Cole Parmer Masterflex™ Peroxide-Cured Silicone L/S™ Precision Pump Tubing

Ensure optimal performance from your Masterflex™ pump with this silicone pump tubing. Masterflex™ Peroxide-Cured Silicone L/S™ Precision Pump Tubing provides accurate, repeatable flow. Ideal for pharmaceutical and biotechnology, peristaltic pumping and food applications.

Overview
Brand: Cole Parmer

Manufacturer Part Number: 96400 25

7,5M TUBING SILICONE PEROXYDE S25

UNSPSC: 41105100

Code: XX

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 0.50000kg



Product Code. 11835181

Quantity Price
1 £ 106.94 / Each
Estimated Shipment
16-12-2016
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Description and Specification

Specification

Type Pump Tubing
Tubing Size 25
Flow Rate 1.7 to 1000mL/min.
Pressure 35psi
Gas Permeability CO2: 25,147, O2: 4715, N2: 2284
Sterile Yes
Color Translucent
Hose Barb 0.18 in.
Temperature Range (Metric) -50 to 230°C
Autoclavable Yes
For Use With (Application) Pharmaceutical, biotechnology, peristaltic pumping and food application
Height (Metric) Suction 8.8m Water
Viscosity Recommended
Diameter (Metric) Inside 4.8mm
Organic Solvents Not recommended
Alkalies Not recommended
Acids Not recommended
Length (Metric) 7.6m
Material Silicone

  • Manufactured to extremely close tolerances that match L/S™ pump heads, ensuring accurate, repeatable flow and long tubing life
  • Pump tubing is factory-tested and optically inspected to provide the best performance from your peristaltic pump
  • Greater physical compression capability
  • Economical, longer tubing life
  • Excellent heat resistance, low compression set, odorless, nontoxic.
  • Odorless and nontoxic; no taste imparted to transported fluids
  • Resists fungus growth, weather, ozone, corona, radiation
  • Excellent compression strength (L/S 15 and L/S 24 have greatest compression strength)
  • Soft, translucent material
  • Potential outgassing of peroxide products
  • Temperature Range: -58° to 446°F (-50° to 230°C)

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