BrandTech Dispensette S Trace Analysis Bottletop Dispenser, Analog, 1 - 10 mL Adjustable Volume, for HF Acids
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This Dispensette S Trace Analysis bottletop dispenser with Platinum-Iridium spring allows for manual volume adjustment of 1 - 10 mL Volume and is ideal for dispensing Hydrofluoric Acid (HF). 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 Trace Analysis
For dispensing of high purity acids and solvents, or hydrofluoric acid, choose the Dispensette® S Trace Analysis. The platinum-iridium model is suitable for dispensing Hydrofluoric acid (HF), while the tantalum model is suitable for dispensing Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). Additionally, the Dispensette® S Trace Analysis can be used to dispense Bromine since the ball valve, composed of Al2O3 sapphire, is denser than the ball valves in the Dispensette® S or Dispensette® S Organic. The Bottletop Dispenser cannot be used with liquids attacking Al2O3 sapphire or fluoroplastics like ETFE, FEP, PFA, and PTFE.
- Bottletop Dispenser
- Bottletop dispenser
- DE-M marking
- Performance Certificate
- 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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