PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) reaction flasks are commonly used in laboratory applications where chemical resistance and high-temperature resistance are required. PTFE is a thermoplastic polymer that is highly resistant to a wide range of chemicals, including acids, bases, and organic solvents, and can withstand high temperatures up to 260°C.
PTFE reaction flasks are used for various types of reactions, including organic synthesis, peptide synthesis, and polymerization. They come in different shapes and sizes, including round bottom, flat bottom, and conical flasks.
One of the benefits of using PTFE reaction flasks is their excellent chemical resistance, which allows them to be used with a wide range of chemicals without fear of degradation or contamination. They are also highly resistant to thermal shock, making them suitable for reactions that involve rapid temperature changes.
PTFE reaction flasks are also known for their non-stick properties, which makes them easy to clean and reuse. Their low coefficient of friction also allows for easy stirring and mixing of reaction components.
1. break resistant
2. inert to virtyally all chemicals
3. excellent for long term storage
4. no leachable metals
5. excellent temperature stability
6.non-stick, easy to clean
7.flat bottom or round bottom
8.Custom-made necks and capacity