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Whatman® high-purity glass microfiber extraction thimbles

glass thimbles, HP, 30 x 100 mm, 25/pk

Synonym: Z271144, extraction thimbles, glass fiber filters

  •  NACRES NB.43



Related Categories Labware, Manufacturer Browser, Physical Properties Testing, Whatman, Whatman Extraction Thimbles,
material   borosilicate glass
packaging   pack of 25
mfr. no.   Whatman Article No., 28419027 (US reference)
  Whatman, 2814-300
I.D. × H   30 mm × 100 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


Use with Soxhlet extraction units

Other Notes

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

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