PT 234 R0 - Focusing screen

PT 234 R0 - Focusing screen

The focusing screen supplies diffused light iluminating vials for chromatography with chromatograms from behind. It allows to observe the advancement of the face of the mobile phase on chromatograms very easy even from a longer distance.

Brief Description of the Device, Basic Specifications

Main components of the device:

  • Plastic bed plate providing the positioning of vials for chromatography holding chromatograms in front of the screen
  • Stainless steel housing containing the luminary with a service cabel
  • Glass front screen – a source of diffused light

Related devices:

(are not a part of this device)

Vials for chromatography PT303R0, PT304R0, Pads for chromatography PT298R0 10 mm Pb PT173R3 slanted stand, all parts except the base with the lid are interchangeable.

Main dimensions:

  • height: 113 mm
  • width 360 mm
  • depth 200 m
  • bed plate dim. 106 x 360 mm
  • screen dim. 87 x 330 mm

weight:

  • 9.6 kg

Accessories Supplied with the Device

  • None

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