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16 What does stainless in stainless steel mean?

According to Wikepedia, stainless steel does not corrode, rust or stain like other carbon steel does due to the chromium added to the steel. Wikedpedia article about stainless steel © Copyright MicroSolv…

17 What is the maximum pressure tolerance for 0.020” ID SS Tubing?

The pressure tolerance for this tubing is 15,800 psi. Please refer to our maximum pressure tolerance chart for full listings of our tubing products. Tubing Product Page © Copyright MicroSolv Technology…

18 What is the pH range of 316 stainless steel laboratory tubing and fittings?

The useful pH range of 316 stainless steel tubing and fittings is 1 - 14. More information about stainless steel tubing © Copyright MicroSolv Technology Corporation, all rights reserved.

19 What is the pH range of PEEK laboratory tubing and fittings?

According the some manufacturers of PEEK, the useful pH range of PEEK tubing and fittings for HPLC is 2 - 14 for use with HPLC solvents and buffers. However, I would be very careful with pH 0 to 6 for…

20 What is the useful temperature range of 316 stainless steel laboratory products?

The useful temperature range of stainless steel (SS) related products such as tubing and HPLC fittings is up to 240°C. © Copyright MicroSolv Technology Corporation, all rights reserved.

21 What is the useful temperature range of PEEK laboratory products?

The useful temperature range of PEEK related products for chromatography is up to 100 °C (tubing); up to 125 °C (fittings). PEEK is sometimes rated to 250°C but... It will not be as stable (lower burst…

22 Why is it not recommended to use FEP tubing above 80°C when the melting point is much higher?

FEP has a melting point of 260°C and a general recommended maximum operating temperature during usage of around 200°C. If pressure is applied in the tubing, however, the maximum temperature should be…

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