this item was to work with powders with 1/100 gram precision, so anything larger would be counterproductive. Long story short, I am pleased with my purchase. The product is well designed and built (i. e. For its size, it is not as flimsy as you might expect) and is easy to work with due to its length. I was disappointed to discover it was made in China It seems that everything is going well, but I said so just now It was built. As time goes on, we'll find out.

Kallie Patterson
Kallie Patterson
| Jul 12, 2021
Although it's a bit pricey, the product will last for a lifetime
5/5

While it's a little pricey for only one spatula, it appears to be well made and works well. It is perfect for mixing very tiny amounts of bird handfeeding formula, which is prepared for baby finches or canaries when the need arises. The narrow spoon is perfect for holding tiny drops of formula, which I feed to the baby birds. Little birds about the size of a shelled peanut fits into this box, and this works great.

Ameer Macias
Ameer Macias
| Jul 19, 2020
Exactly what I hoped would happen
5/5

Putting together capsules for my elderly cat is on my to-do list. The process of making capsules involves the use of this tool. The edges of one end are nice and flat and there is a small scoop at the other end. Having trouble keeping my hands steady is not my strong suit.

Lorelai Williamson
Lorelai Williamson
| Aug 26, 2020

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