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2620-ADAPTERS, AIR LEAK TUBE/GAS INLET TUBE

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2620-ADAPTERS, AIR LEAK TUBE/GAS INLET TUBE

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  • These tubes are known for their accurate dimensions
  • Compact Size, light weight and easy maintenance
  • Ensure their quality and durability
  • We test these tubes on various well-defined parameters
PART No. NS MALE SIZE Pack(Qty)
2620-14M 14/23 10
2620-19M 19/26 10
2620-24M 24/29 10
2620-29M 29/32 10

 

Here are some common uses for adapters with air leak tubes or gas inlet tubes in a laboratory setting:

  1. Chemical Reactions: Gas inlet tubes are frequently used to introduce gases into reaction vessels under controlled conditions. This is common in reactions where specific atmospheres, such as inert or reactive gases, are required.
  2. Inert Gas Purging: Adapters with gas inlet tubes are used to purge reaction vessels or systems with inert gases (e.g., nitrogen or argon). Purging helps create an oxygen-free or moisture-free environment for air-sensitive reactions.
  3. Gas Flow Control: The tubes allow precise control over the flow of gases into a system. This is particularly important in reactions where the rate of gas introduction can impact reaction kinetics or product formation.
  4. Air-Free Environment: In experiments sensitive to oxygen or moisture, air leak tubes are used to maintain an air-free or moisture-free environment within a reaction vessel, preventing unwanted reactions.
  5. Hydrogenation Reactions: Gas inlet tubes are commonly employed in hydrogenation reactions where hydrogen gas is introduced into the reaction mixture. The controlled addition of hydrogen is crucial for safety and reaction control.
  6. Catalyst Activation: In reactions involving catalysts, the introduction of gases through gas inlet tubes can be used to activate or maintain the activity of the catalyst under specific conditions.
  7. Gas Blanketing: Adapters with air leak tubes are used to create a blanket of gas (e.g., nitrogen) over a liquid or sample, providing a protective atmosphere and preventing reactions with atmospheric gases.
  8. Gas Collection: In setups where gases are generated and need to be collected, gas inlet tubes facilitate the directed collection of gases into suitable containers.
  9. Laboratory Scale-Up: Gas inlet tubes are used in laboratory-scale processes where larger quantities of gases need to be introduced into reaction vessels or systems.
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