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Whatman® high-purity glass microfiber extraction thimbles

silica thimbles, tapered, 25 x 90 mm, 10/pk

Synonym: Z742074, extraction thimbles, glass fiber filters

  •  NACRES NB.24



Related Categories Labware, Manufacturer Browser, Physical Properties Testing, Whatman, Whatman Extraction Thimbles,
material   quartz
packaging   pack of 10
mfr. no.   Whatman Article No., 28419019 (US reference)
  Whatman, 2812-259
O.D. × H   25 mm × 90 mm


General description

Whatman® High-Purity Glass Microfiber Extraction Thimbles

High-purity glass microfiber thimbles are available for specialized applications. The thimbles are completely free of binders or additives and can be used at temperatures up to 500°C or when using solvents incompatible with cellulose thimbles. These thimbles are also used in pollution monitoring techniques (0.8 μm nominal particle retention). Typical thickness 1.7 mm.

Features and benefits:
• Available in a range of sizes and wall thicknesses to suit your application
• Designed to fit most commercially available Soxhlet extractors
• No binders are added

• Smoke stack gas monitoring
• Soxhlet extraction
• Analyzing pesticide residues
• Determining oil/fat content of foods (e.g. French fries)
• Analysis of oil and grease in solid wastes

Other Notes

Field of Use : For internal research use only. Products are not intended for diagnostic use or resale.

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