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Thermogreen® LB-2 Septa, solid discs

diam. 12.5 mm ( 1/2 in.), pkg of 50 ea

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12.5 mm ( 1/2 in.)


for use with Finnigan 9000, 9500
for use with Tracor 220, 222

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for use with Finnigan 9000, 9500, for use with Tracor 220, 222


for use with Varian CP-1177


for use with Agilent/HP On-Column capillary port


for use with Agilent/HP 5700 series, 5880, for use with Varian packed column injectors


12.5 mm ( 1/2 in.)


9 mm ( 11/32 in.)


5 mm ( 3/16 in.)


10 mm ( 13/32)

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General description

An improved version over the original Thermogreen LB-1 septa.
  • Extremely low bleed over a wide range of inlet temperatures (100 °C to 350 °C)
  • Already conditioned, ready to use
  • Easier needle penetration and high puncture tolerance (ideal for autosamplers)
  • Rubber formulation exclusive to Supelco


Thermogreen® LB-2 Septa is suitable for the following applications:
  • To minimize extraction onto or loss of analytes off the solid phase microextraction (SPME) fiber from the vial during analysis by GC-MS.
  • Thermo-resistant septa is used in GC instrument to avoid carrier gas leaks, extraneous peaks and phthalate contamination.
  • Thermo-resistant septa along with thick needle protector is used in GC instruments to avoid damage irreversibly caused by microsyringe.
  • It is also used in the influent sampling ports in gas chromatographs.

Legal Information

Thermogreen is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

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