Digestion tanks are specialized laboratory vessels used for sample digestion in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and environmental industries. They are designed to withstand high temperatures, pressures, and corrosive chemicals used during the digestion process. Digestion tanks can be made from various materials, including PTFE, PFA, quartz, and borosilicate glass.
Digestion tanks are available in various sizes and configurations, depending on the application and the sample volume. They can range in size from small-scale digestions of a few milliliters to large-scale digestions of several liters. Some digestion tanks are equipped with temperature and pressure monitoring systems to ensure that the digestion process occurs under controlled conditions.
The digestion process using digestion tanks typically involves adding the sample and the digestion reagents to the tank, then heating the tank to digest the sample. The resulting digested sample can then be analyzed using various analytical techniques, such as atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS), inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS), or gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS).
1.Ultra-pure TFM/PTFE material, non- leachable, ensure the ultra low trace elements
2.non-stick, easy to clean
4.various sizes can be selected
5.can add marks on the tank and vessel