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PEEKsil Tubing

L × O.D. × I.D. 10 cm × 1/32 in. × 50 μm (.002 in.), natural, pkg of 2 ea

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Related Categories 10 cm, Analytical/Chromatography, HPLC, HPLC Accessories, PEEK Tubing, PEEKsil Tubing, PTFE Tubing,
packaging   pkg of 2 ea
L × O.D. × I.D.   10 cm × 1/32 in. × 50 μm (.002 in.)
color   natural

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General description

PEEKsil is fused silica tubing sheathed in PEEK polymer, with an effective outer diameter. The PEEK sheating is mechanically strong and has ideal characteristics for sealing with metal or polymer fittings. The fused silica core provides a consistent and rigid fluid pathway with very tight tolerances and industry-accepted chemical properties. Like traditional fused silica tubing, PEEKsil has excellent chemical compatibility and extremely low absorption characteristics, especiall when compared to stainless steel.

Please note: Do not cut this tubing. It should be used as its precut lengths because of permanent damage caused by conventional cutters.

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PEEKSil is a trademark of SGE Analytical Science Pty Ltd.

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