PT 298 R0 - Pad for chromatography

PT 298 R0 - Pad for chromatography

The purpose of the device is to provide a save and simple method of spotting of analysed specimen onto the chromatogram. The design of the pad provides a reasonable fixing of the chromtogram (first type the dimension 15 x 75-80 mm, the second type typ 25 x 75-80 mm) in a position where the „start“ overhang the edge of the pad of about 10 – 12 mm. No contact occours between the liquid ond vicinage while spotting the specimen.

The device enables to displace the chromatogram without touching it by fingers into the vial for chromatography containing the developing agent.

Brief Description of the Device, Basic Specifications

Main components of the device:

Lower part – body and a lid conected to the body by means of four screws. Related devices: ( Are not a part of this device)

  • Vial PT 303 R0, Focusing screen PT 234 R0, Vial PT 304 R0

Main dimensions:

  • Height: 9 mm
  • Width: 40 mm
  • Length: 45 mm
  • Slot: 25x1,5 or 15x1,5

Accessories Supplied with the Device

  • None

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