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Provides vapour and fire protection and safeguards against accidental spills
Hands-free solvent collection suitable for either pump-fed or gravity-flow HPLC methods
Translucent polyethylene container allows quick visual inspection of liquid level
Two disconnect fittings eliminate back pressure in liquid flow disposal line and provide controlled handling of vapour
Pouring spout equipped with stainless steel flame arrester to prevent flashback ignition
Easy-on, easy-off quick-disconnect mechanism prevents leaks, drips or vapour release
Automatically sealed after disconnecting and FM-approved; meets OSHA, NFPA and EPA requirements
Quick-disconnect fittings and coalescing carbon filters keep laboratory and personnel safe with a compliant, environmentally-friendly solution to waste collection.
Hands-free solvent collection: The solvent flows freely from your process into the container through tubing making it suitable for either pump-fed or gravity-flow HPLC waste methods. Two disconnect fittings, one intake, and one vent eliminate back pressure in the liquid flow disposal line and provide controlled handling of vapour.
Durability and safety: Translucent polyethylene container allows quick visual inspection of liquid level. The pouring spout is equipped with a stainless steel flame arrester, which reliably dissipates heat to prevent flashback ignition. The spring-loaded sealed lid automatically vents to guard against explosion. Control odors with a coalescing/carbon filter.
Easy-on, easy-off mechanism offers detachment of the can from the process without leaks, drips, or vapour release. Once disconnected, the container is automatically sealed to prevent spills.
The pouring spout is equipped with a stainless steel flame arrester to prevent flashback ignition in the event of a fire. The latch system stays open for a continuous flow of the chemical waste, allowing easy disposal.
Quick visual inspection of liquid level
The translucent polyethylene material allows quick visual inspection of liquid level inside the can at all times.
Quick-disconnect fittings provide controlled handling of hazardous waste
Two disconnect fittings, one intake and one vent, eliminate back pressure in liquid flow disposal line and provide controlled handling of vapours generated in the HPLC process. Once a fitting is disconnected, the container is automatically sealed, preventing any possible spills.
Spill basin keeps work area clean
The durable, polyethylene spill basin keeps work areas clean around the HPLC cans and captures any leakage from HPLC inflow tubes as secondary containment.
Laboratories use chemicals to determine compounds present in human bodily fluids and tissues.
Scientists tests for pollutants in three categories: atmospheric, water, and soil.
Food & Beverage
Measuring sugar and vitamin levels, or detecting toxic substances. Scientists use HPLC to enforce food and beverage safety laws.
Does the HPLC waste disposal can need to be grounded?
Yes, during disposal. Grounding is not necessary during use.
Is the coalescing carbon filter always required when using the HPLC waste disposal can?
The carbon filter gathers all hazardous vapors generated in the HPLC process, that go inside the can. It is not always required, as long as a fume hood that can gather these volatile organic compounds is in use.