PFA tanks are laboratory supplies designed for storing and handling highly corrosive or reactive chemicals in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and semiconductor industries. PFA stands for perfluoroalkoxy, which is a type of fluoropolymer that is highly resistant to chemicals, heat, and mechanical stress.
PFA tanks have several advantages over other types of tanks used for storing and handling chemicals. Firstly, they are highly inert, which minimizes the risk of contamination or leaching of the chemical. Secondly, they are highly resistant to high temperatures and pressure, which makes them ideal for use in high-temperature applications such as etching and cleaning of semiconductor wafers. Lastly, PFA tanks are transparent, which allows the user to visually inspect the chemical inside the tank.
PFA tanks are available in various sizes and shapes, including cylindrical tanks, rectangular tanks, and custom-made tanks. They are commonly used in the semiconductor industry for the storage and handling of etching solutions, cleaning agents, and other corrosive chemicals. PFA tanks are also used in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries for the storage and handling of acids, bases, and other corrosive or reactive chemicals.
2.Ultra-pure PFA material, non- leachable, ensure the ultra low trace elements
3.non-stick, easy to clean
4.Heat resistant and usable to cryogenic temperatures
5.Ideal for storing digestion samples
6.with a large mouth for easy access
7.screw lid for leakproof