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High-pressure laboratory autoclaves model II Special accessories for assembly/option

From  Carl ROTH


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Art. No. 331067

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OVERVIEWHigh-pressure laboratory autoclaves from ROTH

Model 0 Model I Model II Model IV
Max. working volume (ml) 50 100 200 300 250 500
Max. working pressure (bar) 100 100 100 100 200 100
Heating mantle none 10 S 20 S 30 S 30 S 50 S
Sampling possible no no yes yes
Stirrer connection possible no no yes yes
Temp. measurement in autoclave possible no no yes yes

Attention

Due to the shape of the screw thread, cold setting of cylinder and head is possible when screwing these on. This usually leads to them sticking when opening and the thread breaking as a result.The conducted reaction necessitates coating the thread with a release agent such as PTFE spray (Art. No. K007.1).Warning: Do not use PTFE screw thread tape!


Advice for working with silver gaskets

When working with silver gaskets, it is essential to tighten the screw threads very tightly to achieve the necessary seat. We therefore recommend annealing the silver gaskets at +850 °C before use - the gaskets remain softer and more pliable, even when cool, and seal more efficiently.