PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) trays are laboratory instruments used for a wide range of applications, including chemical reactions, sample preparation, and storage. They are made of high-quality PTFE material, which is highly resistant to chemicals and can withstand high temperatures and pressures.
PTFE trays are available in various sizes and configurations, depending on the specific application and the volume of the samples being handled. They are typically designed as shallow containers with a flat bottom and low walls, allowing easy access to the contents and facilitating efficient mixing and stirring.
In addition to their chemical resistance and thermal stability, PTFE trays also have non-stick properties, which make them ideal for handling sticky or viscous substances that may adhere to other surfaces.
PTFE trays are available and can be customized to specific requirements, such as the size and shape of the tray, the thickness of the material, and the compatibility with specific solvents or chemicals.
When using a PTFE tray, it is important to follow appropriate safety procedures, such as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment and avoiding contact with sharp or abrasive materials that can damage the tray. It is also important to properly clean and maintain the tray to prevent contamination and ensure accurate results.