PFA (perfluoroalkoxy) reagent bottles are laboratory bottles made of a type of polymer that is highly resistant to chemical and thermal stress. They are commonly used for storing and dispensing various reagents, chemicals, and solvents in laboratory applications.
PFA reagent bottles have several advantages over traditional glass or plastic bottles. They are highly resistant to chemicals, including strong acids and bases, and can withstand high temperatures up to 260°C (500°F). This makes them suitable for use with a wide range of chemicals and in high-temperature applications such as autoclaving.
PFA reagent bottles are also translucent, which allows for easy identification of contents and helps to prevent contamination by minimizing the need to open the bottle. They are available in a variety of sizes and shapes to suit different applications, and often come with screw caps or other closures to prevent spills and evaporation.
In addition to their chemical and thermal resistance, PFA reagent bottles are also highly durable and resistant to physical damage such as cracking or chipping. This makes them a reliable choice for long-term storage and transport of chemicals in laboratory and industrial settings.
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