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Tubing, Glass

Definition : Tubing made of glass. Glass tubing typically consists of small-diameter, hollow, rigid cylinders designed for the transfer of fluids, either liquids or gases. This tubing is usually available in standardized lengths and in a variety of diameters and wall thicknesses (i.e., gauges) that permit the use of segments of different sizes using appropriate tools; glass tubing is used mainly in clinical laboratories. A glass tube with a closed bottom is frequently used as a container. Dedicated tubing with special characteristics (e.g., high-temperature, standard walls, low-expansion) is available; borosilicate tubing with high resistance to chemicals is also available.

Entry Terms : "Glass Tubing" , "Tubing, Nonconductive"

UMDC code : 24502

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Cole-Parmer Instrument Co

Company Type: Parent

Cole-Parmer has been a leading global source of laboratory and industrial fluid handling products, instrumentation, equipment, and supplies. We are proven experts in the fields of temperature measurement and control, electrochemistry, and fluid handling. Our products are sold throughout the world through company-owned customer channel outlets and a strong network of international dealers.

Friedrich & Dimmock Inc

Company Type: Parent

Our engineers have the expertise and state-of-the-art equipment to meet your most demanding glass component needs. Our innovative and specialized CNC fabrication techniques will render precision components to satisfy the highest of quality standards.

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