PFA graduated cylinder without heavy metal precipitation, used in the semiconductor industry (Shopping - Wholesale)

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PFA graduated cylinder without heavy metal precipitation, used in the semiconductor industry


1. Product introduction
PFA, also known as soluble polytetrafluoroethylene and Teflon, can be used for trace analysis, isotope detection, ICP-MS/OES/AAS analysis and other experiments.
Capacity (ml):5/10/25/30/50/100/200/250/500/1000/2000
2. Product characteristics
1. Strong corrosion resistance: PFA material has excellent acid and alkali resistance and can be used for measuring various chemical liquids without being corroded.
2. High transparency: The transparency of PFA material is relatively high, and the volume of the liquid can be clearly observed.
3. High accuracy: PFA measuring cylinder has precise graduation lines, which can provide accurate liquid volume measurement results.
4. Good heat resistance: PFA material can withstand high temperatures, so it is suitable for some experiments that need to be conducted under high temperature conditions.
5. Insulation resistance: dielectric properties have nothing to do with temperature and frequency;
6. Anti-pollution: low metal element value;
7. It has low dissolution and precipitation characteristics and is a container for storing standard substances and different reagents;
3. PFA series products:
Sample bottles, washing bottles, volumetric flasks, measuring cups, beakers, digestion tubes, sample dissolving tanks, micro columns, crucibles, valves, joints, delivery pipes, etc.
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