BrandTech Dispensette S Organic Bottletop Dispenser, Analog, Adjustable Volume, with Recirculation Valve, for Acids Bases and Organics
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This Dispensette S Organic bottletop dispenser allows for manual volume adjustment across 5 volume sets. There are models with volume dispensing options from 0.5-5 mL to 10 -100 mL. This bottletop dispenser will ship from one of our US warehouses same day or next day if in stock and comes with a 1 year warranty, often lasting up to 15 years with regular care and cleaning.
About the Dispensette S Organic
The Dispensette S Organic has a borosilicate glass piston that can be concentrated acids, some bases, and some organic solvents. The valve spring for the Dispensette S Organic is tantalum allowing it to be used with peroxides by limited its compatibility with bases. Some common applications where the Dispensette S Organic is required are with essential oils, perfume components, and more viscuous liquids. Materials in the Bottletop Dispenser that will come into contact with the media being dispensed include Borosilicate glass, Al2O3-ceramic, ETFE, FEP, PFA, PTFE, tanalum, and PP (screwcap).
- Bottletop dispenser
- DE-M marking
- Performance Certificate
- Recirculation Valve
- Valve Mounting/Calibration Tool
- Telescoping Filling Tube
- Nominal Volume of 1, 2, 5, 10 mL: 125-240 mm
- Nominal Volume of 25, 50, 100 mL: 170-330 mm
- Polypropylene Adapters
- Nominal Volume of 1, 2, 5, 10 mL: GL 24-25, GL 28/S 28, GL 32-33, GL 38, S 40
- Nominal Volume of 25, 50, 100 mL: GL 32-33, GL 38, S 40
About the Manufacturer
BrandTech has been manufacturing premium bottletop dispensers for over 50 years and is a leader in the industry. They manufacture several lines of dispensers including the Seripettor, Seripettor Pro, Dispensette S, Dispensette S Organic, and Dispensette S Trace Analysis. The brand is well known in the industry for its wide range of chemical compatibility, dependability, and durability.
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