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Sigma-Aldrich Lecture-Bottle Stations

Safe and Simple Systems for Dispensing Lecture-Bottle Gases
Sigma-Aldrich Lecture-Bottle Stations image

Dispensing lecture-bottle gases has never been safer or simpler using these portable lecture-bottle stations.  The premium quality components housed within a station are matched to the application, fully assembled, leak-tested, and ready for use.  Just connect the station to the lecture-bottle, process with a source of inert gas if using a station with a purge valve and you are ready to go.

 

 

 

Non-Corrosive Lecture-Bottle Station

For Inert and non-corrosive gas applications

Z562599-1EA

 

High-Purity Lecture-Bottle Station

For non-corrosive, high-purity gas applications

Z562602-1EA

Lecture-Bottle Station with T-Purge Valve

For mildly-corrosive and high-purity gas applications

Z562610-1EA

Purge valve sits between the lecture-bottle and regulator to purge system with inert gas to remove air, moisture, and process gas to maintain high-purity conditions and to minimize gas hydrolysis and corrosion damage to equipment.  Purge system with dry, inert gas before introducing mildly corrosive gases and again immediately after use.

Image of Corrosive Lecture-Bottle Station with Cross-Purge Valve
Corrosive Lecture-Bottle Station with Cross-Purge Valve

For strong, acid-forming gas applications

Z562629-1EA

For use with hydrogen chloride, hydrogen, bromide, hydrogen fluoride, and silicon tetrafluoride.  Cross-purge valve sits between the lecture-bottle and regulator to prevent escape of toxic and flammable gases when changing cylinders and permits purging system with inert gas to remove air, moisture, and process gas to minimize gas hydrolysis and corrosion damage to equipment.  Purge system with dry, inert gas before introducing corrosive gases and again immediately after use.

Lecture-Bottle Service Station

Z562637-1EA

This station provides storage capacity for three additional lecture-bottles, tools, and supplies for use with Sigma-Aldrich Lecture-Bottle Stations.  Table top or wall-mountable.  Hinged cover over storage space keeps supplies clean and secure.


 

CGA adapters

Allows for adapting the fittings on the lecture-bottle stations to all other cylinder fittings.

  CGA NPTM (in.) Prod No.
  350 ¼ Z564494
  660 ¼ Z564508
  330 ¼ Z564486
  170 ¼ Z564478
 
 

4-way Wrench

 

Z564516

 

One wrench to fit both CGA and NPTM fittings.

4-way Wrench image


Lecture-Bottle Station Selection Guide
Gas Gas Catalog No. Lecture-Bottle Station Catalog No.
Air 294977 Z562599
Allene 294985 Z562610
Ammonia 294993 Z562610
Argon 295000 Z562599
Boron trichloride 295019 Z562629
Boron trifluoride 295027 Z562629
Bromomethane 295485 Z562599
Butane 494402 Z562599
Carbon Dioxide 295108 Z562599
Carbon Monoxide 295116 Z562599
Carbon tetrafluoride 295736 Z562599
Carbonyl sulfide 295124 Z562610
Chlorine 295132 Z562629
1,1-Difluoroethylene 295272 Z562599
Ethane, 99% 295302 Z562599
Ethane, 99.99% 539775 Z562599
Ethylene, 99.5% 295329 Z562599
Ethylene, 99.99% 536164 Z562599
Ethylene oxide 387614 Z562610
Helium 295345 Z562599
Hexafluoroethane 295361 Z562599
Hydrogen 295396 Z562599
Hydrogen bromide 295418 Z562629
Hydrogen chloride 295426 Z562629
Hydrogen sulfide 295442 Z562610
Methane 295477 Z562599
Methanethiol 295515 Z562610
Methylamine 295531 Z562610
2-Methylpropane 539821 Z562599
Nitric Oxide 295566 Z562610
Nitrogen 295574 Z562599
Nitrogen Dioxide 295582 Z562610
Nitrous Oxide 295590 Z562599
Oxygen 295604 Z562599
Sulfur Dioxide 295698 Z562610
Sulfur hexafluoride 295701 Z562599
Trifluoromethane 295337 Z562599
Vinyl chloride 387622 Z562610